Friday, February 10

What I wore

I'll be sitting and knitting and entertaining Addie while the other kids iceskate this morning at the indoor rink. Even three year old Chase has teeny-tiny little skates and shuffles around, following the bigger kids with the biggest grin on his face.


I woke up with big hair this morning (scary big) and so I made use of the volume with a huge messy bun. I'm wearing a weird outfit. I don't even know if it works but I'm comfortable. These knit jersey skirts are my version of yoga pants or sweat pants, they are so comfortable, and I have a few in staple colors: black, gray, and navy. This one was $5 at Marshalls. Tabeez navy long-sleeved t-shirt - free from a contest. Earth Mary-Jane shoes many years old but $20 back when I bought them. 1950's wool suit jacket, thrifted, $6 for the suit (skirt and jacket) which I grabbed when I saw it because the robin egg blue is perfect for spring.


amy said...

okay, i've been loving all these what i wore posts and i have to tell you you are killing me! you are just. too. cute. have a great day hannah!

~ Shannon said...

I dfeinitely think it works! :-)

I've been really enjoying your little series -- it's been quite the inspiration!


Teri said...

I love the things you put together, managing to look feminine and fun at the same time!

Bonnie said...

I have those same shoes, in black and brown. For some reason the black fit, but the brown seem a bit small.
They have been worth every penny of $20, having lasted 6+ years and still looking great!
Love the skirt!

Me said...

Thanks, sweet Amy. I *love-love* your new header with those blue eyes and green blanket. How I hear you on wanting to raise kiddos on a farm...
Thanks, Shannon. I always get a small thrill when I see you've posted a new blog post!
Teri, you are too kind! But yes, I think dressing should be fun.

Rebecca said...

Just gotta say, I REALLY love this little What I am Wearing series. Been meaning to tell you for a while.

You totally pull everything off. And I rock big scarves when I nurse too...that has always been my go-to trade secret. I didn't know anyone else had come up with that. You must be a kindred. ;-)

I love your hair and I enjoy seeing how you do with it almost as much as what you wear.

You are lovely.

That's all.

Chinamama4 said...

Just darling! But, um, don't your bare legs get a bit chilly? :)

Jaclyn Hicks said...

I don't post comments here often, but I must say, I love your style--so modest, beautiful, and feminine. Thank you for being such a wonderful example to all women. Have a blessed day,


Joy said...

You look lovely, Hannah! I've loved all the outfits you've posted, and also your hair styles.

Thanks for being such an inspiration!


Mrs.Rabe said...

Very nice outfit! The Robin's Egg Blue is lovely on you!


Michelle @ Give a Girl a Fig said...

I think this outfit is adorable...I love all the blues together. And I had to laugh about you waking up with "big hair" hilarious!

Mrs. Rebekah S. said...

I've read here for several months now, but am typically a bit shy of commenting. Lately, I have really enjoyed when you feature what you wore and just had to comment today. IMHO that outfit just really works! I could never, ever think of putting clothes together that way and I'm just amazed. :) I looks lovely and comfortable. You have a gift. Thanks for sharing! I greatly enjoy reading your blog. I find it encouraging and inspiring. All right, popping back into the woodwork now. :)

Janel said...

I'm not a huge jersey fan, but I really like the look of your skirt! I have some knits in my stash, I might just have to whip up a couple. I'm definitely pinning your look. : )

Ways of Zion said...

what brand is the skirt? it looks simply perfect!

ps: your style is amazing!