Sweater: Pretty Things Boutique
T-shirt: Joe Fresh
Belt: Smoking Lily (from Sheila)
Skirt: Smoking Lily (worn by Sheila here)
Shoes: Fluevog Wonders | Ayers
Sheila wasn't going to keep this skirt so she offered it to me and I was more than happy to take it off her hands.
It's Smoking Lily, it's red, it has pockets so it's right up my alley.
Really, how Canadian is this belt?
Same outfit, sans cardigan.
Tomorrow I have a job interview. My coworker asked me if I was going to wear a black, pinstriped power suit. After I stopped laughing I said "No". I don't own such a thing and even if I did I couldn't wear something like that. It would make me very uncomfortable - just not me.
Funky pattern on the skirt. Kind looks like someone's cheat sheet for a final exam.
This is a long weekend in Canada since we celebrate Victoria Day on Monday. I found this explanation on the interwebz:
Victoria Day is a Canadian statutory holiday celebrated on the Monday preceding May 25. It honours Queen Victoria's birthday.
Victoria Day is also commonly called the May 2-4 weekend (as in May 24th) and it marks the unofficial start of the cottage season where cases of beer (as in 2-4 cases) are consumed by hard working Canadians.
Happy May 2-4!