Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Decorated Like An Easter Egg

What I Wore While Looking Like an Easter Egg:


I've mentioned before that I am not scared of looking like an Easter egg, and today really proves my point. I said something about that to a couple of my female coworkers who protested that I did not look at all like an Easter egg, but not 1/2 hour later a male coworker asked if I was getting ready to leave for an Easter egg hunt. So my point remains... :) I tried to tone it down a little with the black cardi, but once Spring really comes full force, I won't worry about toning it down at all. I've got bright plans for tomorrow too. (Yes, Maria, it's the fuschia pencil skirt!!)

I made this necklace today too. It's a combo of a necklace, some leather, and a brooch.
  • lavender tweed skirt (Lane Bryant)
  • magenta stripe shortsleeve blouse (Merona/Target)
  • black cardigan (Merona/Target)
  • teal suede peep-toe pumps (Style&Co.)
  • white graffiti belt (via Kohl's)
  • purple/silver earrings (?)
  • silvertone/turquoise bead stretch bracelet (thrifted, Goodwill)
  • white multi-strand necklace (H&M), extended with leather (by me)
  • silver tone & grey crystal bow brooch (via Ross)
What I Ate While Looking Like an Easter Egg:

Okay, so this clearly wasn't what I was supposed to eat today. It was another attack of FreeFood-itis. But I worked it into my calories for the day.


Dinner was a spinach salad with feta, turkey bacon, and sliced almonds. And a slice of seeduction. Yummy.

What I Did to Get Sweaty While No One Was Looking:

Since Rand is in Houston, there is no one here to silently (or loudly) judge me for looking like and idiot flailing around the living room. I decided to take this opportunity to dance around to some great music. I decided to watch/follow Amy for my warm up and then to dance on my own. um...I wasn't inspired to do anything on my own for some reason (when usually I dance in my closet getting ready, so it should have been easy.) So I searced YouTube for "dance aerobics" and came upon some weird videos. I didn't have time to be picky. And I still got sweaty.

Total for the Day: 1824 calories, 6 glasses of water, 20 minutes of dance aerobics

9 comments:

Maria said...

Bring on the skirt!!!

Hillary said...

hahaha, my hubby was out on Saturday morning so I did the dance like no one is looking workout too :-)

I like the easter look. I don't think it's too wild at all. I esp like the necklace you jazzed up.

Londyn said...

You look great! I'm not a big fan of the belt pattern, but otherwise it's fabulous :)

Tina said...

Thanks, Everyone!

And Londyn, thanks for your honest opinion. That's always good to hear. I'm not surprised that it's not your style. You're very classy!

Honeybunches of Roses said...

oh my gosh, I love the idea of adding the leather to the necklace, I might have to steal your idea :)

Tina said...

Honeybunches - please do steal it! And then post it so I can see how it came out!

laniza said...

I found your blog via fennelgrl (whatiwore2day)--I thought that I was the only person who knew that Paul Eugene existed, ha! He's goofy and cheesy in an innocent that makes ya wanna move to the groove way :)!

Stacy said...

Say - I love that extend your own necklaces! Any chance you could share with us just how you do it?

Tina said...

laniza - yes, he is totally cheesy and I found him by accident, but I agree that he makes me move - cheesy or not!

Stacy - thanks for the suggestion. I will definitely do that soon!