Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Denial Is the Best Medicine

denial
works cited: skirt c/o ruche; target tee; MIA wedges; j.crew wool tights; and a coat (not shown but I wore it) from Jeremy's in Berkeley; necklace from etsy

This is another outfit masterminded by Lauren, which I wore yesterday while trying to ignore a fever that kept creeping upwards in order to meet some deadlines and have coffee with Amy and S. You know what they say, denial is the best medicine. Denial, and copious amounts of zinc, green tea, orange juice, vitamin C tablets, hot showers, and over-the-phone dramatic recitations of "Sneezles" by your mother.

24 comments:

Lindsey said...

Love that skirt...mind if I ask what size you have and what size you'd normally wear? I'd normally get a medium, but it's out of stock and it looks rather high waisted, which on me normally means I could go for a small. Thanks! Love the outfit!

Lindsey

http://seewhatlindseyloves.blogspot.com

Teodora said...

I love the earthy tones of this outfit. Great pairing!

Teodora
Teodoraslookbook.com

Meg said...

You look comfy and cute! I'm digging those wedges. :)

Liz (26 and Counting) said...

I totally can AND will recreate this!

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

hi lindsey--it does fit at the waist but runs very small. i normally take a small and the medium fits perfectly. you might also email ruche to ask what the waist size is on the small vs. large.

Veronica said...

aww you dont look sick at all! very cute! feel better!
~Veronica

Annie said...

Aw feel better! On the plus side, you look really cute :)

Annie
The Other Side of Gray

Chandra said...

I read your shoes as MLA wedges, I think I've graded too many research papers...

http://penniroyalvintage.blogspot.com

modern Suburbanites said...

gorgeous skirt!

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Susan Borland said...

Loving your outfit but go get some sleep!! Being sick on Christmas sucks!
love,
SUZE

Stephanie Kartalopoulos said...

I love the combo of the stripey t-shirt with that rust/brown-ish colored skirt! So awesome!!! I hope you feel better. :)

GenkiOriana said...

Oh no, still feeling a bit iffy? Sleep! Sleeeeeeepppppp!!!

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

@genki--i have been i have been!! i'll feel better very soon i'm sure. XO

@chandra--hilarious coincidence, because christopher did the exact same thing when they were sitting in the bedroom. he goes "are your shoes really made by MLA?"

Chelseabird said...

LOVE the whole look! That skirt is darling!

Candy Apple Fashion said...

You look adorable! I love those booties!

Dreama
canappfashion.blogspot.com

Bad Taste Toast said...

Wow I love the skirt, it's so pretty!!

Terri said...

Lookin' good! Now go back and drink some more tea.
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Kultur und Stil said...

Love this outfit, as usual - I just love pretty much of all your outfits! xxx anita

heidi said...

gorgeous skirt, tania, love it with the striped tee. hope you can ward off the cold!

Elegantly Academic said...

How is it fair that I am in summer & you are in winter & we both have colds??? To answer your prevous question, my best remedy is lots of tea & vegimite (rich in vitamin B) on toast. Hope you feel better soon though ...
Kel xo

Lindsey said...

Thanks for the feedback Tania! It's a great skirt! Perfect for DC!

wesothrifty said...

Whoa. I love this blog! Your sense of style is kickin', and its all making me very nostalgic for my student days. Although the word cited is giving me painful flashbacks to paper-writing fiascos - Do I use a semicolon to divide the name from the author? What if the publisher's location isn't listed? Why oh why can't I cite Wikipedia when it's taught me EVERYTHING I know?

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

wesothrify--hahaha, i'm with you! how many times i've wanted to throw my chicago manual of style out the window....

Heather J said...

I love that skirt Tania! My daughter was looking over my shoulder and said "she looks fabulous"! I agree! Hope you feel better!

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