Mustard Scalloped Top + Teal Skirt

No matter how hard I try, I cannot seem to get the wrinkles out of this shirt. I've ironed it plenty of times, but I think it has it out for me. I've considered giving it away because of the issue, but every time I go to take it off the hanger and throw it my pile of clothes that need new homes, I can't bring myself to do it. Those scallops! That mustard color! I can handle a few wrinkles, right? And so, every few months, I put it on and face the consequences. Eternally wrinkled I shall be. ...but I mean, it's still cute, right? Right.

My life right now is just counting down the days until I get to leave customer service forever. I can't wait until I don't have to be yelled at by rude people for mistakes I didn't make. It's brutal, to say the least. On the bright side, I will forever be overly kind to anyone working in customer service for the rest of my life. So there's that.

Is it the weekend yet? (Please say yes.)

Top: Ruche
Skirt, shoes: Thrifted


  1. You have some serious luck with the thrifting Gods, lady! Those shoes are beautiful <3 Loving the mustard with the blue! Hoping the days fly forward for you!
    Donna x

  2. The colors in this are amazing and honestly, I didn't even really notice the wrinkles...

    And where is the new job?! Congrats!!

  3. Ahh I used to work customer service and I hated it too! I honestly think that everyone should be required to work in customer service or wait tables for a while so that they would learn to never be rude to the people who serve you!
    I also really adore your blouse - I get why you wouldn't want to get rid of it, despite the wrinkles. To be honest, I didn't even notice them... haha!

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

  4. I worked in retail for a few years so I totally understand the troubles of service jobs. It opens your eyes to how people really are. On the flip side, I have also seen some SUPER nice people from working sales so it's not all bad!

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  5. Seeing the flip side of a situation does breed a lot more compassion, for sure! The color is pretty but high maintenance clothes are a pain! Still a fun outfit though :)