I hate to admit this, but I pretty much wear a t-shirt and flip flops every single day. I have an excuse though, I'm trying to avoid wrecking my nice cloths when I'm making jewelry, cooking, or working on a big house project. I've pretty much ruined every shirt I own with grease, glue, and red sauce. Plus, I'm on a big diet, and I don't want to buy new cloths until I'm "half the person I used to be." Right now, I'm only one third of the person I used to be. But I'm happy about that.
Today however, I decided to switch things up thanks to Jennifer at the Pleated Poppy. I started out with the standard uniform: American Eagle t-shirt, Calvin Kline jeans from Cost-co (yes, I buy jeans at Cost-co), and no shoes.
Then I added a few of my Anthropologie treasures, all items I bought on sale: A pair of grey flats, and a gray and orange cardigan. (I could move right into that store and live. I love it that much -- especially the sale room.)
I put on jewelry, which rarely happens. Pretty funny huh, since I design and sell jewelry. I wore my favorite Crystal B button necklace, and my favorite Crystal B vintage rose earrings. I'm glad I saved a pair for myself because I can't get those vintage Lucite flowers anymore.
I topped it off with a flower headband. Also Crystal B.
And, I ended up with this . . . .
A step up from the standard uniform. Thanks Pleated Poppy for making me work a little harder at looking nice today. It will pay off. I have a meeting this afternoon with a troop of Boy Scouts. (As if they will even notice.)