Tee: Target | Skirt: vintage MaxMara | Shoes: Bass (similar)
My in-laws were in town for a week and the first day was showing off downtown Anchorage. I figured it was a good time to wear my favorite vintage silk skirt. I wore it almost the exact same way asI did here, minus the baby belly. I tried to find some carwash skirts to link to but I guess they're not currently en vogue. Like, at all. They should come back - they're so fun to walk in.
If I'm not actually dressed, I'm wearing this fleece. I wear it so much for hiking, camping, and the morning walk to school that I've ordered the coral color and am contemplating the black one.
Sweater: Free People (here) | Necklace: thrifted | Jeans: Free People (here or here) | Booties: Sam Edelman (similar)
The temperatures have dipped a lot. Time to bring out the sweaters! I've lost some weight in the last few weeks from this whole Cipro poisoning - it's good that I like the whole oversized thing anyway. .
Fleece: H&M (here) | Leggings: C9 | Sunglasses: Target (here) | Trail Runners: The North Face (this year's version)
I wasn't kidding when I said I wear this fleece constantly (and a bandana to cover up my hair - I'm like the Bret Michaels of hiking).
Dress: Forever 21 | Trench: H&M (in black or navy) | Heels: Target
The picture of this outfit that I posted to Instagram was 1,000 worse. I noticed this much more flattering version when I was just going through photos for this post. Whoops. We couldn't have grandparents visit without a date night for us, right? I wish I would have taken photos before the huuuuuge dinner we ate, but I also wish we had chosen a prettier location and lighting. Seems like the better the time, the worse the (outfit) photos so I can't complain too much.