Hey everyone, we made it to September!
Now this, is a Paganne.
I suspect the dress was re-styled into a halter style as I don't recall any Pagannes in that style, but it was well done and unlike the skirt I found hacked into badly re-sewn pieces, I'll be happy to wear this. Someday, I'm going to find the print I want (and have been looking for pretty much forever) but I'll gladly take this one for five bucks.
Before we talk more clothing, can we just pause to admire these tomatoes grown from "last chance" (ie: almost dead) plants I bought off the clearance table at the garden centre? They just needed to get planted, and have some water. Our growing season is long in Nebraska, so I sort of knew they'd still be flowering into September.
I've been going through my packed away clothing and re-considering things that previously didn't fit. I'm loathe to invest money in clothing for a body size I don't intend to maintain once I'm healthier, but raiding the clothes I purchased with the intention to sell has been working to my advantage. I don't think I've ever been 110 lbs/49 kg as an adult, so I really don't have that many old clothes to continue wearing. Anyway, here's some of the cool dresses I bought for someone else that are going to temporarily be mine.
This beauty is a silk-like material, but I don't think it is silk.
A few pretty dresses will help to make the best of a bad situation.
Moving on, here's what I wore on my last early morning grocery run
Let's just not even discuss the horse medicine thing, OK?
The creative minds at Shifty Thrifting made some limited edition Beet Poot earring, so I had to purchase a pair.
While I'm taking photos in the mirror, here's a more casual look. I've never really been a sweat suit sort of person, but it is soft and comfortable to wear which is a priority for me right now. No worries, I won't be jogging. This also from the children's department at Target. Note how long everything is. Sigh. And now I've started shrinking.
and remember kids, if someone offers you horse de-worming medicine to treat covid, just say neighhhhhh.