Monthly Archives: March 2007

More from the Homefront

What She Wore: Khaki capris; black and tan polka dot shirt with a v-neck; black strappy sandals.  Sorry about the last post.  Something about being home just puts you back in those old habits–one of them is whining about your … Continue reading

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Duped

What She Wore: jean capris; navy blue tank top with white swirls; white hoodie; navy, red, and white strappy slides.  Sorry, no shoe pics–I’m without my camera at the moment. I realize that this trip home was a trick.  There … Continue reading

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Drama Rama

What She Wore: Navy blue running pants; white t-shirt; navy blue tennis shoes.  I am getting SO big that nothing fits!!! Oh well, I guess that means more shopping! Something pretty crazy happened this week.    On Wednesday morning my … Continue reading

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Off Track

What She Wore: White V-neck tee; straight, black skirt; polka dot espadrilles with red laces.  The shoes are hard to describe–I’ll try to get a picture up by the end of the night, but a guy I work with described them … Continue reading

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A Little Clarity. . . and some random stuff

What She Wore: Navy blue skirt with little white polka dots; white polo with a ruffle around the collar and cuffs; navy blue slides with a small white bow, and a kitten heel. Having a blog is a great chance … Continue reading

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A New Twist

What She Wore: Button down, black shirt dress; black slides with a big button and a kitten heel. Well, I certainly didn’t intend to to put anyone in suspense.  My news is bound to be anti-climatic now, but here is … Continue reading

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Quick Quick

What She Wore: black and white (or beige) poka shirt with a v-neck, and flutter sleeves; khaki pants; black slides with beading. Got a compliment on the shoes–seriously, when you’re twenty pounds heavier than you used to be, that MAKES … Continue reading

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