Jeans: J Brand Lovestory
Shoes that you can't see: Target
I usually check the weather every morning when I'm getting dressed. Yesterday's forecast said it would be lows in the 50s, and a high of 68. So, I put on a skirt and my new springy wedges, but then as I looked outside, it looked so miserable and cold that I turned around and put on pants instead.
As I drove into town, the clouds parted and the sun came out, and then I totally regretted not wearing that skirt. I guess it didn't really matter though, since I spent the entire day sitting in front of a computer screen, and a skirt or pants made no difference.
Also? The sun happened to be playing peek-a-boo with the clouds while I was taking my pictures, which is why my shirt is in various shades of purple and my shadow appears and disappears. I'd try to color correct the photos but I don't really feel like it (and I don't know how either, so it's not like I could even if I wanted to). I am, however, proud of my skillz in Photoshopping out my crooked shirt. The wrinkles were seriously bugging me.