With temperatures topping out in the 60’s and dropping into the 20’s this week, a family cold epidemic was inevitable.

Skirt, shirt and cardigan: All purchased at Old Navy a couple of months ago. There are pockets on the skirt which can hold a multitude of crusty Kleenex.

Shoes: picked those up at Goodwill last night. They’re like new and totally awesome even if they’re rendered only lame granny style in this photo.

Hanky: former burp cloth

 

And since Teddy already marked his snotty territory on my left shoulder…

But look I can pull it all together for a headshot in front of some hand lettering I wrote on our living room wall. Raw nose is nicely hidden by a jazzy Instagram filter. Mouth breathing has rendered my lips a cool, pasty white.

Thankfully, the digital distance between us will protect you from the virus that’s only starting its two month journey through our home. I’ve got a fever that can only be quenched by visiting the other ladies at Fine Linen and Purple; making stylish Mass fashions contagious for eight amazing weeks.

{WIWS} If Being Fashionable Is An Illness,Then I Am Sick With Style

7 thoughts on “{WIWS} If Being Fashionable Is An Illness,Then I Am Sick With Style

  • 12/09/2012 at 3:26 pm
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    I like the length of your skirt- and that’s some-a sweet wall art!

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  • 12/09/2012 at 5:23 pm
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    ha. I love seeing when you’ve put up a new post can only hope you start to post multiple times a day. many thanks in advance.

    a goodwiller after my own heart — I always go straight for the shoe section right after I go nuts in the swimsuit aisle.

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  • 12/10/2012 at 12:38 am
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    You know what’s awesome about the color blue? Any tint of any shade matches with any other tint of any shade. You just can’t do that with red, you know? Blue is amazing. Love this outfit!

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  • 12/10/2012 at 8:22 am
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    Great outfit. And I heard that snot is the must-have accessory this season!

    And why does everyone else seem to find such great things at Goodwill?

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  • 12/10/2012 at 3:49 pm
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    I agree with Deme, you make being sick look lovely. 🙂

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