InstaStyle: GIVING THANKS
|Scarf: Love Culture // Dress: H&M // Crossbody: Nine West // Tights: Random // Boots: Bakers|
It's been quite a while since I've posted a style post, but I just feel guilty when all I have to show are instagram shots. Between a broken DSLR and having an iPhone handy more than anything, this is all I have to give - I hope you don't mind.
I'm pretty much running out of outfits to wear but thankfully I don't get out much. Since I'll be giving birth in the next 7 weeks (give or take), I don't find it logical to go shopping for new things that will be too big soon. Lucky for me, I've always been one to purchase items with a good amount of stretch in them - so I'm squeezing the last bit out of the pre-pregnancy clothes that I have.
We've actually been having some cool weather in my neck of the woods, so I took advantage of the fact that I could wear a "fall look" to Thanksgiving dinner yesterday. I pulled out this fuchsia H&M dress that I bought on sale around the top of the year which is still one of the most comfortable items in my closet. I paired it with my favorite scarf and go to crossbody which picked up some of the colors. I rocked my favorite fall lipstick, Va Va Violet by Revlon, which picked up hues from the scarf as well and sported quite the successful bantu kno outt. I was happy it was cool enough to wear tights, because I haven't seen my pudgy little legs in months...and neither has a razor. These boots from Bakers were in heavy rotation when I lived in New York, but this has been my first time whipping them out since relocating.
I have so much to be thankful for this year - a new baby on the way, the best husband I could ever ask for, supportive family, loyal friends and a solid business idea that will hopefully allow me to be the successful entrepenuer I've always wanted to be. With the year coming to an end, it's time for me to start working on my 2013 vision board and continue planning the details of my 2013 takeover. The upcoming year is going to be a good one for both me and you, I promise.
WHAT ARE YOU THANKFUL FOR THIS YEAR?