It’s true I do. I don’t have hardly any velvet in my wardrobe. In fact, it may only be these shoes:
And that makes me sad because I love these shoes. I love that fact that they’re velvet. And teal. And, according to my friends, Kathy and Ferge, look a little bit like upholstery. Which I think is awesome, but maybe makes for a questionable level of taste (more on that later).
Today I wore my awesome, possibly upholstery-reminiscent velvet flats (Old Navy) with gray pants (Gap), a black cropped sweater (Target) layered over a teal tank (Target) and added my new beaded necklace (via an Albany street fair) and some self-made beaded earrings. I like that this outfit incorporates more autumnal colors than what I’ve been wearing lately. It feels like a good transition outfit for what my bloggy friend, Sarah (of Just Take a Bow), calls fummer (it’s not fall and it’s not summer – it’s fummer!).
Also, A couple of people have asked what day dresses are. They are usually characterized by higher necklines and nipped waists with full skirts and they also often have sleeves. These characteristics help differentiate them from shift and sheath dresses. I know that In Style had a page of them in their September issue if you want to see some examples.
And finally, I have to tell you all that I am very, very happy it’s Friday. This has been a busy and pretty stressful week and I think I might be coming down with a bit of a cold. So I’m very glad it’s nearly over. I hope to work on a project this weekend but otherwise am not going to be doing too much of anything.
What about you all? Any big plans for the weekend?
Happy Friday, Everyone!