Disappearing Act

I’m sorry for disappearing for so long, folks! Work was a marathon of school kids and private events — and, in normal form, I’m the first thing to be cut out of my own life! But I’ve missed being here!

Besides me disappearing, so has 3 inches of my hair too! I decided to chop it short earlier in the week for something new. I’d had the same style for years and needed a change. This is it short and with a little texture product and in its natural, wavy state. My stylist did blow dry it straight and sassy, so I’m going to try my hand on doing that soon too! Hopefully I can nail that and share a photo!

This outfit is totally a steamy, summery Friday one: fun polka dots, a loose, bright blouse and my go-to sandals. (Yes, I do have other shoes!) I was experimenting with such a flowy blouse with a tighter pencil skirt. The results are so-so for me I guess. I love the color and texture against each other, but I think the blouse was too unstructured and long to really work for the skirt. My curves are hidden somewhere in there! It was easy to wear for a busy afternoon at the museum though, so that was a win!


Blouse: 41Hawthorn’s McAdams Beaded Neckline Blouse via Stitch Fix

Skirt: H&M

Sandals: TOMS

Watch: Fossil

2 thoughts on “Disappearing Act

  1. Cute! I love the haircut! And I’ve been so on the fence over toms – I’m intrigued by their new sandals and flats but haven’t bit the bullet on a pair yet… I just got a new pair of Born sandals but maybe next month I can work a pair of toms into my fun budget! 🙂

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    • Hi, Rose! I’m so happy you followed me to this blog too!

      I think half of my shoes at this point are TOMS: I just find them so comfy and easy to wear. The only downside is that sometimes I want a practical color (like black flats) and they won’t have them for the season. Alas! I’ve heard a lot about Born being great, too! I’ll have to check them out in the future!


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