I've already had one cup of coffee, so I'm ready to go. :)
How was your Tuesday night? My husband and I went to a really nice bar/restaurant called the Blue Martini to hear his sister's band, All Night Groove. We've heard her with pretty much every band she's been in (not to mention the fact that we've sung with her in different a cappella groups too) but we had yet to hear this one. My husband is also building their website so we wanted to take some pictures. It was a lot of fun! The band was set up BEHIND the bar. I've never seen that set up before but it was perfect.
My husband ordered a mojito for himself and a mochaccino martini for me. B.L.I.S.S.
My parents kept our daughter overnight so we haven't seen her since yesterday morning before work. It's really nice to get out on a work night but I miss my girl! Can't wait until work is done so I can see her and get some snuggles!
On yesterday's post where I mentioned that blazers are like cardigans in the way that they are able to add professionalism to most outfits, Kara from Destined For Now commented that she wondered if blazers could be belted the same way as cardigans.
Today's post is my answer: YES! Granted, this is cheating a little bit because this blazer came with a belt and has belt loops. But whatever. Here's another example of belting a blazer and this one DOESN'T have belt loops. So there. :) And here's one more, although this isn't my favorite.
I really like red and turquoise together so I added my red belt, wine rosebud pumps and turquoise jewelry.
This outfit makes me feel really good. I feel professional, ladylike, office-appropriate, still stylish and ME.
Plus I've had lotsa coffee. That might have something to do with the euphoria.