Second Quarter Style: 2017

Aaaand back to three outfits.


Forget where I wore this, but I know it was sometime in April.

Scarf: Charming Charlie
Sweater: Ann Taylor Outlet
Bracelet: Express
Shorts: Paige Premium Denim
Sandals: Madden Girl




Worn to go see “The Secret Garden” with my friend Melanie.

Earrings: Bauble Bar for Target
Necklace: Kate Spade
Shirt: Target
Skirt: Victoria Beckham for Target
Tights: No idea
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Purse: Coach Poppy


Museum outfit.

Necklace, Tank: Target
Skirt: Skirt Sports
Shoes: JustFab Online
Bracelet: Forever 21

First Quarter Style: 2016

Like back in 2013, I’m heavily in Ironman training and, thanks to coaching, the volume is heavier earlier, but I’m still going to try and attempt to live in more than workout clothes.

Forget where I wore this. New boots; had to wear them.
Boots: JustFab Online
Jeans: Seven for All Mankind
Sweater: Gap
Necklace: JC Penney’s (I think)
Bracelet: Express



Wore this out shopping.
Shoes: AK Anne Klein sport
Skirt: Roots Canada
Sweater: Gap
Purse: Coach Poppy
Necklace: New York and Company
Bracelet: I forget.


Possibly my new travel outfit. If I continue with this, expect better pictures of this next month.
Boots: JustFab Online
Leggings, Sweater: H&M
Shirt: Who What Wear for Target
Bracelet: Express
Necklace, Earrings: Ann Taylor Loft

First Quarter Style: 2013

When I first started this blog, I had intentions of maybe blogging about my attempts at personal style, too. I mention it in my “about me” section, even. But my style is … an attempt. I’m still very casual – very much jeans and t-shirts. I’ve gotten better over the years – I no longer wear sweats out of the house (grocery store does not count; neither, I think, does the day we played hockey outside), but I’m still trying to make the attempt.

You can see a bit of my style in my honeymoon posts, but I think I’d like to try to display it here, too. And I think quarterly updates would be best.

We had a warm day in January, so this is what I came up with for lunch. Shorts, sweater, heels and jewelry (playing with accessories).

This is from before I chopped my hair off in March. T-shirt and hoodie, yes, but I got my hair to cooperate in a poofy style that I’d seen before. No clue how I did it, but I really liked the way it turned out. Neat twist on a ponytail … which I won’t be able to do again unless my hair gets ridiculously long again.

Restaurant week outfit for Rodizio. Dress was from the Prabal Gurung for Target collection; shoes are a pair of snakeskin heels from Coach that I got for Christmas a few years ago, but never really wore – straps dug into my feet. With tights though, they fit awesome. I think this look is missing something – skinny belt, maybe? – but overall, I was happy with it.