I've been focusing inward lately. Like on my new home, specifically :) Focusing on decor, colors, fabrics, new furniture, whoooo! My head is spinning with inspiration!
So Thursday, I took a break from going out and stayed in to marinate in all my ideas. And possibly watch Goonies.
But these days, I'm living in the middle of everything as soon as I walk out of my front door. And since I like to always feel my best (and feeling my best means looking my best), even when I was cozied down inside, the couple times I needed to escort my doggie outside for a tinkle, I quickly transformed my house wear into an ensemble that was more than doable for a quick outing.
From staying in to stepping out, all I needed was a crisp business shirt and earrings. Nothing more.
A pair of gypsy pants, an old business shirt and my comfy little bra top I always wear to bed. Coming together, it made the best outfit for a me-time day.
gypsy pants: AllSaints / mens shirt: PINK / bra top: Free People / earrings: Karla Deras for Roman Luxe
These absolutely gorgeous earrings I'm wearing by Karla for Roman Luxe were a gift from my mother for Christmas. I love Karla Deras's blog, Karla's Closet and I equally adore her collaboration of jewelry with Roman Luxe. That girl is on point!! And her jewelry designs are just as incredible.
As casual of a day it was, this was actually the first time I wore them.
And while inside, I kept it even more simple.
For the record, I didn't wear my earrings inside but kept them on for the shoot cus I'm fancy like that.
I also took some photos of things that have been taking up my idle attention lately:
our Stendig calendar newly hung in our living room.... Some mags and my favorite interior decorating book, Domino... And my artsy husband put our kitchen chalkboard to use that morning. Not for groceries. It's been raining lately so of course he felt poetic. As he does :)
The day was also spent avoiding dealing with my
not so Tiny Closet. Ugghhhh :( But I've got some ideas that I'm excited to share that may alleviate the stress...
More on that later!