Friday, April 10, 2015

Crazy Week


It has been a wild week around here!  I mentioned that my sister and nieces came to visit, so we spent the last few days cramming in as much fun as possible.  They love to shop - and I think we went to every Justice and Claire's within a 10 mile radius of my house.  Needless to say, we had a blast, and I am exhausted!

Somehow, the otherwise gorgeous spring we have been having disappeared while they were in town and it was all cold and rainy.  And then yesterday, as we were getting ready for my baby shower, the rain turned into snow!  Completely crazy.  And of course, they left this morning, and today is supposed to be in the 60s and sunny again.

Anyway, this is an outfit I wore last week to work.  It's probably not wise that I was still squeezing into this non-maternity skirt, but it's stretchy, and I wanted to wear this outfit.  I originally planned to wear my black flats, but then the shoes I ordered from Target arrived that morning, and I thought the pink shoes were a fun addition.  Unfortunately, the other 2 pairs of shoes that I ordered didn't work out, so I returned them.  

Scarf: H&M (top 10 remix item)
Tee: Gap
Skirt: Gibson&Latimer
Shoes: Target


  1. Hey, you rock that non-maternity skirt for as long as you can, girl! Also, I love the colors in this outfit. The floral scarf just perfects the whole look :)

  2. This looks so cute, and on my phone, I can't even tell you are pregnant, so obviously the skirt still works for you!
    Claire's and Justice...that made me laugh. :)

  3. Oh no, did the black sandals not work out?? Did they change the style/fit of them?? At least the pink flats worked out - they are very cute! I haven't tried out Target flats in ages. I might need to give them another try!

  4. The weather really as bananas this week! I love this bright color combo, and the pop the scarf gives too.

  5. sNOw WAY! haha glad to hear that you had a good time with your nieces. It's too bad about the two pairs of shoes from Target, but at least the one worked out.