Friday, October 21, 2011

It's Been Quite The Week...(checking in & an OOTD)

Hi everyone! So sorry to have been away for so long. Both Kathryn and I have been dealing with really very busy weeks at work.

In fact, we're not quite sure we're in the clear yet.

It doesn't rain, but it pours. (Apparently, even here in Southern California.)

I actually wore a handful of pretty fun outfits this past week, and Kathryn reported this was also the case for her. Sadly, neither of us had the time to snap photos of them. In fact, the outfit below is one I shot a few weeks back, but never posted, because I thought it was too boring.

Bear with us. We're hoping that in a week (or a month) or so, we'll be back to programming as usual.


Top: Cotton blouse, Colors of Benetton (super old; similar here and here)
Skirt: Anthropologie (similar here, here, and just for swoon's sake: here)
Belt: Looping Lanes Belt, Anthropologie (similar here and here)
Shoes: Platform Clog Sandals, Givency (similar here and here)


So, what about the rest of you? How was your week? Hopefully, less frantic than mine?

5 comments:

  1. I love that skirt on you!! It's such a beautiful shade of green. By the way your such a super mom for working and taking care of your kids!! I get tired just taking care of my kids...if I went back to work I'm not sure I would survive :)

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  2. ditto! I don't have energy to go to work after all the cleaning and laundry and everything with my little girl. You are amazing mom!! Love the green skirt and the belt!

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  3. That skirt was ahead of it's time!  It looks gorgeous with the simple elements.  Gosh, and thanks to your twitter feed to the side here I have a new favourite Onion article- someone needs to develop Outkube now!  I love that commenters get enmeshed in an endless loop, never to bother us again!

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  4. I don't think an outfit with that skirt can ever be boring! I lovelovelove mine and wear it with a similar blouse and belt, but add this pink(red) snakeskin pumps for a bit more of a vintage look (ala The Help :)) and pop. It's fun to reverse the natural color of roses with the green.

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