Why is this pic so blurry?? Oh well…you still get the idea. This was another travel day. This time, traveling back home so again you know that I am all about the comfort factor.
Y’all remember I said I was going to keep this kimono in my fall wardrobe? Well here it is! I personally think the colors are better suited for fall. Overall we have a pretty mild winter as well so this will work well even beyond fall.
Monday: | Boyfriend capris by JCP
Tuesday I had a couple of appointments as well as an event to go to in the evening. I needed to wear something that would work for both so I chose a black top and my new olive green Liz Claiborne pants.
You’ll notice I have my cute new shoes on. Those did not last through the evening because I am still trying to “break them in” and they started to hurt my feet a bit. I switched them out for some leopard print flats.
Tuesday: | Liz Claiborne pants
It’s WooHoo Wednesday and today and I’ve got one of my favorite a.n.a. button up shirts. Or is it button down? Either way this is a fav and I have it in several colors.
Wednesday: a.n.a. top | Liz Claiborne jeans
This week I paired my wine colored polka-dot tunic top from Stylus with my olive Liz Claiborne pants.
Thursday: Stylus top | Liz Claiborne pants
It’s FRIDAY! WooHoo!! A lightweight sweater over this teal colored top and my fav Liz Claiborne jeans is a great way to end my week.
Friday: a.n.a. top | Liz Claiborne jeans
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Stay awesome y’all!! ~lisa
This week was not going to be a usual one as I was going to be traveling. We started off the week by going to church on Sunday so of course I wore my church shirt. And by church shirt I mean the t-shirt with our church logo on it. I wear it almost every Sunday and would probably wear it every day because it is that comfortable.
Sunday: Church t-shirt | a.n.a. capris
I try to plan out my outfits for the entire week so that I have one less thing to think about in the morning and this week was no exception. So for Monday I paired one of my favorite Briggs New York tops with a black maxi skirt. But can we take a moment for my shoes? I mean, how cute are they?
Monday: Briggs New York top | black maxi skirt
Tuesday was a last minute prep day and I forgot to take a pic of what I wore. I can assure you that whatever it was, it was super comfy.
Wednesday was our first travel day to Washington state and I wore my brand new tunic top from Stylus and paired it with some leggings. When traveling comfort is key for me….heck comfort is key every day for me!
Wednesday: Stylus top | leggings
Thursday brought another new Stylus tunic top and I must say….I really, really love them! I paired it with an olive green pair of Liz Claiborne pants.
Thursday: Stylus top | Liz Claiborne pants
It’s cooler in the Pacific Northwest and so I was able to rock out my green flannel H&M shirt. Under it I have a white graphic tee and with it I wore my Liz Claiborne jeans.
Friday: H&M flannel | Liz Claiborne jeans
Another flannel, this time from J. Crew was what I chose for Saturday. I paired it with some black Liz Claiborne jeans.
Saturday: J. Crew flannel | Liz Claiborne pants
Well that was what I wore last week!
Stay awesome y’all!! ~lisa
Comfort is key. I of course take into consideration other variables such as the time of year I’m traveling and the length of my flight but my main focus is comfort. No one wants to be squirming or feel uncomfortable, particularly if it is a long flight.
It’s fall (FINALLY) here in Texas so today I chose leggings because, well, leggings. I paired it with a plum colored long-sleeved tunic top and some simple black flats.
Stylus top | Leggings | Dexflex flats
If you stalk me on Instagram then you will know that this pose is my classic OOTD pose.
I tried to get a better “view” of what I was wearing but the airport bathroom had not so great lighting.
And lastly, you can’t see this in either pic but this top is not in a petite size and I had to roll up the sleeves just a bit and then they still felt too long. Also, the type of material was a serious static magnet. How do you get rid of static? It caused my hair to get staticky (is that even a word?) and I ended up just putting my hair up in a bun.
Bottom line though it was a very comfortable outfit and one I will definitely be wearing again, particularly when I travel.
We loved the Eagle Creek Pack-It System Starter Set so much…we bought another one!
Eagle Creek Pack-It System Starter Set
The starter set comes with a garment folder (M), a half cube and a cube.
The half cube is great for smaller things like underwear, socks, bras etc.
The full cube is awesome for things like t-shirts, night clothes, swimwear etc.
With all the cubes you can either roll or fold the clothes and you can compress them when you zip it up. They really help you maximize space.
The garment folder or envelope, is probably my favorite thing! It comes with a plastic board that guides you on how to fold the clothes and then you are able to compress the items very neatly for packing.
Garment Folder | M
We were able to pack 12 shirts in one folder and they only needed a light pressing when we got to our destination.
The system helps us not only keep our clothing organized and compact, it also helps with other items too. We use a smaller cube, the quarter cube, for our essential electronics accessories like our phone chargers, camera battery chargers etc.
The cubes come in a variety of colors and while the packing cubes are a little expensive, they really are worth the investment. They’ll help make your traveling life easier by saving you space in your luggage and keeping your items organized.
Hope this helps y’all as you plan your next adventure! We’ll be posting a video soon on how we use our packing cubes.
Stay awesome!! ~lisa
I love the colors in this top. The colors feel like they could cross over into my fall capsule wardrobe but the material is a very thin, chiffon type fabric so I am thinking I’ll put this one up for the fall/winter. I could change my mind.
This outfit just screams glamour, don’t you think? It’s my State Fair of Texas Livestock Committee Volunteer shirt and I paired it with my favorite Liz Claiborne jeans. The orange vest? Well that’s a one of a kind specialty item that I unfortunately didn’t get to keep. It’s got some pizazz though…for dayyyyyysssss.
This outfit brought out a random fashion rule that I didn’t realize I had. See those super cute leopard print shoes (Payless if you are wondering)? Well they have that kind of light brownish color in them so I just feel like I should accessorize with gold jewelry. But the shoes have silver pony beads and that threw me off. Obviously I went for the gold but it made me realize that I had a rule about wearing leopard and gold…who knew.
I totally feel like a munchkin when I wear this maxi skirt but I also love it and won’t stop wearing it.
I paired this black knit vest with my teal top and I like the look. Just trying to mix things up and keep them interesting as I transition to my fall pieces.
WooHoo it’s Friday! I volunteered again and so I’m wearing that awesome volunteer shirt but seriously….I need to clean my TOMS.
Hope y’all had a great week! Link your blog in the comments so I can see what you wore!
Stay awesome! ~lisa