Meeting

Today, I went to school to “represent” my new course to the final step in the course proposal process, the “council.”  I didn’t want to look too sloppy, but I wanted to be comfy, too.  I made the mistake of wearing looser fitting but non-stretchy regular jeans out yesterday, and it was very uncomfortable to sit.  So I am stretchy pants only from here on out.

It’s  probably premature for these recently thrifted GAP maternity jeans (2 sizes too big and “boot cut”- skinnied and downsized by me), but I figured they are more profesh than jeggings.  I topped it with a thrifted blazer buttoning over the bump, a looser fitting top, loafers and a scarf to cover the neck area (it’s all of the sudden almost wintery cold out).

This is my old outfit posts area.  Please notice that we added a cat door.  And the many cat scratches on the door (We will replace it when we move out).  Lula thinks this return to style blogging is total insanity.

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OK, the bump is bigger in my mind than in its appearance to others.  Here I am at 13weeks and 3 days.

bump 13.5 weeks

 

Jeans: skinnied and down-sized, Gap, via Goodwill

Top: H&M (years ago)

Blazer: Lauren by Ralph Lauren, via Goodwill (found by a great fellow secondhanding friend)

Loafers: Bass, via eBay

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About susanify

Brooklyn-based, cheap, nerdy, and mom-to-be. Blogger formerly known as Rad.
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3 Responses to Meeting

  1. Anne says:

    Aw, look at that bump! But you know if you weren’t emphasizing it in the second picture, it’s really not that noticeable (though I know it feels like it is to you!)

    I really like this blazer on you! I know that it’s still a neutral, but it’s a nice departure from your usual blacks and grays, and it looks really sharp! The tan buttons are especially cute.

  2. susanify says:

    Rollin found it while were in Goodwill last spring (during a visit). Of course, the artist, not the professor, had the eye for the awesome. The buttons are great- maybe they’re made of wood?

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