Well, the final TARDIS Tuesday until August anyway.
Funny how I used to live in tunics untucked but now, although I am still fluffy and although I still adore the print of this top, I find myself slightly dissatisfied with this outfit. I really didn’t mind the silhouette in the mirror. It wasn’t until I snapped the pics and saw the results that I realized I could’ve done something else.
It looks sloppy somehow? I should’ve done at least a half tuck? Perhaps I shouldn’t have purchased it in a large? One never knows with Old Navy though, right? The shrinkage potential is incredible. I threw this sucker in the wash in warm and dried it in the dryer and it still ended up looking like it’s wearing me instead of the other way around.
I know some fashionistas would’ve immediately belted it or thrown a completer piece over it, but we all know my deep distrust of belts and it was too warm for a cardi or blazer. Besides, there’s something about a tunic that begs to be left alone, don’t you think?
Or am I being weird?
If someone has a suggestion for making this top work, lemme know. Otherwise, I may just relegate it to the area of my closet labeled “house clothes” and I’ll just wear it when I’m shlumping around at home.
At least I’ve got TARDIS blue well represented, eh?
:: Just the facts, ma’am ::
Top – Old Navy
Pixie pants – Old Navy
Sandals – Macy’s
:: Scream it from the top of your lungs ::
Carry On by Fun