Everyday Style – What I Wore

When you work from home, you can easily fall into the trap of wearing workout clothes and yoga pants every day. I decided that a post on What I Wore would help me document looks and keep track of the outfits I have created.

Sunday

Sunday afternoons are usually spent lounging around and running errands.  It is bitter cold in Chicago, and I want to be cozy but not look like I just rolled out of bed.  I love my Hue leggings.  They wear well, never stretch out, and you can dress them up or down.  My dog Sierra decided to get in on the fun and model with me.

Sweater: Anthropologie

Tank: Old Navy

Leggings: Nordstrom – Hue

Necklace:  Gingi’s

Boots: Sam Edelman – Penny

Monday

Sometimes I will sit at my desk all day without taking a break.  Today I was able to get away from work and out of the house to have lunch with friends.  This infinity scarf is one of my favorites. I love the fringe, it’s super soft and my favorite color, pink.

Plaid shirt: Gap

Striped shirt: Gap

Jeans: Gap

Scarf: Nordstrom – David & Young

Boots: Sam Edelman – Penny

Tuesday

Yesterday it was 20 degrees outside, and we got 8 inches of snow. Today the sun was shining, and the temperature hit 45 degrees!  I have not worn my puffer vest since November.  I had to run some errands and was so happy to not have to bundle up in my winter coat, scarf, and gloves!

Shirt: JCrew

Tank: Old Navy

Leggings: Nordstrom – Hue

Boots: Sam Edelman – Penny

Scarf: Gap

Hat: Athleta

Reversible Vest: Da-Nang

 

Wednesday

I wear these camo pants several times a week.  I didn’t think I would get so much use out of them, but they work as a neutral and go with everything.

Shirt: Anthropologie

Tank: Old Navy

Pants: Gap

Bracelets:  Stella & Dot

Boots: Miz Mooz – Lissie

Thursday

Crazy Chicago weather, today its freezing rain, time to bring out the wellies!

Shirt: JCrew Factory

Sweater: JCrew Factory

Scarf: Old Navy

Jeans: Gap

Boots: Hunter

This is my first blog post – I hope you like it!



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