Sunday is for Mexican

Cardigan : Walmart

Dress : Dots

Sandals : Burlington

I’m pretty sure my city has an unspoken rule that involves eating at the Mexican restaurant on Sundays. You would not believe how packed that place is every week after church. So today, me & the hubs decided to join in the tradition and get our grub on! Can I just say best meal ever – no wonder they stay crowded. Now I’m laying in bed with the itis…go figure! 

Anyway, I just wanted to share this little ensemble I wore to church.  I had to pull out the old trusty cardigan because they keep the air on full blast!! Out of my maxi collection, this is probably one of my favorites. The polyester material keeps me cool and comfortable!

Well, I’m off to take a nap so I can enjoy the rest of my holiday weekend. I sure hope that you are doing the same! What are some of your Sunday traditions? I’d love to hear about them 😉




  1. May 27, 2012 / 19:31

    Gorgeous!!! Love the outfit. How did you get the sweater like that? I do not have any traditions for this holiday even though I was in the Air Force. However, I am about to meet one of my girlfriends at the movies to watch Men in Black III. I am a Will Smith stalker. LOL!! Enjoy your holiday and thinks for the update.

    • May 29, 2012 / 19:50

      Thanks! I just tied the ends in a knot in the center and tucked the loose edges into the sweater.

  2. May 28, 2012 / 00:24

    Eat on every holiday!! Lol. I know this wasnt about your hair, but I love that style. It shows off the cheek bones. I'm going to have steal that lol. Is braided at the top?

    • May 29, 2012 / 19:49

      Aww, thank you. It's was actually a chunky twist out that I pulled up into a puff…super easy 😉

  3. May 29, 2012 / 19:55

    Your web looks absolutely gorgeous. I was thinking to follow each other. Tell me what you think :X


  4. June 7, 2012 / 21:59

    stunning…simply stunning! and i must echo the others and say your hair is beautiful. and i also must say i'm gonna try that cardigan knot trick too!

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