Anyway, it's been a while since I've updated on any of my blogs and I've been busy with a few photography gigs of my own, so I thought I'd drop an update on what I wore over Thanksgiving weekend:
Shirt: Bloomingdale's, Jeans: BDG, Shoes: Johnston & Murphy
I went to hang out with an old friend in town from Iraq on Wednesday and threw this on before meeting up. This photo combines elements of things I love. Photography (the photo itself). Peanuts (Schroeder). Piano. Soft shirts. You’ll have to trust me on that last one. If I could somehow fit Domo Kun into this picture, it’d be perfect.
Shirt: Urban Outfitters, Jeans: BDG, Shoes: Kenneth Cole
This year was unseasonably warm (well, maybe not unseasonably- it IS Texas after all) so rather than awesome long sleeve shirts, I had to go for something less sweat inducing. I had just picked up this shirt from Urban Outfitters the day before on sale for $9.99 and figured it would be appropriate. There’s just something about argyle print that is reminiscent of the holidays. The short sleeve version was perfect for watching the city’s outdoor tree lighting ceremony and fireworks show just outside my apartment complex.
Shirt: 7 Diamonds, Tie: John Ashford, Blazer: Forever XXI, Slacks: Pazoni, Shoes: Johnston & Murphy
I had a friend from college’s wedding to go to. During the wedding ceremony, I stuck with my traditional suit, but for the reception, I threw on my Forever XXI corduroy blazer for a bit more night time pizazz. Unfortunately, the thing doesn’t quite photograph well and the color’s a bit off in the picture, but it was pretty cool. Trust me on this.
Shirt: Threadless, Jacket: Forever XXI, Jeans: BDG, Shoes: Kenneth Cole
A cold front poured in from the night before so for dim sum on Sunday, I threw on my Forever XXI jacket over a Threadless shirt. It's one o' them military-type jackets with the little shoulder epaulettes. Betcha didn't think I knew what those things were called.
In case you were wondering, like the table of friends I said hi to did during dim sum, the shirt has a bear in cognito as a bee asking a bee where the honey’s at. As I am nearing thirty and still single, I, too, often ask myself that question. Where tha hunnies at, indeed.