Finishing up the Cold weather clothes shopping…

Finally.  I have hated being on my mother’s case for so long about needing warm clothes.  Three pairs of pants and some light cardigans just aren’t going to cut it.  Not for long, anyway.  So today while she was out getting stuff for the house at Lowes, we stopped by the mall and picked up a few things…

At gap:

in that color (it actually looks MUCH deeper in person–will post pics ASAP), and in a grey heather which is too boring to post.

two pairs of very flared cords, a picture of which i cannot find in both rust and a sort of dusty smokey lavender color

a crazy dress at Target that defeats description and looks horrid on its website picture

and a basic long sleeve Tshirt.


Good stuff, good stuff!


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