OOTD :: of heatwaves and feeling fat

Apparently I brought the hot weather with me.

My lovely team members were quick and ready to mention ad nauseam that California had experienced unseasonably cool summer days while I was away and today’s sweltering 95 degrees Fahrenheit was one of the hottest of the month.

Of course. Why did I expect any differently? I have no clout with the weather gods. Perhaps because I whinge about it so frequently?

The good news is that the a/c works like gangbusters in my classroom, so even though I had to move furniture and put up posters, I still managed to stay cool. Today’s outfit helps with that too.

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I love how the jersey of the skirt and the cotton modal of the top make the perfect combination of easy, breezy comfort. I also adore the cute strappiness of the sandals, even though it was partially masked by the maxi’s length.

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Of course, the lack of structure in this ensemble garnered me an apologetic “yes” from one of my colleagues when I asked her point blank if I looked like I gained weight over the summer. At least, I’m hoping it was the a lack of structure. I know I put on a few because of the generous amounts of alcohol I’d imbibed, but I was kinda hoping it was all water weight and that getting back to my normal eating routine would flatten me out in no time.

I’m giving myself a couple of weeks of high protein/low carb/minimal alcohol/portion controlled eating before I go into full-fledged panic mode. But I’m keeping my size 8s just in case…

:: Just the facts, ma’am ::
Top – Old Navy
Skirt – Old Navy
Sandals – Montego Bay Club @ Payless (sim, sim, sim)

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2 thoughts on “OOTD :: of heatwaves and feeling fat

  1. You didn’t look like you gained weight to me : ( You know I would find a nice way to tell you. I just thought you smelled pretty.

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