Also linking up with the Pleated Poppy
Here are some outfits I wore this month.
Enjoy the photos:
I love my Evy's Tree Hoodie
Sorry for the quality of the photo....I am still very much learning to take pictures.
My casual (no makeup) errand day. I wore Evy's Tree hoodie in white with black yoga pants (and I am wearing a white tank top underneath). I dressed the outfit up with Garden Party Sabika Choker and colorful flower earrings that I had custom made.
Evy's Tree is not currently selling her products, but you definitely need to sign up for her newsletter; the clothing is just too adorable (and so very appropriate for those of us who want to look cute, classy, and reasonably modest).
I did some pageant judging this month with Mary.
I was FREEZING at the hotel, lucky for me, I packed my Evy's Tree Brilla!!
Although I would walk into the ballroom to judge wearing my dress, this is how I sat at the judging table (to avoid freezing to death).
Here was my dress (by Muse) and Wine and Dine Sabika Jewelry (from the Classics Catalog). I love this jewelry for this dress.
Dressy Night Judge (and saying good-bye to Mary who had to leave the pageant early). I purchased this David Miester Dress on sale at Nordstroms. The shoes were not on all sale, but they were too gorgeous to pass up. I wore the Cowboy necklace from Sabika's Fall 2011 catalog and paired it with rhinestone earrings that I had custom made (because I sadly passed up the chance to buy the sabika earrings.....I won't do that again!).
I bought this blouse at some boutique. I wore khaki pants by Eddie Bauer and a Sabika necklace (Luxed-up from Spring 2012).
Heather, Danielle, Susan, Beth, and Me
And my husband and I celebrated 5 Years of Marriage!! (but we hate these photos.....oh well....there are plenty of more anniversaries to come ;-)
Cardigan and matching tank top - from some local boutique
Jewelry: Sabika Classics (heart pendant, beaded choker, rhinestone choker) and Sabika Fall 2011 Earrings.
Jeans: Not your daughter's (buy from ideeli.com - they only cost $50, rather than $150)
Like my front door wreaths? They were from Wal-Mart for $20!