Dressed for: New Year’s Insights

Already Pretty outfit featuring camel cable sweater, burgundy skirt, heather brown tights, burgundy boots, garnet stud earrings

Sweater – thrifted – similarbudget options on eBay
Skirt – J.Crew (no longer available in this color) – similar features
Tights – SPANX High-waisted Tight-End Tights
Boots – Sam Edelman Seraphina
Bag, Furla via Opitz – similar
Earrings – courtesy  Silver Speck

Wore this to a lovely night out with Elizabeth, Sarah, and Christina. We each got a psychic reading at Eye of Horus (Christine rocks!), then headed to French Meadow to debrief and discuss. Those ladies are a balm for my soul, I tell ya. I’m lucky to have them. We planned and schemed and advised and brainstormed until they kicked us out of the restaurant. I feel so much more prepared for and excited about the coming year now!

(The contents of the reading are private, but it sounds like good things are on their way!)

When you’re considering your goals for the coming year, do you consult with others or consider on your own?


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5 Responses to “Dressed for: New Year’s Insights”

  1. Patti @ NotDeadYet Style

    I love the shape and color of that skirt Sal! I think it’s wonderful fun to get together with trusted friends and talk over plans. It gets the creative juices flowing.

  2. Megan Mae

    Sweet skirt! I’ve always wondered how readings went. I already see a therapist, and I consider them knowing enough about me too much. ;P

    Hope you had a happy birthday Ms Sally!

  3. Anne

    Sally you look beautimous! Happy birthday. I used to keep my goals to myself because I didn’t want to have to explain if I didn’t accomplish them. Now, I share some of them. I did my first triathlon almost two years ago and I did tell people about my goal because I thought it would keep me motivated. (I dreaded the idea of telling people that I chickened out more than I dreaded the training.) Some of my goals I still keep to myself because I find that some people who don’t understand things tend to criticize and criticism is not always helpful in reaching your goals. I guess my thought is: tell people who you think will help you and encourage you along the way. Good luck with all of yours in the coming year.

  4. elin

    Happy birthday and happy new year, Sal! I respect the wish to keep quiet about those goals. I often share everything related to my big plans and when they fall through I feel foolish. I always resolve to keep my cards a little closer to my chest, but somehow I always end up sharing….someday that will change! Anyway, I commend you on your wisdom!