What I Wore.
Confession: I feel a bit silly posting this. It doesn't help matters that I'm in my Razorback t-shirt that actually used to be Brett's and not a bit of makeup on while I'm typing this. Have you seen the fashion posts some gals do? I'm seriously amazed at them, each day a new styled outfit with jewelry and makeup to boot!
Some days that's me, but not everyday. A few days a week I dress in a tshirt or sweatshirt and jeans. No makeup and hair in a ponytail. Simply because as a stay-at-home-mama my job is teacher, housekeeper, cook, and laundry lady most of the time!
I do care about how I look though and want my girls to see me making an effort. I love to shop, just at thrift stores these days! I have never met a pattern I didn't like and almost never wear plain colored clothes. Over the last few weeks and months I've captured a few outfits I really liked on myself and thought I'd share!
(since taking this I'm getting new glasses! Woohooo!)
(of course, a baby gal on my leg. My outfit isn't complete without that!)
Over the last few years I've been about five different sizes it feels like, with being pregnant and not pregnant, but still a little heavier. Then last year running and eating low-cal became my hobby for a few months and I was the super skinny version of myself. And then there's now. I'm naturally a curvy gal and have found a healthy lifestyle I feel most comfortable with myself in. Not super skinny, not to heavy either. Just me.
I've also started dressing how I feel comfortable and confident…pretty even. :) That usually means skinny jeans or leggings and plenty of layers! I especially love pairing a dress over one of these options, seeing as I don't love my "mummy tummy" . But it is what it is and I love the message Stacy and Clinton used to share on What Not to Wear, to dress the body you're in right now, the best way possible!
I'm having fun finding ways to dress that I feel great in and complement my body type as well.
What about you? Do you have fun with your clothes?
Where do you shop? I'd love to hear!