Friday, September 3, 2010

Neapolitan and Pumpkin?

See, I did wear the double-layer woven bow cardigan two days in a row. I hadn't intended to but at the last minute I switched it out from a purple one and it gave a totally different feel for the neapolitan pencil skirt so I went with it.  Sorry I was a little messy by the time I was able to get to an OOTD picture but that is how it goes now-a-days :o)
Cardigan-LOFT
Victoria Ruffle Tissue Cami-J Crew
Neapolitan Pencil Skirt-J Crew
Belt-Banana Republic
Shoes-Mootsies Tootsies

And here is a little snippet of what goes on in my house in the mornings:

Me: Hey Christopher. How are you?
Christopher: I'm three.
Cooper: I three too
Christopher: No, I'm three!
Cooper: No, I three!
Christopher: No, Cooper. I'm three.
(screaming, pushing, and grabbing ensue)

Here is to the Labor Day weekend!

10 comments:

Handbags*N*Pigtails said...

You look beautiful! Got my BR necklace this morning and was pleasantly surprised at how much bigger it is in person! I love it! Thanks for such a great deal:)
Sarah
HandbagsNPigtails.blogspot.com

Jessica said...

I love that skirt and every time I see it I'm sad I missed out on it. Oh well, there's always ebay right. Have a great weekend!

Rose said...

Great outfit! Have a good weekend!

Jan Russell said...

Oooh, this does change up the skirt beautifully - it looks great with the pumpkin color, Debye!

Hope you have a great weekend - mine are outside sparring with golf clubs (the plastic kind, but still)

Jenni said...

Love this outfit...I got that cardigan but think I want to exchange it for a size bigger...it's a little tight in the arms. Love the banter between your boys...so cute! =)

gigiofca said...

That's an excellent match :-)

Amy said...

The sweater is perfect with the skirt! Your kids sound like mine. :)

triciathomas said...

I love the cardi with that skirt!!! Your house sounds like mine!

Barbara said...

all those yummy fall colors look wonderful on you!! golden girl!! "miss you..." where r u??

fabumom in nc said...

I so understand those morning conversations involving the kids. We've been working with our 4 year and teaching him his full address. So, we've repeatedly gone over the information and then have him repeat it all back to us. I asked him the other morning (after doing this numerous times) where he lives and he responds, "In my house, mommy," while giving me a "like duh" look. Also, anything that goes wrong in the mornings, he always blames our dogs. Ah, childhood......