Yeah, this is what I'd wear to drive that bobcat around. It's almost as if it has become a permanent fixture in our backyard. And it is most definitely what happens when you start projects close to the holidays. Live and learn.
"Hey Kids! How many times I gotta tell ya to keep off that construction equipment!" And stop throwin' yer brother in the mud. Confound it." Well, we aren't even letting them go back there but that is what I imagine it would be like if we did.
But mud and mess isn't keeping me from taking advantage of some photo opps. I know you're digging my Hollywood backdrop. :)
And let's talk VERY briefly about hiding away those few extra pounds I may or may not have put on over the last two months. Afterall, I don't plan on keeping these lovey-dovey handles brought on by some major comfort food and sweets or maybe in part by dare I say it - age!! (Goals and resolutions to come...)
- Layers, layers, layers. Is it a clingy material? I add a vest, sweater, or light jacket over top like in the pics above. Note - Sweater on top of clingy material equals clingy together and defeats the layering purpose. Still shows and I know from experience.
- Bulky is in. Go ahead and take advantage of the bulky styles and wear those big sweatshirts. I just make sure that I wear fitted bottoms so I don't end up looking sloppy.
- If it still shows...I choose something else! I don't want to be uncomfortable or self-concious so I will just put it away until later. Hopefully, this will also aid in motivation. I have a couple pairs of pants that I just cannot pull off right now. Another motivation - no upsizing.
- Spanks? I don't own any and it may be better that way for me. More motivation...I hope.
Jacket: Banana Republic (Christmas gift)
Shirt: Wet Seal (last year)
Jeans: GAP (early fall)
Boots: 5th Anniversary (OLD)
Necklace & Bracelet: Premiere
Earrings: Charming Charlie
Purse: Liz Claiborne (Goodwill)