27 February 2009 – Comfort Inn Edition

February 27th, 2009 § 7 comments

  

27 February 2009 – Comfort Inn Edition, originally uploaded by academichic.

Sources:

  • Long sleeved purple tee – Target
  • Purple tee – H&M
  • Brown jersey skirt – Old Navy
  • Purple tights – BR
  • Boots – Steve Madden, remixed
  • Mirror and crappy lighting, courtesy of a Kentucky Comfort Inn.

End Notes:

My attempt to blog mobilely on the road this morning with my phone was foiled, but now, safely ensconced in my brother’s apartment, I am able to assure you that despite my geographical distance from academichic central I remained committed to our color wheel experiment of the week with this purple monochrome ensemble. It’s all jersey, and comfortable enough to wear in the car but the boots and the fun layers make it presentable for immediate visits with friends upon our arrival. Another plus? The clingy knits prove immediately that I’ve made it halfway through my pregnancy. Yay for the 20 week mark!

  

Bumper, originally uploaded by academichic.

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§ 7 Responses to 27 February 2009 – Comfort Inn Edition"

  1. Ally says:

    I love this AND welcome back to Kentucky :)

  2. Cute look, love the combo of colors!

  3. You look fabulous! Cute outfit and let me just say…when I was 20 weeks, I was as big as a house.

  4. [...] Friday, A. and I spent a good part of the day at a coffee shop working. Usually, E. is with us, but since she was away this past weekend, it was just the two of us, coffee, and an abundance of cookies. Afterwards, we made a quick stop [...]

  5. [...] whole ensemble is really a remix of ideas. I wore earrings as mini brooches about a month ago and I mixed purple and brown last week. I like the thought of revising outfits, much like all three of us spend time revising papers. [...]

  6. Karisma says:

    Wow! Didn’t realise brown/tan and purple come together so well – brown really makes it pop!
    Congratulations on your pregnancy!

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