Wow - it's been a long time since I posted a WIW (thus, apologies for a whole week of pics in one post).
Thistle's post resonated with me - I, too, am feeling blah, and not fitting into my clothes the way I did before I started working out about nine months ago (so far, the work outs have resulted in weight gain - especially in the butt). And it's cold. I'm over-busy with work, and not getting anywhere near enough sleep and the combo is keeping me from enjoying the season, or even really caring - except that I don't like being so cold :)
Enough whining. This is what I wore the past week. I didn't feel like it was special, but looking back, I kind of like some of them (#2, 5 and 7). Only #6 seems extremely frumpy to me from this point.
#1 the cream fisherman sweater is too short to be worn with my pants slung this low.
#2 Is my version of Angie's Thanksgiving outfit, and I liked it. The wide-leg pants are new to me (and a larger size that I would like to need), but the better fit was much better than the pairs I had been wearing.
#3 is gray over teal snake-print jeans, with a chunky teal scarf.
#4 is a cranberry sweatshirt over black boot-cut jeans (burgundy boots and red/black/blue scarf)
#5 is a navy sweater with white jeans and black belt and boots.
#6 is dark jeans with an oatmeal sweater and red scarf and shoes. I'd like to think it didn't look as frumpy in person, but I'm probably fooling myself.
#7 is gray jeans, a raspberry sweater and black boots and belt.
Comments? How do you combat the winters-not-even-started-yet-and-I'm-tired-of-it blues? I feel like I need more heavy sweaters (The sweaters in #1, 2 and 5 are my two heavy sweaters - the others are medium weight and seem to require more than just a long-sleeved tee under them).