Days Four to Six

Day 4: Sun’s out! Finally. It wasn’t supposed to last long, so I took advantage of it and wore capris and this boho top. True casual Friday. I’m so used to thrifting and buying things on sale, that it felt weird when I forked over the full $29.99 for this top. It’s pretty versatile though and I’ve enjoyed it for two summers already.

day 4

Top: Metropark
Capris: True Originals
Shoes: Timberland
Purse: Nine West
Necklace: Gifted
Sunglasses: Target

Day 5: It rained pretty hard this morning but stopped in time for the Seattle Style Bloggers picnic. Still, most of the day, my outfit was hidden by my raincoat. I braved the temps to show off my tunic, but put my coat back on again. I’m so glad I added boots to my 30 for 30 mix.

day 5

Tunic: Damselfly, Seattle
Tights: Newport News
Belt: Ross Dress for Less
Boots: Naturalizer
Bracelets: Lucca, Seattle
Umbrella: Baby & Co.

Day 6: Hubby and I went to Sunlight Vegetarian Cafe for a delicious brunch. At least the sun was in the name of the restaurant; it sure wasn’t in the sky. I concealed my sweater behind my clutch for this photo. Trust me, I needed it today!

day 6

Dress-as-tunic: Edun
Jeans: Bluenotes
Necklace: Upcycled DIY by me
Shoes: Flexx
Clutch: Thrifted

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Days Four to Six

  1. Great outfits! I definitely think your coat complimented your outfit when I saw you at the picnic. And I love the dress in Day 6!

  2. Thanks for visiting my blog! I looked through some of your posts and am really digging so many of your tunics and dresses. I completely adore Day 5’s tunic. And your Father’s Day post–so sweet. I’ll definitely have to check back in with your blog!

  3. Thanks! I thought the dresses and tunics would be versatile – I need that. The weather’s up and down lately. I lucked out with the Edun tunic/dress in day 6. It was originally $300 but had been marked down a few times. I got it at a “50% off the lowest price” sale! Wasn’t cheap, but under $70. A splurge for me.

  4. That’s a really cool tunic!
    I love it.

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