Would you feel my forehead please? I think I’m running a fever…a spring fever.
It’s supposed to rain here tomorrow and, yeah, I’m happy about it because we need the water, but the sunny, warm weather we’ve been having has been such a treat.
If there were a doohickey I could press or a gizmo I could use to fast forward through the rest of winter, I wouldn’t mind that at all. Nope. Is there an app for that?
Earlier this afternoon after my hair modeling experience, I swung by the mall (and the MAC counter) in Corte Madera and walked around for a couple minutes enjoying the sun.
When it starts raining tomorrow (if it starts raining tomorrow), I have to remember that spring is right around the corner.
Perfect time to think “spring wardrobe updates.”
That’s what I told myself when I went into Anthropolgie to look at dresses and Nordstrom to see shoes!
The embroidered flowers on this Gathered Vines Tunic by Tiny at Anthro totally reminded me of the spring blossoms I hope to start seeing soon.
I liked this dress. A lot. It was comfy…but I felt a little like I was wearing a table runner from Pier One.
Speaking of comfy, not only did this HD in Paris Cabernet Dress feel as good as a broken-in t-shirt, but it was also ON SALE! Marked down to $69.95 from $118.
I didn’t get it, though. I was just window/dressing room shopping, but I leave the option open to change my mind and go back later this week.
This Bordeaux Textured Tank Dress was soft as a cloud, and I loved the color, but dagnabitt if I didn’t feel like a pumpkin when I slipped it on.
So, maxi dresses.
They’re usually way too long for me, and I feel like I’m a kid who’s just raided her mother’s closest, but this Tasmin Maxi Dress was just the right length for my vertically-challenged frame.
I think the stripes might even make me look a little thinner?! Maybe? That’s probably just wishful thinking.
It’s so hard to resist ruffles like the ones on the sleeves of this Teahouse Dress by Tabitha…
Bonus: it has pockets!
I love the teal and black color combo of this Eva Franco swing dress, but to be honest, I feel like I might be a little too “mature” for it. Maybe if I were a teenager or still in my 20s…
Last, but not least, the lovely Quinby Dress by Weston Wear.
I totally fell in love with this one!
Slimming cut? Yes.
Nice little touches to make it seem special? Yes! See the cute cut-out and how the hem dips ever-so-slightly in the back?
CUTE! I plan to stalk it until it goes on sale.
Of course, I could not forget about shoes, and I saw plenty of cute wedges and gladiator sandals at Nordies.
Anyone else out there caught spring fever yet? And have you found any cute clothes or accessories to treat it with?
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,