What I Wore
It's another work from home day. Not pictured below is the Slanket I'm wearing.
I wish I could have found a picture of the Anthropologie sweatshirt I am actually wearing. It has this awesome bird and tree print on it, and is about six inches longer than the one shown here, but has the same asymmetrical hem. Also, I don't have that Anthropologie necklace, but I want it. The one have is similar, but has more chains.
I have been liking yellow and gray, and yellow and black lately. I'm normally not a big fan of yellow.
$4,890 - net-a-porter.com
$1,850 - footcandyshoes.com
£7,699 - debenhams.com
$56,500 - barneys.com
$11,700 - forzieri.com
$45 - bergdorfgoodman.com
$29 - lancome-usa.com
$28 - barneys.com
You've no doubt heard of Pinterest by now. I really like it. (Leave me your email in the comments if you need an invite.) But, Polyvore, have you heard of that one? That is really starting to suck me in. Lately, I have been recording what I wear each day. I've used it to help a friend choose accessories for an event. I've also created sets of things I love (bags, boots, rings).
I'll be posting my outfits here as well, but please follow me at Polyvore if you use it.
Up until last year, I was never a regular wearer of jewelry. I'd been wearing the same pair of diamond studs for nearly 20 years. I've always admired people who seem so natural in jewelry, since I always felt so awkward. I decided that I wanted to look as put together as they did, so I developed a jewelry uniform. This set of jewelry goes with almost any outfit I could put together. If I don't want to think about the perfect accessories to go with something, I know that I can simply put on my jewelry uniform and still look like I made an effort.
Wedding band and engagement ring
Sapphire ring that I bought myself for my 25th birthday
Tiffany bracelet from my husband
Tiffany earrings from my husband
Necklace with my daughters' initials and birthstones (I lost the green one)