I am participating again this week in What I Wore Sunday, but only with Ivy this time...because I like what she wore, and we were running a little late so I only had a chance to photograph one other family member before we had to run out the door.
This gray halter top dress is Evan-Picone, and though you cannot see it in the picture, the fabric has a slight sparkle to it. Because I am not about go to church bare-shouldered, and because its freezing cold, I am also wearing a cardigan from JC Pennies. I think the brand is George and Martha, or some such thing. The shoes, like most in my closet, are ancient. I have had these since I first moved to Vegas in 2004 and they are Nine West.
Truth be told, I am not totally happy with the white cardigan- I feel like a little bolero would be a much better option, and preferably one that is the right shade of pink to go with the shoes. I love pink-gray combos. But one does one's best. Since I am no fashionista, I shall resign myself to making do with this cardigan.
Here is Ivy, in a an off-season spring dress from Janie and Jack. Since the fabric is very light-weight, and it's cold out, I paired it with this peter pan collared long sleeve shirt, also from Janie and Jack. You can't see the detail in the picture but the collar has a little blue flower embroidered on each side. Those kind of details are one of the very many reason why I adore Janie and Jack. The shoes are Children's Place, and she is also wearing thick white tights for warmth. As I have previously mentioned, I love buying pretty clothes on the cheap. The shirt and dress were both steeply discounted in an after-Christmas sale so it all came out to less than $20.
Participating in this link-up is going to be tough on an ongoing basis - I don't have much nice stuff to wear, I am going to have to start scrounging around the back of my closet for new stuff! Still, it sure does make picking outfits a lot of fun. I am already thinking about what to wear next week! The other thing I am thinking ahead to is that I really ought to put my makeup on before I take pics. I usually put it on in the car. I think it might be time to change that.