WhatIWore: Confession: There’s no occasion too small to get dressed up. At least, that’s my logic when it comes to our weekly farmer’s market. I use it as a chance to play with some sort of outfit that’s casual, floral or earthy and wear it throughout the day each Saturday.
Truthfully though, sometimes I do sneak out in yoga pants, but I always feel so much better when I take 20-30 minutes to do my hair and makeup and pick out an outfit that makes me feel good about myself.
WhatIWore: This weekend was some kind of wonderful. Around Friday at noon, just on schedule, the weather perked up and then it was gorgeous all weekend. We spent so much time outside - whether working from our laptops on the patio to watching the Little 500 race, to a picnic with friends or a hike at Lake Monroe. It’s the kind of weekend that makes you so grateful for spring! But let’s get to this dress, shall we…?
WhatIWore: Once a month or so a group of my friends and I get together for book club. Sometimes we go with a theme, like the time we read Finding the Dragon Lady by Monique Brinson Demery, ate homemade Vietnamese food and then Skyped with the author. Last night’s book was The Hundred Foot Journey by Richard C. Morais about a chef and culinary traditions in Indian and France. We ate French cheeses, samosas, a simple rustic dinner and I brought cream puffs with a cardamom pudding filling. Why not wear my new dress by an Indian designer too!?