I received several compliments on my $11.50 Walmart dress that I wore yesterday, so I thought I would throw it back on here. It’s still available and also comes in black/white stripe. I have a new fall Time & Tru dress to show you also. Pic is at the bottom or click here.
If you hate fighting the lines as much as I do; you can order online and make a quick pick-up. I assume all stores are the same and in my area, there’s is a large orange locker area in the front. You enter your name in the kiosk and they will unlock and hand to you. It was that easy. I’m sure sometimes there will be a wait but this day I went and grabbed a couple of bottles of Mrs. Meyers Clean Day hand soap and when I returned they guy was there waiting for me. Lovin’ this service!
School went well yesterday, it was a pretty smooth transition for a first day. We never know what kind of wrench will be thrown in the schedule when dealing with 480 middle schoolers!
I had morning car duty so I was able to see not only middle school kids but high schoolers arriving. It’s so much fun to see how my last year’s 8th graders have matured over the summer. They are always nervous heading to the big high school.
I also noticed a large number of girls wearing mustard colored tops, skirts, jumpsuits and dresses. They looked so stylish! That color is a wonderful transition into fall.
Today I’m styling a good option if you are a teacher; olive tie dye top in a comfy knit over slim black pants.
I was planning to wear my black loafers with this outfit but these Kaari Blue Espadrilles arrived and I wanted to share them. The foot bed is so soft and comfortable. They offered them in blush this summer but I waited too late and they sold out so I settled for black.
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