Thursday, June 30, 2011

No Fuss


Dress: Banana Republic Factory
Blazer: Target (shop)
Wedges: Target (shop)

When & Where: Worn last Sunday to be a guest worship leader at a church in Madison, WI.

I got back from Madison late last night, and this morning I was kind of a mess.  While eating breakfast I squirt runny egg yolk all over my hands, my arm, and in my hair.  I know, you're jealous of my awesomeness.  I also regularly run into doorways, walls, and furniture and smash my extremities into who knows what.  More jealous now?

Anyway, since I started this style blog and I've been noticing that my style is often times really unfussy.  Give me a dress and some nude wedges, put on some earrings (which never show up in pics), and call it a day.  No fuss here.  I think I need it to be that way because the more jewelry, accessories, or whatever I have on, the more likely it is that I'll get it caught on something, spill food on it, or injure myself with it.  So, for my own safety as well as to protect nice things from my havoc, I'm okay keeping it simple and straightforward.

7 comments:

  1. there is something to be said for a no fuss outfit,  i think you look great!  i have those wedges from target too and love how they go with everything!

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  2. Oy, this is such a fantastic ensemble that does modest, professional, and summery all at once. I'm teaching high school students all summer and have such trouble finding good summer outfits that are still work-appropriate. Well done!

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  3. I really like that blazer!  I usually don't have luck with ones from Target but I might have to go check that one out..

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  4. Endearing. I love what you wrote about in this post. You look put together. Red and khaki is a lovely color combo.
    Van // The Clothes We Wear
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  5. i like it.  easy, breezy, & chic. :)

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