02 Apr Navy and Blush with Twirl Appeal
No one was sitting outside at one of our favorite restaurants, Bonefish Grill. The wind, I thought was going to take down some trees. I am exaggerating a bit, but I thought wouldn’t work to take photos. However, after we had our fill, and I got to enjoy my peach Belinni, we thought we would give it a try. I, literally felt like I might be blown away but at this point, I was just holding my skirt down. My husband, while taking the pictures, noticed with my midi skirt, I had a “Maryiln Moment” and decided to snap the shot. That one, is not posted here! I know Google will have a field day, when they create their little animation with the photos. So, because it was windy, you will have to take my word, one could twirl in this skirt!
I know you may be wondering if I shop at many other stores besides Ann Taylor. Yes, I do. The ones that are listed on the sidebar. What I love though, is that I love their style, and I can order clothes in my pajamas. I think this was a dream of mine probably 20 years ago. I know my size, style, and it is that simple. Sometimes too simple, but I do watch my budget. ( increase) Just kidding. The skirt came from Zara, and I like their style as well. One thing I have to watch, is how short something from there can be, as I recently bought a pink leather skirt, and honestly, it fit me, but would have been obscene to wear outside in public. So, I stuck to this beautiful midi skirt. I am loving the blush trend, but need to make sure color is added so it doesn’t “get lost” in my pale skin. I understand the excitement of the midi skirt, as it makes one feel feminine and lady-like, and also gives one a desire to twirl. The navy lace blouse with the sheerness of the lace on the skin attracted me to this top, and the bottom detailing did as well. ( tucked in you can’t see the bottom). My nude sandals you may be seeing more of, as warmer weather approaches, although I do have numerous sandals, worn on even hotter days.