Happy Tuesday! I hope everyone’s week is off to a great start. I’m a tad bit tired, myself. Losing an hour really makes a difference, doesn’t it? Sheesh, it’s only 60 minutes by try telling my biological clock that. I guess it’s all worth it for all that extra sunlight at the end of the day.
Saturday, I had to run a few errands… a trip to UPS (which was closed by the time I got there (grr!), a couple of returns at Target and Burlington Coat Factory, and the grocery store. I was going for comfy chic, and I have been dying to wear this Kasper tweed jacket that I bought at Goodwill for $5. Isn’t it cute? I love the color and the cut, and you really can’t ever have too many classic tweed jackets. They always look really awesome juxtaposed with not-so-classic pieces…like my tattered jeans. I’m telling you guys, I got so many compliments on this jacket while I was out Saturday. My father-in-law even mentioned that he liked it. It always makes me feel proud when one of my thrifted pieces gets a lot of love!
(btw, I’m not a fan of these pictures at all. I was having a swollen face day. Please note the double chin in nearly all photos. Ugh! What is that, really? Grr. I fought the urge to crop my face out of all the pictures because I really liked the outfit. LOL! And, for some reason, the quality of the pictures looks kinda bad…kinda fuzzy? I think my lens needs cleaning!)
Thrifted Kasper Tweed Jacket (Goodwill, $5) | Mossimo Pocket Tee (Target, $8) | Machine Brand Jeans via Fab’rik (also available online here) | New York & Company shoes (unavailable online, see in-store, similar and super cute) | ASOS Bag | Random Brooch | “Eboni” Necklace c/o My Name Necklace + gifted Jewelint necklace | H&M Bangle (old)
As much as I love wearing heels, I am slowing getting more accustomed to wearing flats for these all-day errand excursions (*sigh* I know, I know…it’s a sad day!). I bought these flats last weekend when I stopped into New York & Company to get my $10 pants. I fell in love with the stripes and the the navy cap-toe (is it still a cap-toe when the shoes are peep-toe? LOL). They were on sale for $11…obviously, I couldn’t leave them behind.
Speaking of those $10 pants, I know my girl Cheapalicious said she didn’t get a coupon in her copy of Glamour and one other person left a comment asking what page the coupon was on. Mine was on page 48. There is a two page New York & Company ad on that page and the coupon is in between these pages. I am sorry if your issue didn’t have this coupon. I didn’t mean to misinform you guys. I have always been under the impression that all printed issues were exactly the same, but I suppose I could be wrong! Maybe you can send Glamour a tweet or hit them up on Facebook to confirm?