I think the Mother's Day look with the coral remains my favorite, but the last pic on the lower right seems iffy to me. This is a sheer tunic with a pattern that contrasts with the pants. Does it work?
All of these items have been thrifted. The slacks are by Ellen Tracy and while I would have guessed they were a spandex, the tag inside says wool. Could this be why I found them in a thrift store? Is it possible they were mis-labeled in production? On the top right, the yellow linen top is by Alexandria. On the top left, the green jacket is by Joni B. On the bottom left, the reversible blue top has a green lining and is by Flair, the blouse is by Jones New York. On the bottom right, the blue top again but paired with the tunic by Wild Rose.
Friday's challenge was pastels or neons. I'm in a monochrome mint.
The shorts are in a super soft cotton by Boundary Waters and the tee, thrifted to begin with, is on its second summer with me.
In three of the looks I've worn this week, I've worn items I purchased from the Goodwill Outlet store BY THE POUND! Monday's white capris, Wednesday's skirt and floral blouse, and today's shorts. I paid less than $4 for the purchases I made on my first visit there and I've yet to wear a white linen blouse I bought the same day. We returned there this week and I purchased an Eileen Fisher wool tunic and a 2002 Olympics sweater knit in Norway; DH purchased two large bath towels and a pair of padded men's bicycle shorts~all for less than $6.
I thought I was already a dedicated thrifter, but I think I'm growing hooked on this new type of shopping.
Have a good weekend and don't forget to weigh in on the color choice for the floral pants!