Every Thursday at my work is Think Pink Thursday, where one wears pink in order to support breast health. I have a great pink turtleneck that gets a lot of wear throughout the winter, but we are currently in a tempermental Dakota spring, so I have to figure out something to wear that will "work". Unlike Wednesdays, I usually don't have a lot going on most Thursdays. Yesterday I had a graduation open house, which was quite lovely. It was at Tuthill Park here in town, and my, what a beautiful venue!
|Photo courtesy of Sioux Falls Visitors Bureau|
I think that is where I want to do our Christmas photos.
Yes, its that gorgeous.
Speaking of gorgeous, I have a new Twitter follower: @lovemaegan. You need to check out her blog http://www.lovemaegan.com/. She has a lot of great stuff to read and learn. Plus her tutorials are great! I can't wait for my hair to get longer to try some of the hair styles.
Since Thursday was Think Pink, and I had stuff to do after work, I needed function AND comfort, so this is the outfit I went with:
Its a pink tee
A periwinkle blue pencil skirt
|NY & CO, circa 2006|
|I've had these forever. I think I bought them either at Freehold Raceway Mall or Garden State Plaza at one of those independent shoe stores. Photo courtesy of Google Images|
An awesome scarf
|Another piece I've had forever, photo courtesy Google images|
Some pretty rocking jewelery.
|Love these hoops! They were a steal at Target-$5 for a 3 pack!|
And a great Liz Claiborne purse I thrifted.
|I found this at Savers for $3.99! Photo courtesy of thekloset.com|
I buy my tee shirts at Old Navy (http://oldnavy.gap.com/browse/category.do?cid=55405), and have for about 12 years now. The quality is pretty good, they are fairly reasonable priced and there are a variety of styles. I usually have a few scoop necks, a few v necks and a few crew necks in a variety of colors. My basic summer tee wardrobe is