Monday, July 30, 2012

Go U.S.A.!

07.24.12
top: Anthro / skirt: J.Crew / shoes: Jeffrey Campbell / sunnies: Gucci

This weekend was spent working, scrapping and watching the Olympics. Although I was not uber-impressed with Danny Boyle's opening ceremony, I did love seeing the athletes from all over the world (and from countries I didn't even know existed) entering the stadium. So far, my favorite event to watch is swimming. As much as I think Michael Phelps is an incredible athlete, Ryan Lochte deserves his time now.

9 comments:

The Small Fabric Of My Life said...

Love the mix of pink and purple. We are all enjoying the Olympics here and finding out about new sports too.

Wendy said...

I watched a little, but found the presenter ueber boring and fell asleep.

We got one gold and the guy smashed the record for the breast stroke ... so awesome. Not sure if we'll manage any more, but I'm happy :-)

Love the outfit and especially the top ... it's stunning.

Have a wonderful week.

Sal said...

What a cool top!

Megan Mae said...

Love that top! It looks fabulous with your sleek pencil skirt. I'm not much of a sports fan of any kind so I tend to skip the Olympics. I haven't had much time to watch television this summer anyway. Oh well!

StyleIDnet said...

I love this outfit, most of all ..... the shoes! (I am a JC fan)
Just found your blog but I am delighted with some of your outfits and the way you style them.
Good job:)

* STYLE ID NET *
* Filomenas Closet *

Style Journey said...

Loving your color combo today! Yes, the Olympics have been pretty cool, especially the swimming. Hope your day is going well :)

Joni James said...

Hi, love your pencil skirt!
I love the Winter Olympics the best and have to admit I didn't see anything more than just a few moments on the opening ceremony. I must catch up!

Rebecca said...

I don't usually watch the Opening Ceremony, but I always like watching the competitions.

Lisa - respect the shoes said...

I adore that outfit!

It was a good opening ceremony, but what those guys did out in Beijing may have ruined all future opening ceremonies for me, haha.