hoodie: Birth Boot Camp
basic grey leggings
Shoes: Skechers via Ross
This is the perfect outfit in which to sleep in the top half-because you can’t get the sweatshirt off over the straws you used to make your hair awesome, work out, hang out, go out (well technically to the shops, but it sounded better) and eat out ( and by out, I mean at home, but whatever 🙂 )
I feel like curly hair is fancy. I felt dressy in my hoodie.
You’ll notice that I’m baring some skin here–it was 35 degrees today and if frostbite on my ankles is what it takes to end this always-winter-but-never-Christmas Narnia situation Iowa is poorly imitating, then by golly I’ll do it. This thinking is in no way logical.
jacket: Sam’s Club
Shirt: Old Navy via Goodwill
Sweater like joggers: Ross
This is the perfect outfit in which to get the thing done all morning, fall asleep reading to the two year old in the afternoon, and then set out with the idea of working during Eleven’s play practice but only watch clothing hauls on YouTube instead.
Sloth Dress: Amazon
Basic grey leggings
Necklace and Earrings: Noonday
This is the perfect outfit in which to endure ANOTHER April snow, cope with all the last minute changes to the last day of Classical Conversations, be completely overwhelmed and touched out and need space and still not completely check out of life.
Necklace: gift from some doula clients-the wooden piece in the middle is how big a newborn baby’s tummy is after a week. The smaller beads are how big it is at 1 and 3 days.
Basic white tee
Shirt: Old Navy via Goodwill
Boyfriend jacket which is actually my husband’s jacket: Goodwill
Super soft leggings: Aldi
Attached children: Boy was made in the Caribbean, the other two are farm fresh
This is the perfect outfit in which to get in 10,000 steps by noon, clean up all the messes-like when the little girls had permission to play with moon sand OUTSIDE, but then I found them in the kitchen, or when I was doing grocery shopping online and they both traipsed through the house with muddy boots on, and by clean up I mean make them do it which is infinitely harder, force people to go for walks and be outside and enjoy the beautiful sunny weather, and spend some hard won time alone sitting in the van, reading a terrific home design book.
Hair: styled by sleeping
Shoes: Walmart (chosen by Brielle)
This is the perfect outfit in which to be trapped in a van with your kids/hoodlums for far too many hours, clean the kitchen far too many times, listen to far too much yelling, and have a cozy at home date night watching a far too creepy of a movie.
Shirt: AB Studio via Goodwill
vest: TEK Gear via hand-me down from friend
Boyfriend Jeans: Zulily
Velvet Boots: Target
This outfit is perfect for doing a zero dollar kitchen update aka taking some cabinet doors off, taking a daughter to play practice, taking sons out for a lunch date and to do some woodworking, taking time to tickle the tiny daughters and play, taking a different daughter and sons to a Classical Conversations year end celebration, and taking time to rest and read.
I love frugal fashion! What would you like to see and read more of?