I found a full length mirror at work! ha!
I’ve been taking my Feel Good Fashion photos at the end of the day, when I get home, which is exhausting and hard. And now that I’m trying to go straight to the gym most days, I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to get these pictures anymore for y’all.
Anyway – now that I found this mirror, I can take pictures when I get to the hospital! woot.
So here is this week’s outfit that made me feel good:
Wearing a vest always makes me feel like a tool, while simultaneously making me feel so put together. Vests were always something I wanted to wear but never had the confidence to do so. Y’all can be honest – if I look douch-ey, please tell me.
The last time I wore this vest (and photographed it) was back in December:
I actually wore this same outfit (with the purple version of this collared pinstripe shirt) during the first week of my internship.
Anyway, back to this week’s outfit. This purple shirt is gigantic on me now (see how the excess sleeve fabric was hanging around my armpit?), so it was nice to pair it with the vest to make it a bit more form fitting.
I know I said I loved the Gap Perfect Trousers, but I love these pants SO MUCH MORE. They are so much more flattering, but comfortable and not tight at all.
Here’s where everything is from. I honestly don’t remember all the prices right now.
- Black Pants: Gap Modern Boot Cut pants $36 (on sale)
- Vest: New York & Company (old)
- Shirt: Old Navy (old)
- Shoes: Nine West from DSW clearance rack
- Necklace: New York & Company
- Earrings: Etsy $12
So what do you think? Douch-ey vest or no?
Also, I’m not sure if you can tell from the progression of the last four weeks of fashion posts, but I’ve lost close to 5 pounds since starting my internship! Isn’t that crazy? I spent some time looking at the photos last night and I think I can definitely tell. Can anyone else notice?