December’s What I Wore Round Up is finally here! There’s not too much to say about what was going on for me in December. It was pretty typical other then the holiday shopping, a family brunch and one semi-dressy charity event my husband and I went to. Otherwise, it was basically gym and errands.
I actually planned to get this up last week but things just got kind of crazy for me, mainly because of car buying/selling that kept me quite busy. Oh, also, there were some buying and returning and exchanging for my 2 lovely daughters as I tried to get them some more specific exercise clothes between the tennis, soccer and dance they do. I swear sometimes buying for kids when they’re not with you is such a pain! Argh! And taking care of some work stuff for our family design/build business, too. Anyone ever switch email servers? Still dealing with that this coming week, too. Ugh.
In any case, here’s my round up…..Oh and I think next month, I may start doing this differently and just show/highlight the pieces I’ve bought in the previous month. And not necessarily show what I’ve worn. Haven’t quite decided what to do but felt I needed to make a change.
Morning trip to the gym for a weights class
Gotta love bathroom lighting!
The best joggers out there for their price!
A cold snowy Saturday where I had to be out with kids part various times during the day
Sweatshirt (custom) | Citizens of Humanity Jeans – old, similar | Sperry Boots (is it me or do they not look as good as I’d hoped?? I feel like I don’t know how to wear them well. Mine are the kids version but almost identical for the women’s pair I linked)
Headed out to a holiday charity event
This day I was going to yoga so I went with the high top for a change instead of my usual Uggs since my shoes didn’t matter. Oh yeah, it also wasn’t in the 20s this day so I got away with wearing that lighter fleece jacket.
Family Holiday Brunch
New Year’s Eve – not your usual outfit, right? Well, we were going bowling and it was like below 20 degrees so it was hard to figure out what to wear but the one good thing was that I knew my shoes didn’t really matter!
PS I may change this style post a little next month and do more of just what I bought then what I wore, or a combination of both.