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Hello Nzuri! It’s the last day of Kwanzaa, these days have been such beautiful and fun filled moments with my family. We gathered at my mother in-loves home for the final celebration this weekend and it was exciting. We had great food, shared wonderful family memories and laughed until we all got tired.
The outfit that I wore to the celebration is posted here, my checkered black and white half blouse/sweater (purchased via Evine, online) is always a big hit when I dress it up for work or down for casual wear which I normally wear with a pair of black leggings (you will most likely see it again before the winter season ends with a work attire mode). The same question is always asked when I wear it, “is this a two piece or attached sweater”, looking at the pictures I can finally see why the curiosity. The blouse/sweater is a one piece, it is a little large mainly in the back yet it is so flattering when I pair it with the right items; it is also super comfortable. By now you’re probably getting the “comfortable” vibe from me in every post, it’s due to my current state of mind, I am all about what feels good on my skin and MY perception of comfort.
I paired it with some distressed, fitted jeans (old) that were purchased a long time ago at JCPennys; did I mention this is one of my favorite stores to shop! I always find great deals for me and the entire family each and every time I go shopping. I recently purchased the black and white polka-dotted sock booties from Akira; super excited about them. Although the heal is 4″, they wear very well, you will see these again; many, many times.
As you can see below, the weather got a little chilly and I decided to change my shoes (I always keep a pair of flat boots in my car as backups, you never know about the Northwest Indiana weather, it can be unpredictable with snow, drastic wind or icy rain). Also, I love leather jackets and a scarves! You will most likely see multiple colors of leather jackets on me until the weather breaks too cold for them, but the scarves are like a staple piece for me; many different colors and textures. I hope you enjoyed the postings, please leave a comment below; I would love to hear from you.
As always, thanks for dropping bye; until next time nzuri!