Three Things I Wore Recently Part 3

One of my aims when I get dressed is to wear something I can legitimately wear all day. I want to look nice, but I also don’t want to spend any time fiddling with things or that I can’t walk around the grocery store in or crawl around on the library floor wearing.

Those shoes in the first picture do not fit those requirements at all, but this is what I wore to lunch on Valentine’s Day and, since we left Ella with our neighbor, I knew I wasn’t going to spend the meal chasing a small child around or crawling under the table to retrieve toys and books. So I give myself a pass.

And when I came home, I kicked those shoes off and went barefoot the rest of the afternoon.

 Left to Right:
Shirt: Anthropologie (gift from Mom), Skirt: Swapped from Ralphie, Shoes: Gap
Shirt: Target (hand-me-down from Landen), Sweater: H&M, Jeans: Target, Shoes: Target
Shirt: Old Navy, Sweater: Downeast Basics (swapped) , Jeans: Target, Shoes: Payless, Necklace: Gift from Mom

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  1. The hand-me-down Target shirt? Is so cute. I love the print.

    And ha! I totally laughed at your shoe comment because that's what I do every single day.

  2. I always love your shoes, even when they're not extra-special. Although it is killing me that you can wear open shoes while I'm stuck in boots and tights and praying for it not to rain/snow/sleet/whatever dire thing Dutch weather will come up with next.

    And for some weird reason, my feed reader always displays your pictures in opposite order. So I kept looking at your flats in picture three to see what was unpractical about them (I kept thinking, I know kids are hard, but are they so hard you can't even wear flats? What are you supposed to do then??)

  3. I love your style so much! It is simple and comfortable, but you look put together and cute. Maybe it has to do with the fact that most of what you wear looks like it would fit right into my closet… hmmm. =) This is a weird question, but are you the first born?
    Alesha <3

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