Visible Monday: Cardigan Cardigans
Are you like me, one of the gajillion followers of A Cup of Jo? She is my daily dose of sweet to counter my daily dose of spice over at Dooce. As a direct result of reading Joanna Goddard’s blog I have purchased:
So sponsorship on your blog can work! (Jo – I am available to guest author a post or two.)
I am not a layer-er. Except for my Catholic School uniform, these are probably the only cardigans I’ve ever owned. (I say cardigans because like everything else in my wardrobe I like, I bought two. Today I am in fact wearing my second pair of Hot Pants.) I always thought of cardigans as old and stodgy but I have expanded and evolved over the years. Good thing too because it turns out maternity cold weather tops consist almost entirely of cardigans so I probably would have ended up with a couple in my closet anyway.
The top is a Motherhood maternity tank. It fits well, comes in vibrant colors and is perfect for layering and wearing as a pajama top. So of course I bought three.
The earrings are the second pair I bought at Madison’s Fair Trade Craft Show:
Pink ombre string art. Fabulous. I bought the first pair because I thought they would complement a lot of my outfits. I bought this pair because I think they are beautiful. Thank you to the Ecuadorian tiny-fingered artist who created them.
And thank you Patti for showcasing all kinds of great and inspiring style over at Visible Monday!