What I Wore Wednesday

I love clothes. I love shopping.

I love a good deal.

It’s a bad habit. It often gets me into trouble (I’m looking at you Target – with your adorable and affordable clothes), BUT I always shop a sale or clearance. I almost never spend full price on something. I’m also really bad about kid’s shopping, but that’s a post for another day.

At the beginning of the year I aimed to be better at spending. I won’t say I’ve accomplished that, but I have been trying to make a point to pull different things together in my closet. Not surprisingly, I’ve been using Pinterest to help me. I pin lots of outfit ideas where I have something similar I could use to recreate the look. It is really helping me utilize what I have in my closet. I’ve found it to be quite fun…like a hunt almost to see what I can put together.

I have a new client meeting today so I needed to pump it up a bit. Meaning no leggings and a tunic 🙂


Necklace : Danielle Stevens | Long layer necklace : GroopDealz | Tee and Blazer : Target | Pants : The Limited | Flats : Payless

If you’re a fashion diva you’ll probably frown at my bargain clothing, but whatevs. I like to have a large variety of things to wear and I don’t like spending a bunch of money on clothes. Not to mention I don’t have tons to spend! (Unless it’s for StitchFix, which I’ll post about next month when my fix arrives.)

Anyway, my point is that I looked to Pinterest for an easy, business/business casual look and pulled it together from stuff I had in my closet. Score. I love my outfit today and it’s comfortable. I’m all about comfort these days.


One thought on “What I Wore Wednesday

  1. **Dawn** says:

    My big goal for this year, fashion-wise (‘scuse me while I die laughing, because I am so not), is to figure out how to accessorize without feeling like a total fraud. So far, so good-ish…maybe. I am also intrigued by the concept of a capsule wardrobe, but before I get to anything like that, I need to wait til it’s time to replace things in the closet. I am good about something-in-something-out, but I think it’s time to start investing in fewer but better quality pieces, when it comes to the staples and classics.


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