Okay, so first off, I have almost no clue which days are which. They're all out of order this time.
(Right) So the funny story about this outfit is I only wore it about ten minutes, but I loved it. I ended up not needing to wear a skirt, so I quickly donned jeans, a t-shirt and a comfy cardigan. But anyway, I wanted to include it. Have I mentioned how in love I am with lace lately? It's a problem. Seriously.
Tops: Undershirt - Downeast Basics Pink Long sleeve tee. Grey lace layering tee, Ola Mari bough on Ebay for $12. Black cardigan from Pamida clerance rack $5. Skirt: Downeast Basics black tiered maxi skirt.
(Left) Top: Undershirt - Downeast Basics (wow, I'm sensing a pattern here...) white lace cap sleeve tee. Sweater from Kmart Clearance rack $10. Jeans: American Eagle trouser jeans.
(Right) Top: Undershirt - Downeast Basics white crew neck tee. Tunic Sweater - Pamida clerance rack $4. Jeans: Target Mossimo Boot cut jeans.
Undershirt: Downeast Basics black long sleeve tee. Grey bella band. Downeast Basics Lace Lover short sleeve tee. (And I can't remember what jeans I'm wearing...)
(Left) Undershirt: Downeast basics green long sleeve tee. Tank from Walmart clearance rack $3. (One of my favorite things to do in the winter is layer a comfy tank with a long sleeve shirt.) Jeans: Target Mossimo boot cut jeans.
(Right) Undershirt: Modbe pink tank. Remember how I LOVE lace...so I was going to make a tank top similar to this white one (I've tagged it on my Pinterest page if you follow), but then I found this one for $7 at Ross and figured it would be easier than making it! Old Navy Grey boyfriend cardigan. Jeans: Target mossimo boot cut jeans.
Yep. I really love this white tank, but in my defense, these days did not happen two days in a row like it seems here. :) Same pink and white layering, with a Pink cardigan from Aeropostale and the chevron skirt I got from Walmart. I'm still so in love with it too!
And now for a special treat ... Doesn't it look yummy??
So these will be the easiest cinnamon rolls you ever make. Take a bundt pan and put in 12 frozen Rhodes rolls. Sprinkle brown sugar and cinnamon over them and add a few pads of butter (I used like 4, I think). Cover with plastic wrap and let raise. (We had to drive an hour to Stake Conference for church this week, so it was perfect. I put everything in before we left and let them raise for 4 hours.) They were ready to pop in the oven when we got home. About 23 minutes later they came out perfectly. I turned the pan over on a plate and let it sit there so all the yummy, sugary syrup could run into the nooks and crannies of the rolls. Then I topped it with a powdered sugar icing. (1 cup powdered sugar, 1-2 TB of milk, and I used some almond extract because I'm pretty much as in love with that as I am with lace.)
I'm hoping that next will include a couple shirt makeovers. I've had them planned and, hold your breath, they include lace. :D