Ever since I knew I would do a neutrals month in this challenge, I knew I wanted to do this jacket and these pants together.
This jacket is ready for the dry-cleaners. It's got all kinds of little marks on it, and I confess, I have sweated in it.
I last wore the jacket here, and the sail pants here. The black top is a Mossimo one I've had for about a year and is not a cami (but let's pretend it is), but I never took the jacket off and it just reads as black under the main focus of this outfit: the scarf.
here, scroll down, for $19). It was surprisingly heavy, and I ended up adjusting it all day (it's doubled around my neck). I liked it, though.
The shoes are my gladiator kitten heels (last worn here). I have given these quite a beating this month, but I'm happy knowing that they still have plenty enough life in them to last to for another summer.
Today, I was a rock star at organizing a going-away cake for 50+ people for last-minute delivery.
Are you a rock star? I bet you are. Check out Trystan's awesome post here, and leave her a comment or do your own link-back post. I think we all need a little reminding sometimes about all things we do like a rock star.
Aside from being a rock star organizer, I am a rock star at scheduling and planning! I am also a rock star at painting miniatures - check out my fellow rock star husband's blog post about the amazing vampire church (click on the photos for a good look) that we painted and assembled together over the past 3 years (I built and painted the church and painted a bunch of the vampires). I am also a rock star at making grilled tuna and cheese sandwiches (always burnt, the way they should be, ha ha)!
Stop! Disco Pose!
I did my black cross-body bag today.
Jacket (Club Monaco, consignment), top (Mossimo, consignment), pants (Noa Noa), shoes (Enzo Angiolini, consignment), scarf/wrist wrap (Club Monaco), earrings (gift from Mom), bag (Oscar & Libby's).