I’m what you call a “stay-at-home-slash-work-at-home-mom.” I try to fit a full-time job as a Marketing and Social Media director for a local jewelry store into two days of work from home while the kids go to a babysitter. On those days I try wear what I call “real clothes,” especially if I’m going to be out in public. Real Clothes=not yoga pants. Because my size has fluctuated post-baby I had to buy a few pair of new pants (including these) and have been pretty excited about trying them out. Â After almost a year of maternity clothes, it’s kind of nice wearing things that don’t involve some sort of stretch (sometimes 😉 )
This morning I came out in this outfit and as I was inspecting it in the mirror my hubby said, “Ohh, you’re looking very…urban…vintage today.”
I know he had no idea what urban vintage really meant and was just saying it because he knew I would love it and that it was probably exactly the look I was going for.
And he was right.
Urban vintage is probably somewhat accurate to my style, or at least the style I aim for.
Plus, it reminds me of Urban Cowboy, one of my favorite movies of all time.
So here is my “urban vintage” look. Something casual and comfortable for a day of work and running errands.
Oatmeal tank top, Old Navy
Lace trimmed cardigan, T.J. Maxx
Skinny jeans, Target
Regina Ballet Flat in Cognac, Frye
Do you have a name for your style, or for the style you aim for?