Wow, 4 blog posts in one week? I'm quite proud of myself for being able to find the time to do this.
I'm starting to get sad about camp coming to an end. I've really enjoyed all of the folks that I work with and the chance to be in such a creative environment. I haven't had that type of interaction since college and I really miss being around like minded creative people. I moved around a lot as a kid and as an adult and because of this I've developed this weird way of pulling myself out of a situation or place and am able to see it as it's happening. It's very hard to describe, but it's like everything slows down and the details become far more defined, or like being able to take a very detailed photo of an entire place or very small, what some would consider insignificant, detail. Well, I had one of those moments during our end of day Song Session today. Everything just slowed down and became hyper detailed and I instantly became nostalgic for something that has yet to end.
All of that probably sounded really odd, so I'm going to get on with my outfit.
My mom bought me this dress last weekend as an early birthday present. I have never owned a jersey dress before, as I generally prefer my fabric a bit stiffer, but oh my goodness is it soft. The color is great, it's light weight and I like the way it drapes. My only issue is that it has a tendency to be a little clingy, but I think this can be remedied by different leggings or undergarments. I think the dress will transition nicely into the autumn months as well, which is really important as I generally wear all of my clothes year round.
Dress: Old Navy
Belt: Old Navy
Cardigan: Old Navy
Necklace: Pretty Penny Mae Jewelry
I didn't realize when I got dressed that I was in head to toe Old Navy. For those of you interested in it, I couldn't find it on the Old Navy website (it's in the straight size range), but we found it in the store on the sales rack, so that might be an option for some of you.