Showing posts from October 29, 2012

Pastel Pink and Gray.

This Working Monday went by fast, guys. I will close my evening shift at work in less than 45 minutes. Before I know I will be home, cuddling with my current book and falling asleep. The weather is semi-rainy, drizzly and a little humid. It will be perfect for having a Great Night Sleep. And just as I am typing this, the rain is coming down heavily. There is a small window on the ceiling of my office and I can definitely hear it.

So this little rose-trimmed shrug and long T-Shirt both in Baby Pink match perfectly together, as a twin-set. Another thing I know is how well pinks and grays go together, so this is a Pastel Pink & Pastel Gray look. I added a little bit of a bright color in my shoes. I feel like the tops I am wearing are perfect to celebrate my upcoming miracle, my baby girl. =)

Baby Pink, Long, Breezy, Cotton Tee:Melon Baby Pink, Rosette-Collared, 3/4-Sleeve, Cropped Cardigan:The Limited. Sky Blue/Grayish, Cropped, Casual Pants:Old Navy. Light, Pin, Drop, Silver Earrings:…

Leggings, Tunic and Shrug.

Looking through my balcony's door, the sky is gray and there are little drops of rain on the ground. Maybe more rain is on the way after all the rain we had this weekend. It's the time for it anyway, it is after all Autumn. Speaking of rain, I am hearing of Hurricane Sandy from my family in USA, from the internet and on Facebook. When and where is it supposed to happen exactly?  I wish and pray for all the people who live in those areas of the East Coast that nothing of a great situation happens, that it is just a storm and some rain and that you are all safe and sound!!

On a rainy and somewhat chilly day, layers, leggings and boots are the right choice. When I bought this tunic on sale, a couple of years ago, it was a little large and loose on me. I liked the cute sleeves, beading detail by the loop neckline, the little ruffle on the bottom and the ivory color - which is a good neutral. Now, it is working great as a pregnancy piece. Of course I had to put on a tank underneath…