|Friday's fashion report
||[Apr. 22nd, 2005|03:35 pm]
A girly post. Hunter and I went shopping at lunch. There's a store on Bank Street that is one of those discount places - some junk that you wouldn't pay the $10-$15 for, but also some brand labels at amazing prices. She recommended this place to me because it's half regular clothes and half maternity.|
I ended up buying 7 things, for $120. (They were each $15.) I was mostly looking for everyday pants, but I ended up with:
-medium grey pants - plain, no pattern
-dark charcoal grey pants, thin white pinstripe
-black pants - subtle tone on tone striping
-shiny black satin straight legged pants. (Not for work, but in case I go somewhere nice. A bit of a splurge, but they were only $15.)
-A short sleeved cotton striped shirt in chambray blue, sky blue, light green, and white. It looks like summer personified.
-a deep plum satin top, sleeveless - it looks great with the black satin pants for evening, could also go to the office with a jacket or sweater.
-A long sleeved heathered grey shirt that buttons down the front - very professional, will work with black or grey pants or a black mini.
After buying everything, I saw T-shirts on the way out. Hunter said her best friend got one and swore it was the most comfortable thing she owned. I tried one on and agreed. The one I picked was 3/4 sleeved and grey. More A-line than maternity. I could actually see wearing it after to slop around the house in or wear to sleep in on a camping trip. It was $10.
I have come to work in my blue plaid pyjama bottoms and a T-shirt for the last time!! (Hey - at least I wore my cool red boots to pick up the red in the pants and add some class to the outfit.) :)
Now I have to hem all those pants.