What I Wore Sunday: Clothes For Fickle Weather

Any other SAHMs out there interested in writing about your style struggles and successes (or work-from-home moms, or part-at-home/ part-outside-the-home working moms)?  I’m in the market for guest posts.  I am usually at the top of Google’s search results on this topic, if you can believe it.  But there’s only so much material I can generate on my own (ahem).   Let’s discuss: thisfelicitouslife @ gmail dot com.

Last week the weather was hot and I wore this, but I was quite warm with the cardigan and all:

blue skirt, pink cardigan, teal tank with sequins

And today is rainy and wet and I wore this and it was just right.

IMG_4176 Trench coat, green Old Navy polka dot sweater

Aaaaaaand that’s all I’ve got.  Happy Sunday everyone, especially all of you linking up at at FL&P today!

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15 thoughts on “What I Wore Sunday: Clothes For Fickle Weather

  1. I love both outfits, but if I had to pick, I’d say the second one with that awesome sweater wins. Love the pop of color and the all black mix of skirt, tights and boots. Classy and fun.. The bright colors look good on you.

  2. I’ve never considered myself super fashionable but… since becoming a SAHM I do think about it more and try harder… So if you really need guest bloggers I could do a maternity themed skirt/dress with boots Fall post? Never done anything like that before but I love reading other mom’s fashion posts, so thought I’d offer and it is kind of my “SAHM uniform”. That and ballet flats/leggings/jean skirts with a sweater/scarf.

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