Yesterday I had a busy day and not enough time between appointments to come home and change so this post shows how I did it just by changing my accessories.
This was my planned lunch outfit. I wore a navy v-neck tee from Cabi (old), with coordinating navy Mleggings also from Cabi. I wore suede caged sandals with a block heel from Stuart Weitzman (old), and a very old (but still fun) tan straw bag with rattan handles. My necklace is one I wear a lot, a silver multi layered one with coordinating bracelets, both from Evereve (old). I added a white cotton J.Crew outlet Caryn cardigan for a top layer and for probable air conditioning. Lastly I wore my stainless steel Ebel watch (old, classic) and small pearl dangly earrings (a gift).
These are Mleggings. They’re a combination legging and shortish skirt both out of a cotton knit. As my daughter Becky says, no one over 50 should be running around town with an uncovered fanny! I agree! So this does the trick and is very comfortable. I’ll be featuring a few other companies with similar products in an upcoming blog but my good friend Colleen swears by a product called the spantaloon by fathat.com.
My first stop was physical therapy 🤕 so I wore the same clothing items but I omitted the bracelets, and necklace. I swapped the sandals out for these light Grey gym shoes by ASICS. Lastly I wore my new Vogue sunglasses 😎 that I had made into prescription lenses at Target. I love the oversized look with just a bit of silver detail on the arms.
So after physical therapy, I put on the fun jewelry and sandals. I grabbed my purse and went to a delicious lunch with my good friend Sandy.
Lastly I returned home where my golden retriever, Bubba was eagerly awaiting a long walk. So off came the jewelry, on went the gym shoes and a new hat.
So lovely readers, this was how I went from physical therapy, to lunch and then for a long walk all in the same outfit. What do you wear when you have a hectic day like this one? Please let me know below in the comments section.
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PS If you would like to see several other looks with me wearing a cardigan, check out this blog post.