So the cooler temps are forcing me to think about fall clothing….gasp!!! Now don’t get me wrong my favorite season to dress for is fall! It’s cooler but not freezing and snowing…so you can still rock cool shoes. It’s not so blasted hot that you can’t layer…but I always feel a little sad when in the middle of August we have some cooler days and you start to think about putting away your summer digs!
I feel a little panicked over what I have not worn this summer and start to feel an urgency to squeeze said items in….do you feel this way?
Well this short sleeve sweater is a perfect transition piece! The short sleeve, light weight sweater works well in all seasons…I can totally wear a white button down under it in the cooler months or throw a great jacket over the top! These jeans have been a favorite of mine for a while now. They are so soft and comfy…I wish they were a tad shorter (like every jean in my closet) but nonetheless I make them work. These look super cute with ankle boots also 🙂
You can create your own look with simply cuffing a pair of your jeans with a big cuff like mine and there you be!
Alright, have you started your fall shopping list? Are you moving clothes around? Or are you in denial that fall is even coming? Stay tuned for more great transitional looks that can carry us the next couple of months!!
Do you do this? Are you more concerned about being right and just then about what your desire to be right might reveal about your own personal character? I think of how many times my opinion of someone changes positively or negatively b/c of how they treat those around them.
I’m not even talking about their own family and friends rather…the waitress, the check-out clerk, the kid working at McDonalds drive thru….do you treat everyone with the same respect? What about the people who are rude to you when they work in a customer service position – do you respond kindly hoping to turn their attitude around?
I often tell my daughter that she needs to be loving,respectful, and kind to all the kids at school b/c sometimes those kids act out not so nice when there are more issues than you know about. I tell her that it’s more important to walk away and know you were kind, respectful and nice then to walk away and feel like you were justified in treating them they way you did b/c of their own bad behavior.