Sunday, December 05, 2010

always a treat

i found this black skirt in my goodwill box and i couldn't remember why i put it in there a year ago until i arrived at church today. i remembered that it's too short for my preference and rides up when i walk. so back in the goodwill box it goes. perhaps i will even drop it off this week. i get goodwill drop-off anxiety and i have to leave things in my box for quite a while until i feel confident enough to really get rid of them.
i had planned this mother-daughter outfit combination a few weeks ago and i was pretty thrilled to have it all come together today.
too bad scarlett was being absolutely ridiculous about taking pictures with me. motherhood: always a treat.
button-up shirt- JCP
sweater- kohl's
skirt- old navy
tights- target
shoes- jessica simpson

on scarlett:
button-up shirt- target ($3.50 right now!)
sweater- old navy
skirt- wal*mart($5)

7 comments:

Kaitlyn said...

gotta love children! haha.. very cute. i love the mom and daughter matching look!

Lori said...

Aren't kids great?
This post reminded me that I have a bag of clothes for the consignment store that I have been meaning to take for almost 6 weeks. It seems that I also have a hard time letting go.

Fatima said...

Oh my goodness! I heart your little girl's outfit! You both look super cute together!

sisters4saymoreismore said...

oh my gosh so cute! funny cause my 4 1/2 yr old is the same way... as soon as i get the camera out she becomes totally loony and its impossible to take a picture!

~selina

Jenna said...

I have Goodwill anxiety too! I keep taking things out, trying to wear them again, & putting them back. I love the color-coordinating idea - it doesn't work that great with my boys. Ties are expensive!!

Sarah (Oh Pretty Day) said...

I love your plaid shirt! I have been looking for a good one for myself, still looking though! haha. I will go check out JCP :)

kristine said...

Oh you are such a cute mom :) I love your matching outfits! And your pattern mixing is adorable!

Kristine. Or Polly.