Friday, August 12, 2011

Everyday Bombshell

A friend of mine was posting on Facebook a few days ago, recalling things from childhood that she missed. One of them was Track and Field Day at school. Me? I hated Track & Field Day. It was a day of torture- running races and jumping rope as many times as possible in a minute and seeing who could punt the football the farthest? entire day of gym class? No thanks!

And yet, I realized that today's outfit was chosen for the grown-up version of Track & Field Day: my department's annual summer picnic. I work with a lot of really fun people, so the summer picnic is not nearly as traumatic as Track & Field Day. But we do grill out and play games (Minute to Win It style). I find it amusing that, for as much as we all grow up, we kind of never actually do.

The Outfit:
Emmylou Tunic- c/o Sealed with a Kiss
Mossimo skinny jeans- Torrid
Jeweled belt- Gap
Gold swirly necklace- Entourage (boutique in Athens, GA)
Gold hoop earrings- Lia Sophia
Ballet flats- Payless Shoes


  1. oooohhh... I really like this outfit! :) I used to love track and field days... I was a very athletic kid growing up. Not so much anymore. But I still love games, and minute to win it style games are just an excuse for a lot of fun and laughter! Hope you have a great day!

  2. I just love this outfit! Really, right down to the ballet flats! I love the tunic, necklace and earrings. The belt too! Lol. Everything, like I said. You sooo cute!

  3. That is a really cute outfit! I hated field day in elementary school, since I wasn't a very athletic kid.

  4. I think this might actually be my favorite outfit post from you this week! I love your style, and this is something I could easily make work for myself as a college student.

    Hope you had fun! Thanks!

  5. I hated track and field day too! It was always stressful and slightly traumatizing. I wonder if they still do it these days...
    and ps. That color is amazing on you!!


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