You’ve been wanting to know everything I wore in February, haven’t you? I thought so. Let’s start with my 24-hour trip to Chicago for a work retreat. Above is what I wore for the day of the meeting (it says I’m fun but I mean business), and down there is what I wore for the night-before social event (aka lawyers drinking and telling nerdy jokes).
I got this sweatshirt because it’s crazy soft and it makes a statement that is pretty much always going to be true. Same with this one.
The day I wore this, someone told me I looked like a teacher, and another person told me I looked like Sarah Paulson. If there’s a movie where Sarah Paulson plays a teacher, I guess that was my subconscious inspiration.
The silver lining in the hole in the ozone is that I got to wear sunglasses and go on walks when it should’ve been a frozen tundra. (These shoes are crazy comfy, BTW.)
Who else is crazy happy about the special BaubleBar jewelry line for Target? One of everything, please.
February was a month of non-functional neck scarves one day and big cozy blanket scarves the next. I’m proposing a new tagline for the Hoosier state: “Welcome to Indiana. We don’t understand what’s happening here either.”
RIP, pastel sweater. You should’ve gone home with someone who won’t wash you with a bright red dress like an idiot.