Friday, April 10, 2015

On Location in Central Park

Happy Friday!

Here is a little #flashbackfriday action from that time I had a photo shoot in Central Park afterwork.  All buttoned up of course, with lots of layers and a few accessories.

On this day, I chaparoned art students to the MOMA.  If it wasn't for my lady coat, I'd probably look like a young student.  At this point in my career and life, I am just being myself.  Gone are those years when it mattered that people thought I was older or old enough.  I am no longer asking permission to just be me; therefore, my "teacher looks" are sometimes traditionally teacherly and sometimes now.

Shades of blue and green, why not?

I like the way my hair colors play off my collar necklace, and even the tan of my coat.

My latest sneaker, totally about that sneaker life at the moment.

Jacket is from Uniqlo several seasons ago; green cords, denim shirt and blue sweater are from the Gap,  Nike sneakers are from J.Crew and backpack is Madewell.

Can't forget my Warby Parkers and my collar necklace by A Gypsy's Junk.  The two-finger ring is from Urban Outfitters.

I love playing with colors in my closet.  It really makes it seem as though my sizable wardrobe is a lot bigger than it is.  Most of the time I wear an item in a new way.

Until next time,

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

A Cropped Sweater on the Weekend

Here are a few photos from one of my weekend looks-- a cropped sweater and high-waist jeans.  My go-to these days.  Oh, and there's little Almond too.  He loves being a part of anything that takes place outdoors.

I got more than $20 worth out of this cream-colored cropped sweater from Express.  This sweater is one of those things I mentioned in my last post that I loved so much that I bought two of.  The other one doesn't get as much wear, but it has a similar affect.  The sweater is paired with American Apparel's "Easy Jean," definitely my go-to black jeans.  They fit my curves perfectly and are high-waisted.  Enough said.  Boots are Ugg clog books, pretty comfortable and cute enough.  

I am loving a high bun these days!  Now that it is no longer a struggle to fit my thick locs into a bun, this is one of my go-to looks. 

Rocking my A Gypsy's Junk pieces again.


Thanks again to my little brother for taking this photo, and others.

Quilted Sweatshirt with a Pencil Skirt

Better late than never!  Continuing with the sweatshirt series, or rather outfits with the sweatshirts that I have worn numerous times this winter in numerous ways.

Here I'm wearing a cropped, quilted sweatshirt from the GAP.  I got it super cheap at a Gap that was closing while in Jersey, and the lady was right: I can wear it with everything and yes, I should have gotten two!  But, I'm trying not to have too many multiples in my closet, as I want to have less things, even if that means clothing.

I paired the heather oatmeal colored top with my current favorite wool pencil skirt from J.Crew, blue tights from Hue and my leather/suede mix Ugg clog boots.  Hunter green paired with blue, why not!

Assorted rings from Bauble Bar, A Gypsy's Junk, Nordstrom and J.Crew.  Can you tell which is which?  Giraffe necklace from J.Crew Factory and Guess watch.

I'm also rocking my Gypsy's Junk earrings.  Love, love this pair!

Oh, and I can't forget my go-to Warby Parker glasses.  I've had them for three years and I still love 'em.

Until next time,

Photo credits go to my little brother.  Thanks, little-big bro!