So I had a pretty epic weekend.
And I needed it. My brain was mush by the time Friday rolled around. I was in need of girlfriend/sister/family time and I got more of that than I could have asked for. I spent time with one of my favorites, Miss Baby Boy Bakery herself, on Friday. We are just crazy together and we seriously never stop laughing. Like ever. I also spent some time with my Gram, who has Alzheimer's, that day. That was tough but seeing Jacqui made it so much easier. My baby sister came in from AZ and we spent Saturday day at Disneyland. Spending time with her is so refreshing. She knows me, gets me and LOVES me in spite of it all. THEN on Saturday night I FINALLY saw Wicked. My friend invited me to go with her and I felt so blessed. On Sunday I drove up to the Central Coast to spend time with my other sister, the babies and my parents. It was long over due. I packed up to spend the first half of the week up here. Definitely a perk of working from home, I can work anywhere there is an Internet connection. Honestly, driving up the coast and blasting my music really helps soothe my soul. Something about the beach I tell you!
This is the outfit that I wore to see Wicked. I wanted to be a little dressier because I believe in getting dressed up to go to the Theater. BUT since I would be sitting for hours I wanted to still be comfortable. I opted for a jersey pencil skirt, basic tee and leather jacket. Dressy with an edge. I was SO THANKFUL that I have "The Classics" in my closet. When you pair staples together you will always have a look that is in style. Every woman should have these three items in their closet at all times.
What I Wore:
Jacket: Old (Similar)
Skirt: Old Navy Jersey Pencil Skirt
Heels: Theyskens' Theory, old (pretty similar for a great price)
Earrings: Stella and Dot 'Petra Fringe'
Bracelet: Tasha, old (fun similar look)