When we lost power a few weeks ago, we had to light a bunch of candles and proceeded to drink wine and play some cribbage. Hubs declared that we should do weekly candle night, but it never came to fruition. Last night, I actually made a real dinner for once, so we celebrated by popping opening some wine and lighting candles while Bridget sat nearby in her high chair and ate Puffs for dessert. I made balsamic chicken, probably my favorite Weight Watchers recipe I've tried so far, couscous, and asparagus.
|Shirt: vintage DVF; Vest and Cami: New York & Company; Cords: Gap; Necklace and Shoes: Target|
I believe this blue shirt is maybe one of only two vintage items I own. Honestly, I only bought it for two reasons--it was $6, and it's Diane Von Furstenberg. Later once I got it home, I noticed the bottom had been hemmed by a previous owner and there was a small stain even after washing. But, all that was easily solved by layering.
I didn't necessarily feel like myself in this outfit. I kind of felt like a fashionable dude with my collared shirt, sweater vest, and slim cut pants. Had I cuffed the pants and wore loafers or brogues, I would've been even more dude-like. So while I like the idea of this outfit, it definitely needs a bit of tweaking.