Hovering right around the knee area, they elude a mysterious sort of sexiness just like the pencil skirt does.
Especially when paired with heels and dressed up.
Just like the pencil skirt.
Now, I know you may be surprised to hear me saying that.
You know, since I am always complaining that God gave me mini tree trunks for legs.
And you may even be more surprised that I would wear them given how short I am.
And that I just told you how I lust for maxi dresses but would never wear one due to my small stature.
This weekend I wore bermudas x two.
Meaning, both Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday I wore black bermudas with a foil, ruffle tank and cardi. My necklace was so dramatic and edgy that it needed some basics to really set it off.
I had to work and we had dinner plans with friends right after so I wanted to wear something that would transition nicely.
These drapey,caftanesque tops that I now own in black lace, gray cotton, white sweater knit, this muted pink and a gorgeous breton stripe.
Addicted? Yes, I think so.
Dr. Drew, is that you? Yes, I do need help! Can you please make a version of Celebrity Rehab called, Non-Celebrity Rehab for Shopaholics and Blog Users???
For so many years, the button up shirt with the collar popped up has been almost like "my trademark".
Lately, wearing these flowing tops and the many caftans I have been accumulating has become my "look".
The off the shoulderness of it all adds that little bit of sex appeal?
Who doesn't want to feel sexy?
Especially after someone- and- her- husband- who- shall- remain- nameless stayed out til 1 am and had to go work early the next morning?
For a shirt to achieve that, well, that's like a damn magic trick!
cardi,necklace and foil tank: express
bangles: one from limited, one from express
heels: ralph lauren