What I Wore: Lazy Sunday

navy and red outfit, Marc Jacobs Totally Turnlock Teri
Jeans, Cleo (via consignment); top, Old Navy; jacket, LOFT (via consignment); shoes, Tory Burch (via consignment); bag, MbMJ (via eBay)

Wait, don’t fall asleep! Admittedly, this was not exactly a “fashion moment” but I promise it was actually cute in person (just a pain to photograph) and comfy as heck. I bought this LOFT jacket thingie at my local consignment store because I still can’t find a decent, inexpensive trench I like, and I need something other than (or, rather, in addition to) my field jacket to get me through spring. I like the short sleeves, even though they’re not the most practical things ever; layered over a long sleeved shirt, they allow for an extra bit of colour, or pattern, to peek out and add some “visual interest”. God, that was a convoluted sentence, but hopefully you get the gist. My brain has apparently shut off for the day. Good night! (Wait, it’s morning?! Boy, it’s going to be a long day.)

P.S. I think I’m in love with navy. Like, why did it take me almost 34 years to realize that it’s probably a better dark neutral for my pasty self than black? Yeah, rhetorical question.

Apparently, I need to learn to tie a scarf properly too ...
Apparently, I need to learn to tie a scarf properly too …

3 Comments on Feeling Blue

  1. Is that a J.Crew scarf? because I have an umbrella from there with the exact same pattern (don’t judge, it was $8).

    Also, seeing those shoes on you makes me want to take mine to the cobbler so I can wear them again. Or just have you find me some via consignment. 9.5 please 🙂

    • Hehe! We are the same shoe size … good to know 😉

      The scarf IS J. Crew – good eyes! I love the print, but I’m not sure if I love the scarf. I just couldn’t resist the price (it was something like $10) and that is my favourite colour combo