I stopped in the GAP yesterday because I needed a ridiculously casual outfit to wear to a breakfast this week.
I picked up a pair of the 1969 raw-edge legging skimmer jeans because well .. take a look.
I’m completely in love.
I paired it with a white textural sweater with a white GAP Body tank underneath. And they will both look great with a pair of nude heels I already have. Quickest shopping experience ever.
On my way out I saw the cutest blue floral top on sale so back into the dressing room I went. It was made with the softest fabric and while it was oversized and sheer so I had to wear it over a GAP Body tank, I really didn’t mind.
I will probably wear it with a black or nude tank underneath. I didn’t like how it looked with the white one under it.
The top will go well with white jeans and later white shorts when the weather starts behaving like it should.
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Disclosure: This post was made possible through the support of Goodwill. All opinions are my own
Now that spring is here, I have been looking through my closet to find everything besides winter clothing to wear. But in between my much missed maxi dresses and skirts, I found clothing I have no interest in wearing anymore. Some because I’ve lost more weight since last spring and others because I just don’t love the look anymore. And that’s where the local Goodwill comes in.
Goodwill not only takes clothing I no longer want and hands me a receipt that I always forget to use when doing my taxes but there is something even more awesome that happens when I donate.
Donating used clothing (and household goods) helps create jobs directly in the community. That’s great motivation for me to clean out my closet more often and rid myself of clothes I really don’t plan on wearing again.
Need some help decluttering? There’s a handy guide you should check out. Knowing that by cleaning out my closets helps someone have a job is too amazing to not share with everyone.