Super casual day for me called for a super hero T-shirt. The weather was decent, and I wanted to help with "field day" at my daughter's school. I also frantically picked up my house so I could host an impromptu "hurray for summer" cake treat after school with seven of my daughter's buds and parents.
Nineteen months ago, I wrote a blog post about "personalizing fashion." This Wonder Woman T-shirt is one of my favorite examples. I loved Wonder Woman when I was a girl and enjoy the tongue in cheek reference to me being Wonder Woman now (without the hot pants and, alas, no golden lasso or invisible plane). I also love that it isn't black. I have to work hard to inject color into my wardrobe, since I almost always want to default to black. It is a little stretched out and I think this might be its last season before it's too tired to carry on. I started looking last year for a replacement, but didn't like the other designs I found as much as this one. I'll try again this year.
- Red Wonder Woman T-shirt (fours old, Target, $14)
- Antique wash Levis 515 jeans (two years old, Kohl's, $29.99 sale)
- Personalized black and beige "Chucks" (one year old, converse.com, $60)
- Thin wire gold hoops (one year old, Target, $30)