And a WendyB swear necklace.
The Sofa dress was purchased four or five years ago for a semi-formal banquet that I didn't get to attend. It hung in the closet for a long time, waiting for another swanky party, excluded from the day-to-day dresses, stuck with the labels "fancy" and "sofa" (because the fabric looks and feels like upholstery fabric).
When the AMP helps me with pics, I figure I shouldn't complain that
he moved me over to the messy side of the porch.
I do like that my fave number three seems to be growing out of my head.
The Deets: Taylor dress (Ross, old); Merona Artiste cardigan (Target, old);
Liz & Co mary janes (jcp, $20); miscellaneous bangles & honkin' earrings hidden by hair
Then one day I outed it, figuring I'd only get to maybe two more galas in my lifetime, and it was time to wear the sofa dress to the office - because if I wasn't too good to work for a living, neither was it.
I don't think my eyes are even close to the same size until after my second cup of coffee.
Oh, the scraggly hair. Is driving me nuts. I figured when we start what I may call The Year of Hopeful Thinking, regular haircuts will not be on the schedule, so I'm trying to get it long enough for messy buns. And hats. Boy, have I got some surprises for you guys, just as soon as we can find time to take pics that aren't on the way to work.
I'm longing to ditch sheer panty hose, and leap into bare legs and spring dresses, but Spring has only teased us, not actually arrived. A cold-natured working gal has to stay warm. Why can't someone make business casual jammies for the office?