Honestly, I’ve been a Lilly girl for years – their colors and shift dresses are basically what my little dreams are made of. Much to my mother’s chagrin (she’s a Vince lady… basically a younger version of Meryl Streep in Devil Wears Prada and a hair nicer… but just a hair), I’m as feminine and preppy as they come. My motto is the more bows the better. While my mom usually asks if something comes in black or gray, I would be a very happy camper with an entire closet of pink and yellow. And maybe some navy and white just to round things out.
Actually what am I talking about? That’s exactly the composition of my closet right now.
So Passover is next week. Le what? If you’re anything like my five closest friends from my MBA program, this is your first year going to a Passover dinner and you have no freaking clue what to wear. Or you’re like me and you’re a seasoned pro… but somehow still at a loss for what to wear.
Enter: me and my solution for what to wear to Passover Seder.
And, just because I love food (and I know y’all feel the same way), I’ve linked a few of my favorite Passover recipes – all of which I’ll be making for my Seder with my MBA friends next week.
I meant to write a post for Tuesday. And one for Wednesday. But then I remembered that I had two quizzes on Wednesday… and this biddie needed to study at least a little bit for a little thing called school.
The worst, I know.
But on the plus side, I got an A on my strategy quiz. So yay for that.
Speaking of school, this bow detail navy t-shirt is perfect for going from school (or work!) to play. Though it’s basically a t-shirt, the bow gives it a little more “oomf”, making it at once both playful and professional. I bought it a few weeks ago and so far I’ve worn it to class, on a date, on a girls’ night out, and even with leggings for lounging around at home. Plus, it’s navy. And y’all know how much I love navy.