You’ve never seen booties so fashionable! The practicality of Timberlands with all the sass of heels. Plus a green top for a festive St. Patrick’s Day look.
I don’t know about you, but my wardrobe’s been a little (A LOT) confused by the weather lately. 70 degrees one day, chance of snow the next…WHAT?!? There have been more than a couple times where I walk out of the building for track practice in legging, sweatpants, a sweatshirt, my winter coat, and gloves only to find that the temperature miraculously went up to 60 degrees and I look ridiculous. Mother Nature…uhhmmm…GURL BYE 😉 .
Moving on from that little rant, it’s St. Patty’s Day week (and Pi Day!!), so pull out your green clothes and potatoes (<- did I just try to rhyme…?). Speaking of potatoes, I’m actually pretty excited for some traditional corned beef and cabbage. I may not like regular potatoes (sue me), but I LOVE those tender, sweet carrots in the roast. Do any of you have a traditional food for St. Patrick’s Day?
When I was younger, my mom would put green food dye in everything from “leprechaun milk” to french toast. Plus, the stores would start selling green bagels. Yeah, those don’t really sound too appetizing when you think about it, haha 😉 . I’m thinking this year I’ll be getting in my green more with avocado toast and spinach. Happy St. Patty’s Day to all and if it’s snowing where you are too, stay warm and stay safe 🙂 !
Let me know…
Do you do anything special for St. Patrick’s Day?
Heels or flats?
What’s the weather like where you are?
Enjoy the moment,
xoxo Meah <3