Dressing Down a Leopard Skirt

Office Appropriate Outfits - Fall

After wearing jeans all last week I decided to mix it up and wear some skirts this week. In particular, a skirt I haven’t worn in almost exactly two years because it had gotten a bit too tight.

Well, thanks to my new workout regimen, this skirt not only fits again, it fits BETTER than when I bought it originally.


Jacket – Langford Market (similar) | Tee – Target (same) | Skirt – Target (similar) | Shoes – Kate Spade c/o Shopbop (same) | Watch – c/o Jord (same)


Yay for fitness! And food. Speaking of food, I recently tried two new-to-me restaurants. I went to brunch at Dusek’s on Sunday and then lunch at Bottlefork on Monday. Does anyone else ever regret what they ordered as soon as they start seeing what other people got? Choosing something at a restaurant always causes me a twinge of anxiety and then I wonder if I’ve ordered the “right” thing. I mean, what I get is usually good, but I then I wonder if it’s the BEST option, you know?


8 replies on “Dressing Down a Leopard Skirt

    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      My husband and I should do that more often. Of course, most of the time when I go out to eat I’m with coworkers or friends and it feels weird to ask to try their food đŸ™‚

  1. Bethany @ Accidental Intentions

    Can we discuss how big your dog has gotten? I swear, every blog post it looks like he’s grown three inches! I’m usually okay with lunch and dinner, but I have so much breakfast ordering “anxiety.” When presented with eggs, waffles, French toast, and pancakes, I’m really not sure how I’m supposed to pick among them – in general I wish I could just have one of everything! Haha.

    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      Chewie has gotten big. He’s also gotten a little chubby so we’re going to start cutting back on his food. Cattle dogs are notorious for putting on weight.

      Brunch is the most difficult meal for me because I always want both sweet and savory! I wish I could just get a tiny portion of everything.

  2. Maggie

    Yes to anxiety about what I ordered! I often ask the server which is better if I’m debating between two or more menu items. Usually they know what people love! But I also look at it as an opportunity to return to a great restaurant if I have buyer’s remorse about my order.

    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      There are so many restaurants that I kind of feel lame going back to the same one but, I suppose, if there’s something I still really want to try I should just bite the bullet.

    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      I feel like there’s not enough time (or money) to try all the restaurants I want to try AND go back to the ones where I just want to try another dish. I think that’s part of my anxiety about ordering!

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