Per reader request, I paired the Collection sequin colorblock tank
with the café capri in wool. While she thought these things for
upcoming holiday events, I wore this to work. Yes indeedy I did.
I felt a little bit like Tabitha's giraffe because hardly anyone batted an eye.
It was just me attempting a human disco ball. Again.
The rectangle sequins give an interesting effect. But!
I just noticed the sequins are not as as densely placed as "advertised."
See for yourself:
Or maybe once worn, or even taken out of the package,
the sequins go every which way askew to look more sparse.
I don't think so though but I still like the top.
If you're the type who has to straighten every sequin, do not get this top. Trust me, it's impossible and you'll only lose your mind trying.
You must just go with it.
Everything else is pretty much as described, including being of viscose.
(The polka-dot sequin top that was incorrectly described now has its description corrected to cotton.)
And I'm risking the look of floods wearing the regular length
backordered forever navy wool capri pants because
I can never get comfortable with the petite length.
This post was meant to go on to the shoes and my favorite little
clothes steamer but I ran out of steam (ha! knee slapper!) so I'm afraid
there will be a part two and possibly three to come.
A parting phrase was also gonna happen but why is it
almost every everyday expression has something nasty
attached to it by the Urban Dictionary?