Outfit details: Carven top, Lafayette 148 skirt (similar here), Manolo Blahnik booties, Céline bag, Hermés scarf and bracelet, Chanel necklace
OK so I've had all the best intentions. Sunday I was going to do all sorts of things. Replenish my shampoo and conditioner. Buy myself some flowers to brighten my place up. Film a video. And then I got sick. I've got the worst stomach flu ever. So I've been stuck at home the last couple of days doing nothint but watching TV and sleeping. On a positive note "I'm just one stomach flu away from my goal weight".
Here's an outfit from last week that I wore to work and then out for drinks. It's warming up, the snow is beginning to melt so we're finally getting to the point where we can wear things because we want to, not because we need to! Yay!
Please join me next Saturday, March 14th, for what's sure to be another fantastic event to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
You are Invited to
The Pink Agenda's Inaugural Boston Gala
Saturday, March 14
Artists for Humanity Epicenter
Honoring Elisha Daniels
Breast Cancer Survivor, Author, Fashion Icon, and
BCRF National Advisory Board Member
See the invitation below for complete details and
click here to purchase tickets today!
The Pink Agenda is a Partner of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
I'm rebelling against the weather! I can not wear black for another day...well OK I can, but at this time last week, I just couldn't. I thought to myself, how can I wear one of my fun dresses that will still work with this godforsaken winter we've been having. So I got a bit of inspiration and pulled out one of my very favorite dresses; this pink Valentino number that I layered with a grey turtleneck underneath. Wearing a bright color just made me happy! Though admittedly I did have to wear my practical boots to get around and change into the suede heeled booties.