summer :: outfit

I kind of wish coolots were in style still. I mean, were in style. Because unless you were a part of Maranatha Baptist’s athletic program, they were never in style. And yeah, in case you were wondering, the majority of my high school years included coolots. I had three brothers, a cop for a dad and a drawer full of coolots. How many dates do you think I went on? We won state though, so, there’s that.

Anyway, it’s hard to chase after a three year old and assist your almost five year old (5 year old?! We’ll talk about that later) on the playground in a dress. Let’s not even discuss trying to contain and resolve tantrums in one. But it’s also hot and the closest thing to shorts I own is a skirt…hence the desire to just sew up the middle and swish around in some coolots.

I would never.

But I would wear a fanny pack. I’m not even kidding.

I love this dress though and think I’ll probably wear it every day this Summer – with bloomers underneath or something. (It’s from TJ Maxx)

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