Before I had kids I had never been able to curl my hair. In high school I tried lots of devices and products and could never get a curl/wave to stay more than an hour. One of the results of pregnancy for me, though, is that my hair is now a bit thicker and actually has some texture. I just started adding some waves a couple months back and like how it looks. I'm, however, out of practice and rarely have a lot time alone in the bathroom (kids!) so I don't get to do it as often as I'd like and am still mastering the technique.
|cowl: gift/diy (similar $55), shirt: old, belt: thrift, skirt: thrift (similar $110),|
shoes: dsw (similar $37)
This dress is an old one for Anthropologie. My mother-in-law took the hem down a bit for me a couple years back. However, it still feels a little too short to wear with out tights - kids make short hemlines more complicated. With some thick sweater tights, though, it feels presentable - you at least won't be able see anything if I happen to bend over in too much of a hurry.
|cardigan: vintage/thrift (similar $50 or $60), dress: anthrpologie, necklace: f21 (similar $13)|
earrings: charming charlies, tights: target (similar $12), shoes: gift (same)
It's gotten really cold here again. When I'm not layering tights, I prefer cords; they are so much warmer than jeans!
|cardigan: vs (similar $48) shirt: old navy (similar $25), pants: h&m (similar $93 or $40), |
boots: old navy (same)