Sorry, I didn't post last night. It was Friday Night Football! I was a little more excited about it then I should have been, haha :] But I had fun hanging out with my friends and stuff. But THIS is what I wore to school. A flowy printed top, some gray skinnies, and some kick-butt combat boots!!! I liked them because they didn't make the outfit so... girly.
It rained ALL day. So I had to come up with an outfit that was somewhat water proof and always stylishly cute.. :D I chose a teal wool blazer, wide leg jeans, pointed teal flats and a ocean inspired scarf. BTW, I like the way the grass is swallowing me :D
Tee- Rue 21 Scarf- Thrifted Blazer- Vintage Jeans- Old Navy Shoes- Wet Seal
Third day of school... It feels like the 3rd week. I'm very ready for summer, it's horrible, haha.
Well my outfit was mostly decided based on my newest favorite item. My maroon flowy top. The whole outfit kind of reminded me of the 60s/70s and I really want to go see 'Taking Woodstock" haha.. ALMOST forgot, those shoes are my love and life right now.. they hurt like heck;guess I shouldn't wear new shoes to school, beauty is pain? ;)
Second day back to school. Already over it, haha. But I have to get an education right? So today's "theme" was casualll. I wanted to look for classes in something comfortable, plus, it rained.. So I opted for a striped blue and periwinkle oxford shirt, old-starting-to-distress straight legs jeans, black leather-like sandals and a black shoulder strap bag.
So, today was my first day back to school. I tried to pick out an outfit that was casual, AND statement making. I wore distressed black skinny jeans, a simple white tee, and peep-pumps. It was casual, yet it popped out of the crowd of jeans and plaid tops...
So, I recently...well like two hours ago saw Confessions of A Shopaholic again. It was even better the second time... I'm no shopaholic but I can definetly relate to "Rebecca Bloomwood"'s feeling of joy and complete-ness when she purchases something. It's a thrill. But I'm like super cheap,,, so I've basically decided to never get a credit card... that all may change later in life, but for now I like the feeling that I have some kind of control over my spending. :]
What did you think of the movie? I personally didn't think it was as cliche as it seemed in the trailers and stuff. And I had a BALLLLL watching the featurettes and especially those involving Patricia[Pat] Fields, who of-freaking-course did costumes. She does every major fashion movie. It excited me a little bit!
In other news, I recently got a LOOKBOOK.nu account. I recieved an invitation :] I honestly don't know how to post a link to my profile, though. Haha, oh well.