OTI: Grace's pick

12 June 2012


via People

Let the games continue. No headgear today. Yay.

tunic rolled up into short shirt: Target, dress worn as short skirt: Marshalls via my generous sister Sarah, sandals: Old Navy, necklace: c/o my mom's collection

I've obviously got two poses down: awkward plain and awkward hair pat. 

I'm limited on the wardrobe front here in New Mexico but Sarah kindly lent me this dress and I rolled my one of two shirts that I packed up up and up and tied it in a little back knot tail thing that only looked a little bit odd. No photo, we'll all live I hope. Simon was thrilled to see that I was wearing his favorite sandals.

And lest you think my life is all glitz and standing in backyards 
I guess it kind of is but I'm rarely to never not accompanied by the party goers known as: inappropriate-right-hand and never-seen-rocks-before-ever.

Now off you trot to go see Kayla and Erica's better outfits, better photos, and zero long-winded unnecessary prattle.

And then you can link up and join the fun ... right here. 


20 comments:

  1. Wow. Julia is getting fresh! She looks adorbs though, and so do you! If I joined in this link up, you'd be appalled. Yesterday was a good fashion day for me: the second-day capris didn't have any greasy toddler handprints on them and I combed my hair!

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  2. Inappropriate is right!! Cute outfit :)

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  3. Wow, how creative of you to roll up a tunic...but could you actually wear it like that, or would the knot look kind of weirdo in the back...like you were trying to tie a knot to show of your tummy but made a mistake? And btw, I like your look 100 times better than Reese's...hers didn't really do anything for me.

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  4. PS I really think this whole thing is a fun idea. I've had so much fun looking thru the different interpretations. I'm waiting for my own inspiration to jump in...

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  5. Love it! I echo Amy in saying that it's been so fun to look through the interpretations. I'm def going to hop on the bandwagon next time.

    How did you roll up your tunic shirt?

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  6. PS: Can I just say how wonderful it is to have all these women affirming each other in their fashion--without having to go all Sarah Jessica Parker to do it?

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  7. This is a good one! I love that you've got a fab interpretation made up of reworked pieces and borrowed stuff. Awesome. And the kiddos. Even more awesome.

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  8. You have no idea how many times I've passed the shoe rack at Old Navy, desperately trying to convince myself that the size 6 (of course, the smallest size they'll make) does in fact, fit me - despite the 1.5" gap from big toe to the edge. Still trying to figure out how to saw off the top and keep them looking classy... because I think they're on clearance now.

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  9. You must have the best arms on earth by now.

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  10. Ha! Julia is so funny! And you're all kinds of adorable. =) I love your interpretation!

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  11. You grabbing her little buns like that... it's fair game, mama! :)

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  12. Fresh! Better keep that girl contained, haha! Blue and cream and totally your colors - you look fabulous. And it's not fair that you are both blonde and tan. I thought we could only be one or the other.

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  13. You look really cute- love the rolled up tunic! And your chunky necklace is perfect :)

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  14. Love the creativity - you really MacGyvered this outfit! Your children are going to be so tall, aren't they?

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  15. cuuute!!! girl you need to do outfit posts more often. i like.

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  16. To get a little bit serious, I think a young mom, nicely dressed, carrying her two babies is a beautiful form of evangelism.

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  17. Firstly, your outfits are adorable! And your kids are awesome. Curious what you think of arranged marriages?? ;)
    Lastly, if that is your home than I am even more envious.

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  18. Yes. This is the one Ellen made her own. I am so jealous of my daughter's flower shorts. Why is there a cut off age for head to toe pattern in stretch material. Did we not like that in the 80s?

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  19. You look Sarah Jessica Parker (but better!) in those pics!

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  20. Holy crap this is so fun :) I will never join in...but this is so fun. I'm going to let everyone's fashion mojo rub off on me and hopefully soon I'll figure this fashun thing out...

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