A tweed skirt during summer? (it’s not really summer, but it feels like summer!) It was actually not bad. The fabric was actually not heavy at all and very comfy.
For the longest time I had this blazer and had no idea how to wear it or what to wear it with. I think the universe was trying to tell me not to wear it because it wrinkles with any little movement. I basically have to have it professionally starched so that it may be stiff all the time in order for it not to wrinkle! This is the most annoying wardrobe thing there is. Am I right?!
Me trying to mimic the movement of the tree behind me. I almost had it. My brother’s house has lots of greenery and lush gardens. Perfect backdrop for photos and lolz. The light is great, too.
This weekend was my older brother’s birthday so we went up to orange county to have a good ol’ time! JK it was pretty chill and we just ate and drank and watched baseball. Pretty low key. I brought some outfits because his house is pretty and the time of day was right to take some outfit pictures. Here is a look that I have envisioned wearing for a while. I have worn a similar look to this expect it was with pants, but I was NOT going to wear pants because I want to switch things up around here. I basically live in pants! So a tweed skirt is a perfect alternative to just a regular skirt, you know what I mean?
I think I have said on here before that skirts and I are just now beginning to be in a relationship and it is taking baby steps for us to like one another. I think the skirt has to fit impeccably well and it has to suck up all those places that need to be sucked up (like hips!) and flattering where it needs to be flattering. A tweed skirt is a good alternative to that clingy material that most skirts are made with.