My Mom-in-law had warned me about the humidity in Kansas and Missouri. She said all she could wear, after moving here from the dry state of Utah, was woven shirts (they 'breathe' better than knit). A few short years after they moved here from Utah, we did the same thing. Now, I still wear lots and lots of t-shirts and knit fabrics, but on occasion the humidity is especially high...so I pull out a button-down shirt (which is woven).
This shirt is mostly black and white, but some of the floral print is in a sepia tone (hints of brown). I grabbed my black cropped pants to emphasize the black in the floral print, and metallic sandals for a polished look.
Top: IZOD Outlet, Pants: Gap Outlet, Shoes: Kohl's (a couple of years ago)
Speaking of humidity: I flat ironed my hair the other day, but I just couldn't keep it from going frizzy (see the hair on the left side of my head in the picture below). I know I'm not the only one with this problem...Anyone know of a good hair product that truly fights the frizz but doesn't make your hair smell funny? I'm taking suggestions!
Top: Camila Clothing, Undershirt: DownEast Basics, Jeans: American Eagle, Shoes: ? (now I can't even find where these shoes are in the house--what's up with that? I can tell you that they are probably older than my daughter, whose 5), Bracelet: One Little Momma
Widget likes to jump in when the Hubby is taking a picture of me. We let her pose for a couple of shots, then directed her attention elsewhere...sneaky parents, we are! I wanted to include her outfit in today's post, though, because I absolutely love her vest (I really wish I could find one in my size!).
Top: Old Navy, Vest: thrifted (Old Navy), Shorts: Thred-up online thrift store (Faded Glory), Shoes: Skechers
I am curious...What's the weather been like in your neck of the woods?
What do you wear to stay comfortable day to day?