Thursday, October 21, 2010

October 21, 2010: Memory Lapse

Today I am operating on very little sleep and am delirious! I must be because I seem to have forgotten that it is pretty darn cold outside and am wearing an outfit that could/would probably work for spring or early summer. Note to self, check the weather before getting dressed. I should be fine once I get to my office, hopefully... On another note, I don't mean to look a gift horse in the mouth (where did that saying come from? O, here's something on that) but, since when is tomorrow Friday?
  • Top: yellow short sleeved sweater, GAP
  • Bottom:  brown plaid capris, New York and Company
  • Shoes & Accessories: silver cut out flats, Merona for Target (similar and on sale here, I should have picked them up while they still had them in my size as a replacement. These are falling apart...) FYI if you pick up the the October 2010 edition of Real Simple there is a 20% off Merona coupon in there, or you could just rip it out at the grocery checkout... either way!; silver bead earrings, Tiffany & Co.; brown leather tote bag, Bulga   

Items from this outfit are previously seen here and here:


5 comments:

  1. Love the bag!!! I personally have been stalking weather bug, every morning. But I don't think it matters, because in the DMV area, the weather has a mind of it's own.

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  2. Aw, the DMV! That warms my heart (as a NoVA girl). I love that top. And I hate that I have no idea how to dress most days. Crazy weather.

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  3. I love your bag, it's great because its big and neutral and the kind of bag I never seem to buy, but always seem to need.

    I don't think I'll be getting away with any spring/summer outfits, it's turned cold. frost advisory cold. bleh.

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  4. I love this color combo. It's very fall-like. Add a sweater and it's perfect for a warm fall day.

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  5. Ooooo I love the brown leather bag. I need something like that!

    -Emily
    http://lemon-leaf.blogspot.com/

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