Wednesday, August 31, 2011

wiww

This week isn't too exciting. I'm sorry to say that none of these pictures are really that good. I don't know what the deal was with my settings. I obviously never looked at them and just snapped away!

Are you sick of seeing these pics yet? haha. The dress is from Anthropologie. I bought it on sale at the end of last summer. (That's the only way I can afford anything there - on sale.) But since I've been running it's kinda big on me! I was really excited about that!

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This dress is from Kohls. I l.o.v.e it. It's just a knit fabric so it's not too dressy. I wore it to church on Sunday with that little white sweater. It's always freezing in church. I even got to go out for pizza after church. You think it was the dress? ;)

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Wore this shopping one day. The shirt is Old Navy. It's really thin so it was perfect for the 80 degree weather we were having. The shorts are JC Penney. The have the pleats and are puffy. I didn't think I'd like them. But I really do!

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This is what I wore on Saturday at home. The shirt is actually a dress from the gap. I bought it at a yard sale. It's a small and when who ever washed it, it ended up really short. So I just chopped it off and stretched out the ends so they would roll.

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All in all, I'm excited about how my body is changing since I've been running. I haven't really lost a ton of weight though (I mean the 15 pounds that I want to lose). Matt says to quit obsessing over it. He's right but it's hard not to think about that, especially when you've been doing so much work and that's your main goal. But I'm looking so much better in my clothes that I am starting to get over it!

linking up:
pleated poppy

9 comments:

Barbara said...

You do look great and if you feel great that makes a huge difference. I love the two first dresses!

Liz said...

Great blog! I love the idea of cutting a shirt into a dress! I'll have to try it.

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Maggie @ Midwestern {Sewing} Girl said...

OK, seriously, Heather. You are such a doll! I love this series...
You dress so well during the week! Truth be told, I'm in yoga pants and t-shirts all week...
LOVE the Old Navy shirt & pleated JCP shorts (those are adorable!!!)
You're not THAT far away from me...don't be surprised if you wake up one morning & that little outfit is missing...;)

Stephanie {Luxe Boulevard} said...

You are just a breath of cuteness. Following you now from The Pleated Poppy!

www.luxeboulevard.blogspot.com

mickev said...

You look fantastic! Pizza? You must have been smokin' in that dress : ) Was it Caseys? hahahaha

Linda Z said...

Good job with the running! My husband has started training for a triathalon and dropped 20 lbs! He's feeling so good! :)

I love your knit dress! I need to go to Kohl's. :)

Conni said...

you are making me feel about sitting here blog surfing while drinking a coke and eating a chocolate bar.....before you start noticing pounds you might start noticing inches. you will likely 'get' smaller before you weigh less. Keep up with it, you look great!

Nicole @ Miss Mommy said...

Hi there!
Coming atcha from TPP WIWW.
I'm your newest follower and love your outfits!. Can I ask where you got your camera strap from?
I'd love it if you came by sometime ;) xx

Mindie Hilton said...

First off love your hair cut. Love your style too, most of all that dress, beautiful.

This is only my third week linking up at WIWW.

I currently have a fun anything goes linky at my blog that runs Friday through Monday each week. I just announced a new monthly “desperate 4 date night” linky and would love for you to join in on the fun. Here is the link explaing more.

http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/2011/08/welcome-to-new-desperate-4-date-night.html

Thanks for you time and hope to see you soon.

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