Here's a little outfit that could be worn for going out with your significant other to some place a little more casual- for a day date.

Like what? Well, like a movie in the park or a picnic or a visit to the farmer's market. Something maybe outdoors but yet you don't want to arrive in your gym shorts.

(Side note, please, can we not wear gym shorts on a date, ever? I mean, unless you're working out or running a 5k together? Please?)

It's hard to see in the picture but my shirt is actually a gingham print. I love all the fun details in this top- the print, the applique and the off the shoulder fit.

I paired it with some easy khaki pants, some clear sandals and my sunnies!

Enjoy your day date!

This cooler weather after that warm blast we had (giving us a taste of SUMMAH!) reminded me that I didn't get to share some spring outfits with ya'll.

So here we go, we reverting back to spring. Because the weather is like that in the midwest- all the seasons whenever!

I went bright and Boho for these spring shots. And to kick that off, an electric red dress. I swear I don't wear this color as much as it seems in blog posts, but I must be drawn to it on some level of consciousness.

It's super stretchy and comfortable. I'd wear this dress to church, to something semi formal like a graduation or a confirmation, or easily, to work. I paired with some retro platforms from Target and some gold accessories.

See, super stretch. ;)

Don't worry, no social distancing rules were broken in the production of this post.

What are you looking forward to most when we go back to "normal?"

There's a lot of important things I really want to do. And this is going to sound selfish but... I find myself daydreaming of a hair or nail salon, a trip to Target without the kids and night out with girlfriends.

You guys, it isn't a big dream, but it's mine. LOL.

I don't even recognize my own feet anymore. I haven't worn my toenails without polish this many days in a row since I learned how to paint nails. I catch a glimpse of them and I seriously don't even know they're mine!

As far as my roots, well for a hot minute I thought about letting my hair go. My natural blonde is such a sad, depressing color, especially after a long winter, that I think I would feel even more depressed. So highlights are required once this is all over. Highlights=joy.

And my nails, well, I gave up on them all together. They're ragged, unpolished and often chewed on because WTH. Guess I'll look forward to starting over at some point.

Meanwhile, I'm still in sweats and looking like I'm homeless for much of the time.

I hope I'm not the only one in this boat. The good news, I guess I'm saving money?

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