Sunday, December 9, 2012

What I Wore Sunday (Vol. 6)


Once again linking up at Fine Linen and Purple.

Today is my last Sunday at school until January and me and my roommate are going to see the Nutcracker. Even though nutcrackers strike a slight fear in me I am super excited to go see the performance ($8 tickets through the university only make it sweeter).

I was going for a Christmas look without being over the top green and red.



Gold Dress: Apt. 9 at Kohls
Grey Cardigan: Old Navy
Black Boots: Don't laugh...."The Woman Within"
Scarf: Made by yours truly!!


I actually finished it at about 1:30 this morning because I really wanted to wear it today.

I also decided to feature my gorgeous roommate who was my date for the day.


This are her "special occasion" shoes, aren't they adorable!?!


It was a great day. Not only did we go into Pittsburgh and were blown away by the Nutcrakcer, we also ate at Burgetory and stopped in at Ikea. I got a gift for my secret santa but I can't show it here just in case.

Ikea:


My dinner:


Now I must be back to studying Peds. If you think of it Monday morning, say a prayer for me.

Live joy.

11 comments:

  1. Cute outfits!
    I went to FUS and studied nursing too.
    Are you in the Handmaids household? (I was--if so we certainly have a lot in common!)

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    1. It is so great to connect with other Franciscan grads!! I am actually a woman of Regina Angelorum. I have a strong devotion to OL of the Annunciation and she is actually my household saint, hence the name of the blog.

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  2. Nice work on the scarf! I have one that I made, but I hardly ever wear it. That needs to change!

    Also, yes- your roomies shoes are amazing!

    That dinner looks pretty amazing too :)

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    1. Yes you must change that!! It is so great when someone goes cute scarf and you can reply "o I made it"

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  3. So cute! Love the shoes and scarf. And I'm a nursing grad from FUS too. Small world. :)

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    1. So good, more Franciscan grads!!! So how is my life different that you see on my blog from your life when you were here?

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  4. Great scarf! I want one of those knitted infinity/loop scarves... so, props to you for making one! :) Great outfit overall.

    Good luck with your exam!! Prayers your way!

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    1. Thanks!! One is down and went well, one to go.

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  5. That scarf is so great! And those shoes are pretty awesome too!

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  6. Both of you look so cute! I'm impressed that you MADE that scarf!

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  7. The scarf is fabulous! I like your overall look.

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