December 27, 2010

Orphan from the 1930s style OOTD



I'm not adapting to this cold weather so easily. And it shows in the sad look on my face. Above I'm wearing a See by Chloé dress, MBMJ maryjane pumps, and Spanx tights. Although the dress looks like a child of the Great Depression's potato sack, I find comfort in the thick knit of the jersey and the loose fit of the silhouette.  After all the delicious and indulgent food I ate on my honeymoon and into the holiday weekend, I am grateful for comfortable, forgiving frocks.

5 comments:

Miss B said...

Glad to have you back, I hope you had an amazing time on your honeymoon.

Agree on dresses that are basically jammies= amazing and a life saver.

Rosa said...

Sometimes a gal just feels like wearing a sack! Hope you had a lovely honeymoon and holiday!

Min said...

hey i think that dress looks great! the buttons give it a zest and the skirt falls beautifully!

Desert Flower said...

I'm with you. I'm all about warmth and comfort the last few days. Things that will accomodate the epic holiday food baby are getting a lot of use in my wardrobe. I love the color of your dress, reminds me of warm caramel. Mmmmmm, warm :)

Jesspgh of Consume or Consumed said...

It is good to be back, miss b!

Rosa, I probably rely on the sack too often but they're just so comfy!

Min, thank you! I like the drapey volume of it.

Desert Flower, I love this color too! I definitely gravitate toward it in cooler months especially.

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