Sunday, April 7, 2013

What We Wore on Sunday Numero Uno

I've never done this link up before.  But I realized today that my teens are too darn cute, and too well-dressed not to share it with the world.


Me?  I wore the same thing as last week, plus this Old Navy cardigan that I made Susan loan me.  During the verrrrrry long Mass, with 4 maybe 5 homilies, some before the readings, some after, Jill wrote on my dress with a ball point pen.  It's Divine Mercy Sunday, so I'm trying to forgive.  


Lucy wore her new maxi skirt that we got at Ann Taylor Loft last Saturday during our epic shopping adventure at North Park Mall in Dallas.  The blouse is Susan's from Von Maur juniors department.  The shoes are last year's Payless goddess sandals.


Susan is wearing an open knit crewneck sweater from Old Navy, a chambray blouse from Von Maur juniors, and corduroy crops from Lands' End.  Her shoes are last year's Sperry school shoes.  We were at Old Navy last week and checked out all the mannequins there.  We noticied that chambray shirts that are everywhere, under sweaters, under jean jackets, with skirts and shorts. 

My girls dress themselves.  Obviously.  This week I requested that Lucy stop wearing her signature side ponytail.  She complied with a French braid.

They won't write their own fashion blog, so Imma gonna do it for them.


Here's Jill photo-bombing in the outfit she wore last week.  She's such a poseur.

Linking up with Fine Linen and Purple for the very first time.




9 comments:

  1. I love that you did this! Now, every week! Also, I didn't link up today because I, too, wore the same skirt and tank as Easter, just a different cardi and flats. Wah wah.

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  2. Very chic, but I expect nothing less. Epic shopping trip when I visit? Please please PLEASE!

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  3. You all look fabulous! I like that you added the girls. Great inspiration for our daughters as well. :-)

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  4. I'm copying your stance the next time I'm brave enough to do a WIWS.

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  5. so fun to do with your daughters!
    y'all look beautiful.

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  6. It never occurred to me that when my girls are older I CAN BORROW THEIR CLOTHES!!! Now I have 14 or so years to convince my 2-year-old that the world does not revolve around pink...

    You all look lovely, and your daughters are so beautiful!

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  7. very cute and savvy...keep working on those girls doing their own fashion blog!!!

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  8. You ladies look gorgeous! I only have boys so no clothes-borrowing for me, boohoo! Great pictures!

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  9. You girls are stylin! You all look like sisters :)

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Sunday, April 7, 2013

What We Wore on Sunday Numero Uno

I've never done this link up before.  But I realized today that my teens are too darn cute, and too well-dressed not to share it with the world.


Me?  I wore the same thing as last week, plus this Old Navy cardigan that I made Susan loan me.  During the verrrrrry long Mass, with 4 maybe 5 homilies, some before the readings, some after, Jill wrote on my dress with a ball point pen.  It's Divine Mercy Sunday, so I'm trying to forgive.  


Lucy wore her new maxi skirt that we got at Ann Taylor Loft last Saturday during our epic shopping adventure at North Park Mall in Dallas.  The blouse is Susan's from Von Maur juniors department.  The shoes are last year's Payless goddess sandals.


Susan is wearing an open knit crewneck sweater from Old Navy, a chambray blouse from Von Maur juniors, and corduroy crops from Lands' End.  Her shoes are last year's Sperry school shoes.  We were at Old Navy last week and checked out all the mannequins there.  We noticied that chambray shirts that are everywhere, under sweaters, under jean jackets, with skirts and shorts. 

My girls dress themselves.  Obviously.  This week I requested that Lucy stop wearing her signature side ponytail.  She complied with a French braid.

They won't write their own fashion blog, so Imma gonna do it for them.


Here's Jill photo-bombing in the outfit she wore last week.  She's such a poseur.

Linking up with Fine Linen and Purple for the very first time.




9 comments:

  1. I love that you did this! Now, every week! Also, I didn't link up today because I, too, wore the same skirt and tank as Easter, just a different cardi and flats. Wah wah.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very chic, but I expect nothing less. Epic shopping trip when I visit? Please please PLEASE!

    ReplyDelete
  3. You all look fabulous! I like that you added the girls. Great inspiration for our daughters as well. :-)

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm copying your stance the next time I'm brave enough to do a WIWS.

    ReplyDelete
  5. so fun to do with your daughters!
    y'all look beautiful.

    ReplyDelete
  6. It never occurred to me that when my girls are older I CAN BORROW THEIR CLOTHES!!! Now I have 14 or so years to convince my 2-year-old that the world does not revolve around pink...

    You all look lovely, and your daughters are so beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  7. very cute and savvy...keep working on those girls doing their own fashion blog!!!

    ReplyDelete
  8. You ladies look gorgeous! I only have boys so no clothes-borrowing for me, boohoo! Great pictures!

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  9. You girls are stylin! You all look like sisters :)

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