As the title suggests, what draws these outfits together is their shared display of my new, tax refund boots. I intend to plan my upcoming conference wear around these boots so get prepared to see a lot more of them. But given that we’re moving far too quickly out of spring and into summer down here in IPF South (I know, I know), the days of wearing boots and tights are disappearing so I’ve got to get them in while I can.
Fortunately, the term is also fast disappearing (is that a segue, or what?). Tomorrow is exactly a month until the end of the term so while that also means that things are kicking into high gear, there is relief in sight. The long weekend doesn’t hurt either as it gives me an extra, desperately needed writing day at the coffee shop where I seem to spend half my life.
The cardigan is behaving a little wonkily here. But this is an outfit that I’ve worn a version of before–though the boots & topper have changed out here. It’s weird, this is a dress that I hadn’t worn in ages, but all of a sudden I’m wearing it a ton. That said, I don’t love it without a blazer or a cardigan as the sleeves aren’t tailored enough for my taste.
This outfit is so full of win, I’m posting two, near identical pictures. It includes so many things that I love: chambray, bright pencil skirts, and this amazing necklace. You can also see a little better in these pictures that the boots are a deep chocolate brown, rather than black. You can also see how desperately I need to vacuum. Sigh.
Anyone else transformed old items into closet workhorses recently?