Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Hello! I am linking up today with The Style Six here. Last week was my round up of my almost 32 outfits from my 32 days of in person teaching here. After that post, I honestly wasn’t sure how many outfit photos I would be able to produce from my first week of being at home on summer break, but I do have a few for you today. The other days were spent in athletic shorts and were not blog-worthy!
Last Wednesday I had a lunch date with a friend. It was cool and rainy and I usually wear black when it rains. My Soda sandals, my Chico’s pants, and my boutique blouse. I felt like this was a school outfit and not a ladies-who-lunch outfit.
This was my outfit to meet my students at a coffee shop. It rained again, but I had already picked out my outfit. Coconuts by Matisse woven wedge sandals, Amazon skirt (it wasn’t staticy anymore!), Costco top.
Rare indoor photo of my outfit I wore to the celebration of life for our attendance clerk. Sadly, she lost her battle with cancer last week. Old Navy tank dress, Nordstrom kimono, and Soda sandals. It was held in the top floor of a bar but I wanted to dress up a bit. Again, I would call this a teacher outfit.
I feel like I need going out clothes.
I wanted to show you my biker shorts that I am really enjoying. I don’t think the brand really matters, but mine are from Amazon. What does matter – they have pockets on both sides that hold my phone, keys if needed, Ernie’s waste bag, and my airpod case. If you have an issue with your thighs rubbing together, the length of these is perfect. I really need another pair at least because I have been walking almost daily and I am sad when these are dirty.
I tried to get a view of the pocket.
What have you been wearing lately? It is so crazy but the summer clothing will be going on sale really soon! I noticed a sign in my consignment store that said no more summer clothing will be accepted. I popped in one day when I was in the area, but didn’t find anything. I don’t always find things and I feel fine walking out empty-handed.
Thanks for reading,