Happy Monday, everyone! Hope you all had a good weekend. As everyone seems to have noticed, we're more or less all still here, with no natural disasters outside the standard sort in sight, so...I guess we've got a little more time to shore up our credentials for the next time someone thinks the end's in sight? Meanwhile, I hope no one was too let down. I hear there were some last-night-of-the-world parties though. Anyone go to one? (I have small children. I live vicariously through your stories of having a social life.)
I picked up the Inkwell Skirt at last week's Tag Sale for a fantastic $19.99 - I was more than thrilled, as I'd been eyeing it ever since it first hit sale a few weeks back, but had told myself I wasn't allowed to spend $40 or more on a skirt I hadn't even noticed until it hit the sale rack. But c'mon. $20? I can't do better at Target! It's a full, poofy-ish cotton skirt with pockets, a non-elastic waist, and I ended up getting it in size 2, for comfort.
I'll say this probably isn't the most inspiring outfit I've ever put together, but it was comfy and the whole thing is machine washable (excepting the shoes and belt), which was great, since that makes it more-or-less kid-proof.
Belt: Forest Creature Belt, Anthropologie
So, I hadn't done a book review/recommendation in a while, and the other day, my husband mentioned it in passing. Seeing as how I had to snap my OOTD indoors today, I decided to take advantage of my book collection's proximity, and share one with you - particularly for anyone who might have been more than disappointed by the failed Rapture, this past Saturday:
Here's a detail shot of what the religious descriptions look like (i.e. Do Not Fear, Oh Ye Haters of Dense and Academic Writing):
Have a great day and thanks for reading!