This outfit doesn’t feel quite right to me, for which I blame the cardigan:
I think it’s the length and the poof of the sleeves – they’re giving my arms a complex. Which caused my thighs to complain that if another part of my body had a complex then how would they (my thighs) get the attention they so desperately needed? I talked them down by reminding them that A-line skirts are their friend so they didn’t have anything to worry about here.
And really, they don’t. This skirt sees a lot of use because the A-line is probably the most flattering cut for my particular shape. Conversely, I never wear this cardigan (I can remember wearing it only once before) and now I know why. I had actually placed it in the donation pile, but thought I’d give it another go-round before deciding for sure.
Today I paired the skirt (vintage, thrifted) with a floral tank (Old Navy) and the now-reviled cropped cardigan (August Silk via Ross). I added my MRKT platform sandals (via DSW), a skinny brown belt (Gap), some green and floral bracelets and hot pink drop earrings (Alberta street vendor). I thought the cardigan would work to today to cover up the spaghetti straps of the tank and it did, to an extent. I mean, they’re covered, but it’s not terribly flattering. So, the cardigan will be going to a new home and I’m confident I made the right decision.
Today’s Takeaway? Don’t wear things that make your arms angry, no one likes angry arms. Or, if you prefer; always give items one last shot before ousting them from your closet, there will be fewer regrets that way.
Happy Wednesday, Everyone!