I'm up bright and early and loving these late morning starts. I have to be at work by 10 today, so I've got a fair bit of time to shake my post-weekend sadness and prep myself for the week ahead. First things first: Make a list of the activities still remaining on my weekend to-do list. I suppose this is called re-listing. Sometimes I think Roger and I are single-handedly responsible for keeping Post-its on the shelves; our kitchen table is always covered with yellow stickies. We spent Saturday outside and Sunday out visiting moms for Mother's Day, so many of our indoor jobs were neglected. No laundry... oops. Messy rooms... oops. I blame it on the sunshine. At least our garden is weeded and our dog is happy!
I vow to make this week a productive one. I also vow to dress summery to welcome the beautiful May weather.
Victoria Day is so incredibly close that I'm convinced it's okay to start wearing white. You know that old saying, "Never wear white after Labour Day"? It's a silly and superstitious rule, but I've been abiding by it ever since my mom told me to because her mom told her the same. I wear white a lot, but I stay away from white pants, white shoes, and evidently white blazers in the wintertime. After the May long weekend, it's fair game.
This is my outfit of the day: A fern-pattered bodycon dress (Forever 21) with a stark white blazer (Forever 21) overtop. Accessories sold separately... AKA dog.
I'll keep this post short--have a stellar day! 🙂
This dress was $23. I bought it super last minute for an event and have certainly got my moneys worth because I've worn it multiple times since.
Also, I'm loving these heels. You've probably noticed that I wear them every day. You can't go wrong with a cream-coloured shoe!
This blazer was a steal! I think it was also $23 and it's surprisingly very high quality. I hate the blazers that are thin and scratchy-feeling; the fabric is thick on this one and very soft.