What I Wore {post 16}

Hello!  I hope your Wednesday is going well.  I'm going to apologize in advance for the lack of home-related posts on the blog lately (and for the foreseeable future).  I'm in the thick of triathlon training and Summer weekend plans, so my time to complete home stuff is really at a minimum.  I have a few projects I can probably squeeze in from time to time, but for the most part, I'm just not going to be around the house to work on them!  But I'll be working and training ... so the "what I wore" posts and triathlon posts will keep the blog humming right along.  Up today is a round-up of my recent Summer outfits. 

* Summery White Top & Army Green Wrap Skirt *

This is one of my favorite easy-breezy Summer outfits.  The top is from TJ Maxx and is one of those light white cotton tops with crochet detailing.  It's very sheer and comfy, so I wear a camisole underneath.  The faux wrap skirt in army green is a Mossimo skirt from Target from a few years ago.   

* Floral Blouse & Jeans *

I wore this on a casual Friday at work.  I wore my Gap boyfriend jeans rolled up with the floral blouse I got at Target.  I decided to unbutton it and wear a black tank under it.  I paired the whole thing with my orange flat sandals from Target.  Looking at the pictures now, I'm not crazy about the jeans.  This outfit would have been better with white shorts or a skirt. Ah ... outfit hindsight.  

* Bright Blue Cotton Dress *

This dress is about three years old from Target and I'm pretty sure it was about $15 when I bought it.  It is way too casual for work, so I wore it out to dinner and shopping with my friend Heather.  It was insanely hot the day we met so I wanted something light and easy.  Its empire waist, so it's very tricky (read: I don't want to look pregnant in it).  I wore an emerald green tank under it because the neckline is  very deep v-neck.  I wore my leather slides and my hair in a knot.  

Ahhh Summer.  I hope you're staying cool these days!  What do you wear when the temperature is unbearable?

See you swoon,

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