Thursday, May 14, 2015

Black and White and Blue All Over

I had some great news today - I've gotten the Thursday night WW meeting! This does mean I'll be giving up my Tuesday meeting (I just can't do two on top of my regular job), but not until the end of June. 
It must be this magical dress!


  • Dress - Jacob, thrifted; purchased here for $22.95
  • Shoes - Garden of Enjoyment Rita, Fluevog; last seen here in January with pink and blue

It fits like a dream! I loved wearing it all day - and it felt like pajamas!
Some of my coworkers couldn't look at me - all these stripes made their eyes a little buggy, heh.

The stuff:
I love these blue shoes too! One of our clients today sang "Blue Suede Shoes" to me in the elevator. My feet are a little tired from working in them for 10+ hours, but not too bad. I can still handle this heel, easy.

Blue and silver bling:
I do like my accessories to be themed. Round blue and strong silver shapes.

  • Cage cuff - Bauxo
  • Solid cuff - thrifted
  • Earrings - local
  • Floral ring - Scotland, 1996
  • Lapis lazuli ring - Wendy Brandes


Hey, Vizzini, do you know what tomorrow is?
"Is is Let Me In the Hallway and Give Me a Bag of Kitty Treats Day?"
It's Fluevog Day! I'll be wearing a pair for sure! Happy almost weekend, my friends!

7 comments:

  1. I love that striped dress on you - it's really a great fit and it will be easy to wear so many ways.

    Congrats on getting the WW meeting too! :)

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  2. You look so young and funky here, Sheila(fabulous frock on you:)!

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  3. I love that dress - and love wearing them too - so comfortable with nothing to grab you all day! V. is Mr. Big Eyes today. xox

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  4. Love the stripey dress, it look fantastic on you! xxx

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  5. I am pretty sure you know it - but you are rocking this outfit.

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