This week had some odd dynamics for me, namely that most of my family was gone at some point during the week. Timm traveled for work. Norah spent thirteen hours a day at band camp. And Lillian left for church camp. It was just me and Henry-dog for most of the days, which is not a bad way to spend a week.
Here is what I wore this week…
Lillian calls these my picnic shorts, and I think that is so cute. I own these shorts in this pattern and in the white linen, and they are amazing. Stretchy waist-band, modest length, full leg. I don’t wear shorts very often, so when I find a pair that I like, I feel great.
I did some more digging into the depths of my closet this week to see how I felt about some older items, including this swishy fire-red skirt from J.Crew circa 2019. It’s a keeper. As is this classic boatneck striped shirt that literally looks cute with everything. I consider it a closet staple.
Linen pants and a gingham top for the win. These pants continue to be one of my favorite recent purchases.
On Tuesday I decided to clean out my storage units. So I geared up, wore comfortable athletic clothes, and set out only to discover the keys to said storage unit were in the car that Timm took to the airport. I was not made about avoiding this task, but now I am going to have to tackle it next week. Gross.
This breezy dress is so good. After three years in my closet, I still love wearing this piece, and layering it over a white t-shirt is a great alternative.
I have a lot of jeans in my closet, but lately, these are the ones I gravitate towards the most. They are the J.Crew curvy vintage slim straight. The length looks great with summer shoes, and the curvy cut is my favorite.
I decided to kick it old school and wear the outfit I literally wore almost every day for years when I was first opening Hurley House. Jeans, white shirt, grey New Balance sneakers. It hits every time and manages to look cute while being super functional and easy to wear.