OOTD – Politically Incorrect President’s Day
Hello Friends and Happy President’s Day 2013
Lucky lucky you if you are home today on holiday because “it’s as cold as a witches’ tit”! I remember that as being one of my mother’s favorite sayings during those cold New York winters. Do you remember any crude statements that your parents or grandparents liked to say way before it would be considered politically incorrect? (careful)
In honor of President’s Day I was going to wear Red with Blue and White Polka Dots but it’s just too cold. Instead I chose the warm and cozy flannel shirt that my son put in the “to be donated” box but never made it, a thrifted khaki skirt and knee high boots – it’s all about keeping warm! I like these boots because they can be worn full length showing the brass studs or folded over to reveal the leopard print – two styles in one for less than $20!
Flannel Shirt – son’s giveaway // Skirt – GW Boutique (Goodwill) // Boots – Rugged Wearhouse // Watch – Avon // Rings, Earrings and Bracely – Jewelry Box // Belt -
I’ve added more pictures to my “As Seen Through My Car Window” page – check them out when you get a chance.
Linking up today with ColorBlind: Thrifters Anonymous & Megnificent Monday - hop over and meet a new blogger.
Have a fantabulous afternoon – Smooches!
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