Collared shirt - Ann Taylor, thrifted
3/4 shirt - Talbots, thrifted
Skinnies - Joe's Jeans, thrifted
Vera Ellen Boots - Fluevog
As you all read, I had a very busy and successful weekend. Following up the gorgeous weather of those days, we find Monday pouring down with rain. And of course my college only makes the one switch from air conditioning to heat one time with the season change, I had to layer it up. As I got to school today, my umbrella turned out to be broken. So I spent the afternoon in various stages between soaking and kind of damp.
Fwiw, Fluevog shoes and boots are excellent at surviving torrential downpours. All three of my pairs have gone through numerous wet downs to dry out perfectly.
I got my newest pair of tights in the mail via sock dreams. I'm not sure if it's just me or what, but the color accuracy on that site is lacking. Twice I've ordered pairs that aren't what I expected in terms of color. And today's tights* look quite large. They're cotton so I know they'll shrink up in the wash, but the DH wound up with some sock dreams socks that I ordered in summer because they were just too huge on my feet. Thankfully they fit him perfectly. I still love the company for their quality selection and free shipping, but I always try to make my purchases with some apprehension.
Additionally, I wanted to share with my readers this youtube playlist: HERE* It's about 60 documentaries on a variety of topics (most of which are probably NSFW or young kids), but it's very educational and interesting at the same time. I did my sewing while watching some of these. If you happen to like documentaries, I highly recommend giving the Vice channel a watch.
*I do not receive any compensation from any links. This is purely my own opinion, product paid for by myself, for informational purposes only.