Sandy just needs to go away. Really... she's trashing everywhere she goes!
Just in case out power went out overnight, I showered last night. Not so great for my hair now that it's short and curly... so I wet-brushed my bangs into place then pulled the rest back so it wouldn't look soooo awful:
I picked the top because it's actually pretty warm, fits under jackets... and is a good backdrop to showcase another of my latest acquisitions:
I snagged this beauty from the chain-mail maker last week... love it! It looks like something I would have loved to have when I was in college, as well as now. Speaking of stuff from college... I have had these shoes for about 15 years or so... but haven't worn in at least ten years. Until today:
It kind of cracks me up that I polished the shoes with the instant stuff I keep in my desk after I took the photo...
Here's an old pic of the barrette I wore today. It still amazes me a bit... how long my hair actually was:
The little bar across the middle is missing, so it kept sliding down my shorter, more layered hair. Annoying!
I think I've mentioned before that I'm on the Red Cross Disaster Action Team (DAT). Of course, I got a call asking if I would be willing to staff a shelter. So I've been waiting all day to see when and where I need to show up. I finally got word that it looks like we aren't opening a shelter tonight, after all.
And I had already cancelled my office appointments, completely clearing my calendar for tomorrow. Oh well, guess I will have to show up at the office anyway.
All my east coast peeps... stay safe!
Top: I forgot the brand because I cut the itchy label out, via Pip's in Corning, NY
Jacket: VanHeusen outlet
Pants: Lane Bryant
Necklace: farmer's market in Bath, NY
Earrings: Gold Mine in Bath, NY
Barrette: either Goody or Scuncii via CVS, I suspect