• erin loechner

    erin loechner

  • headscarf

    headscarf

  • boat shoes

    boat shoes

  • what to wear to a cookout

    what to wear to a cookout

  • MYkind: today’s outfit.

    07.07.2011 / myKind

    In where I show you my cookout attire. See?

    [Striped tee: Target, Boyfriend jeans: Husband’s closet, Boat shoes: Target, Scarf: The Grocery, Necklace: Coatt, Knitted pouf: Mary Marie Knits, Photos: Betsy King]

    Here’s a secret: Always wear boat shoes to a cookout. I’ve burned many a toe while grilling a brat for myself. Plus? They’re super cute.

    This headscarf, you guys. It is patterned with what you might call the manimal: half people, half animal. Brilliant. I wear it near daily.

    Twizzler brought to you by late night hunger pains.

     

    • I can’t believe those boat shoes are from Target! I thought for sure they were topsiders. This series is my favorite- I always look forward to it.

      And you look a bit like the lovely Michelle Williams in that cute twizzler photo.

    • so cute! You are a pro indeed! To sniff out that striped tee & boat shoes from Target and those jeans from hubby’s closet?? PRO!!!!

    • Wow! Those shoes are from Target.. must go there asap! I was looking through your fabulous outfits and I can’t believe half the stuff you get from target and h&m!! Thanks for the inspiration.

    • dudes, target has the best shoes ever. :)

    • u look amazing as always!!

    • thanks, kumiko!

    • boat shoes?! at target?! GOOD FIND.

    • thank you! they are FANTASTIC!!!

    • Love this! I am actually going to a cook out this evening and I just bought my first pair of boat shoes this week! I have the cutest print bandana from Wally World for a buck, too! I’m totally wearing both after being inspired by this outfit of yours!

    • I am so into the scarf-in-the-hair thing these days! Every once in a while I’ll get a sideways look, but I’m thinking it’s totally worth it. Love this post.

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