Summer Sweater In Shades Of Fall

Can you tell I cut my hair? Well, actually my hair stylist Judy cut it.  I trimmed a very small amount then went to her for the shaping.  I learned my lesson (I think) a year and a half ago when I decided I needed a major hair makeover and did it myself.  It was a make over all right but not the kind your proud of.  Each side kept getting shorter and shorter as I tried to make it even.  It took a year to get back to normal.  Lesson learned hair, lesson learned.

I’m in love with this sweater and can’t wait to wear it.  I could have done a better job of front tucking but I wanted to get the pics taken and I was losing sunlight. This Loft top is super lightweight and soft.  It will be perfect for semi-chilly weather or to layer when temps drop.

Size medium was sold out so I down sized to small, keeping my fingers crossed.  It paid off because it fits perfectly.  Sometimes Loft mediums are too big on me. Some sizes are sold out but Loft is good about restocking.

I want a larger necklace next time I wear it. I have on a delicate silver chain but it’s camouflaged in the zebra stripes.  Animal print may possibly be even more popular this season than it was last season!!! It’s crazy but these prints are everywhere!

So, if you can’t handle the snakeskin (as my SIL said “ugh…not a fan”), maybe you will like zebra!

Walmart//Macy’s//Dress Barn


Here are the Democracy jeans I was telling you about yesterday.  I love the dark wash and they have held up well.  They are a little pricey but If you watch you can catch them on sale.

My strap booties are old.  I think they came from one of Belk’s in-house brands.  I like the light color paired with the two toned stripes in the sweater.


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