Today, I spent the whole day shopping at Target, checking out their Threshold Collection. I’m doing a Spring Makeover on my bedroom and will show you the before and after pics this coming Tuesday! I think you’re going to love it…
I’m not so good with the interior decorating so I downloaded a Windows 8 app called House & Home to help me figure out what I wanted to do in my bedroom. Then I went on Target.com to check out the Threshold Collection and find the items I wanted for my bedroom makeover. Once I picked out everything I wanted, I headed to my local Target and bought it all!
Since I knew this is what my day would entail, I dressed comfy.
I think this is one of those outfits where you either love it, or you hate it… I am loving the green and I got compliments on my outfit all day while I was out, but I’ll tell ya, in a picture it’s really obvious that my “greens” don’t match! I think it looks better in person…
What’s going to be the controversial item here is wearing socks with mary janes. I got a lot of “LIKES” on Instagram, including one from GAP!
How do you feel about the wearing socks with mary jane shoes? Love it or hate it, ladies?
- Shirt: GAP Pure Body Long Sleeve Tee
- Blouse: Antilia Femme
- Jeans: Lee Gold Label Piper Jeggings
- Shoes: Jafa Shoes Handmade in Israel – Style #702
- Socks: GAP Argyle Socks
- Necklace: Flower of Tiger Ebony from Ann Lightfoot Spring 2013 Collection
(Ann Lightfoot’s Spring 2013 collection has been shown in the Jenny Chase and Andrew Bernstein showrooms in NYC and LA and are now available in select DKNY Donna Karan stores as well as a handful of independent boutiques around the country. ANN LIGHTFOOT designs are post-modern, feminine and each piece is handmade from elemental materials which gives them a flair like no others. Learn more at www.annlightfoot.com )
* Some of the items seen in this post were provided to us free of charge for the purpose of product testing and review. This does not effect our opinion of the products in any way. We only write about products we personally like and use, regardless of how they were acquired.