Grid prints + kitty cats

Voting is still open on your favorite outfit of February. There are only a few votes separating the top four looks!

For a heavy teaching day at the library, I wore a comfortable outfit that still felt like it had some visual interest.

Flat riding boots + leggings as tights + a-line skirt = comfortable.
Grid print sweater with pink side panels = visual interest.
Easy outfit formula!

Librarian for Life + Style | Grid prints + cherry trees

Spring seems to have come early this year to the Pacific Northwest. All the trees are blossoming! (Sorry about that to what seems like the rest of the country.) So Sam and I decided to take some pics near a lovely blossoming tree in the neighborhood — and a friendly neighborhood kitty cat joined in! 🙂

Librarian for Life + Style | Grid prints + kitty cats

Librarian for Life + Style | Grid prints + kitty cats

Details:  Grid print sweater:  JCPenney {sold out online but here’s a similar print sweater} {similar short-sleeve sweater}  //  Black a-line skirt:  Old {similar}  //  Black riding boots:  Marc Fisher via Macy’s {almost exact} {similar available in more sizes} //  Crystal drop earrings:  Local boutique {very similar}

Librarian for Life + Style | Grid prints + cherry trees

Linking up with these lovely ladies!

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12 thoughts on “Grid prints + kitty cats

  1. Meghan @ Hayes Days

    The window pane is a great print on you. I love it with the fit of the skirt. Very cute! Headed to vote for the February outfit now.

    Reply

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