One way of keeping some type of normalcy under the State-wide Stay-at-Home-Order? Walks with Zoey. Fortunate to have a few parks near our house for change of scenery during our walks (which are empty)…even though most walks are around the neighborhood these days.
Another way to make things feel a tad more normal? Not wearing sweats/joggers/leggings everyday. It’s nothing new that one feels much better when we step out of loungewear. I know I do. While this is not an everyday occurrence these days, it does happen occasionally, even if it’s for only part of the day. Some days are hair-and-makeup-done days and most days are makeup free days and I’m lucky if I comb my hair.
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This jacket was kinda love at first sight. I loved the neutral color and the style. It can be cinched at the waist. It does run a tad roomy (wearing xs below). You can stick to your size or size down.
I already shared the love of this tee in this post – love the square neck. It runs true to size.
Jacket – c/o Ann Taylor | Striped Tee c/o Ann Taylor | Jeans c/0 Ann Taylor | Sneakers (I sized down) c/o Ann Taylor
Just a few try-on pieces below and they’re currently on sale.
This sheath dress is even more gorgeous in person. I was nervous that 0 would be too tight (usually 0 in most sheath dresses is tight around the hips but perfect on top. Size 2 is usually great on the bottom but big on the top.) But this one is actually not tight (fitted yes. Tight no). I went with 0 Tall for extra length (for ref. I’m 5’6″)Dress in 0 Tall c/o Ann Taylor | Shoes
A somewhat closer look at the dress.
I already decided this is going to be a date night dress as soon as this craze it’s over. Or I could wear it during our pizza night at home. Because…why not?! 😉 Wearing size 0 Tall below Dress in 0 Tall c/o AT | Shoes tts c/o AT
This top is roomier on the bottom fyi (which I personally don’t mind). Wearing xs below. Jeans are old from Ann Taylor. Top | Sandals |
A few more pretty pieces:
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