This week was another light post week, and for good reason! I have been feeling under the weather the past few days. I had a big day at work yesterday, we are going through a test week for some computer stuff, and today was more of that fun stuff, not conducive at all to feeling ill. So I thought I’d take some time and wrap my third week of my capsule challenge, which I can’t believe that we are pretty much done with week three!
Monday – I cheated! I wore and ensemble that was not comprised of items on my original list. I wore a Peter Pan collar grey tee, white midi skirt and my Tommy Hilfiger two piece flats. After my busy weekend I didn’t have a chance to get all of my laundry done, so I reached for this outfit, it’s easy and summery so it fit with my theme of the week.
Tuesday – I hoped back on the bandwagon and wore my favourite navy blue G.H. Bass Co. sundress with boat patter, and my white with red polka dotted Christian Louboutin sling back espadrilles with jute wrapped wedge. I will never have enough of either of these pieces, I love them so much, and I love that they incorporate red, white, and blue.
Wednesday – Here is were I really started to feel crummy, so I wore my Banana Republic white short sleeve dress (you know, the one I feel like I stole the sale price was so cheap!), and my Jimmy Choo flats (I have been living in these things this year). I threw on my company’s logo sweater so I wouldn’t get cold in the office.
Thursday – I wore my Asos white midi sleeveless shirt dress, J. Crew 3/4 sleeve grey cardi, gold vintage belt and Jimmy Choo flats. I woke up and coughed for about two hours, I really felt bad, J even said I looked really pale and not myself. At least I had a cute ensemble on.
So this means I have now passed my mid way point. I figured one cheat day in three weeks is pretty good considering, my current wardrobe is busting at the seems. I already feel like I can do more with less and as items become unwearable if I can replace them with quality, well made (preferably made in America, or Fair Trade) I will. I have also decided items that I don’t wear often will be donated, and not replaced. I’m also going to be better about going to the dry cleaners, and tailor. If it can be fixed or let out/taken in it will be. And on that note, it’s time to end!
All for now,
Title from: Serial Killer by LDR