Plaid Pants

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Well,  it's Wednesday again, and I keep wondering where the weeks are going!  We are so excited to welcome our little guy into the world, but I also feel like there are dozens of things that need to get done before that happens, specifically a market days that I signed up to participate in at the beginning of December.  I am selling baby bow-ties and headbands, reusable produce bags, cloth napkins and other assorted things, which I am frantically trying to finish.  I am posting a lot of them now on my Etsy Shop, so if you are looking for bow-ties for family photos or cloth napkins as gifts ( I would say it's too early to think about Christmas gifts and family photos, but this week it's November!), you ought to look now, because I am taking it all to the market!

A little about this outfit:
I have been dying to wear these pants, but since it is still in the high 80's most days, it has seemed a little too hot.  And they look like winter... At any rate, these are one of the few pairs of non-maternity pants that I have that still fit!  And I LOVE them!  There is something fabulous about the black-watch plaid that just feels classy and cozy!  Maybe it will eventually get cool and I will be able to put them in the rotation.  For now, I guess I will just have to be okay with pencil skirts and maternity jeans.

jacket: anthropologie (similar)// t-shirt: downeast basics// pants: jc penney(similar)// shoes: ross(similar)// purse: Kate Spade (similar)// necklace: francesca's (similar)


  1. Such a good look on you! And you know I'm a HUGE fan of Black Watch Plaid!!

    1. Thanks! I think of you every time I wear these pants! I love the Black Watch, too and I think it is because of you :)

  2. I've noticed you get quite a few pants at JCPenny. They look great on you. You'll have to check out the baby/kid section at JCpenny as well... i think they've improved their quality of clothes drastically the last few years.


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