Friday, October 7, 2011

Getting Dressed: Week 2


This week's outfit was submitted by Lauren of The Little Things We Do.

No, I don't have to pee.  I'm just terrible at posing.



Here's the outfit Lauren submitted:

button up shirt w/ sleeves rolled up (don't button it too high!):

flower cardigan unbuttoned:

chunky necklace would be cute with this...like the one I showed you above or your yellow scarf:

skinny jeans:

blue converse:

hair:
side braid
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Okay, so for those of you who read through that carefully, you'll realize I didn't exactly follow what Lauren suggested.  Partly that was on accident (I thought she said my regular jeans, so I wore those instead of my skinny jeans) and partly that was because it was hot outside when I wore this on Wednesday and I didn't feel like adding the scarf.

Maybe it was also because I have no idea how to tie that scarf and have it look normal.

Also, I would just like to state--for the record--that my hair looked way cooler when I first did it in the morning.  I was totally rocking the side braid like nobody's business.  But one two year old and five hours later, my hair needed some re-braiding and it just didn't look as cool as before.

So by the time Bryan took the pictures later that evening I looked like this.  Bah.  One can only look cool for so long, you know?  And, like I said, it's hard to take pictures of yourself.

Anyway, overall I really liked this outfit.  It was a fun and it felt dressy, but it wasn't so dressy that I felt awkward.  I'll definitely be trying it again.  Maybe next time with the skinny jeans and scarf.  (If I can figure out how to tie the darn thing.)


How do you feel about this week's outfit?


Would you wear something similar?


Yes?  No?


Looking for more?

  • If you'd like to submit an outfit, please refer to this post.  I'd love to have more friends participate!
  • To view more awkward pictures of me trying to be cool of my outfits, see the entire Getting Dressed series.

4 comments:

Alison said...

Look on Pinterest for how to tie a scarf. I have a few pinned and it helped me immensely! Now I can rock any scarf and I love them!

Mariko said...

I have totally been thinking about dressing outside my comfort zone. I have just been hating my wardrobe/style lately.

Kathy Haynie said...

That's a good outfit!

Lauren @The Little Things We Do.... said...

you're cute :). next time roll the sleeves on the button-up a couple of times though...just my two cents ;).

also...a good trick for scarves...just tie it together in one big loop and then you can have a long infinity scarf and wrap it twice. does that make sense? it's way better, because then you don't have any weird ends hanging down.