Man, I realized as I was typing up this post that the majority of this outfit came from Forever 21 (all purchased on different trips, too).
When I pulled this sweater out of my closet, I was feeling green. The green stripes just weren’t enough green, so I thought about pairing it with a green skirt I have. Then I saw the mint jeans that I love. Of course, I ended up choosing them.
These Missoni for Target flats have really come in handy with their plethora of colors. If I had been thinking about it though, I would have switched them out for my green leprechaun shoes.
Outfit Details: Knit: Charter Club; Sweater: Target; Skirt: Laundry by Shelli Segal, thrifted; Shoes: Shellys London, via Modcloth.com.
Originally, it was just the sweater and the skirt but it didn’t look finished to me. So I threw this knit thing over, and I felt like it looked a little better. I was also lazy, and didn’t feel much like jewelry.
Also, I’m really loving the sunshine that Washington State is getting lately! It’s been wonderful outside.
These are one of my all time favorite pairs of shoes. The pink bows always lift my mood.
Also it was completely unintentional, but i love that I matched my nail polish to my outfits. Essie’s Chincilly is my new favorite nail color.
Outfit Details: Knit Thingy: Forever 21; Long Sleeve Shirt: No Boundaries, via Walmart; Jeans: Per Se, via Ross; Boots: Bandolino, via Macy’s.
You know how when you start watching a show, it steadily, insiduously, begins to take root in your everyday life? Phrases like “statistical probability” start popping up with alarming frequency. And that’s when you know you’ve been on Netflix for too long. Yeah, I’ve been watching Numb3rs since I finished Lie to Me.
Unfortunately, I haven’t completely got out of the Lie to Me mindset, and whenever I see particular facial expressions in Numb3rs my brain starts screaming “Contempt! Contempt! He did it! He did it!”
I don’t have much to say about this outfit. I ended up tutoring kids in it, so it was comfortable and warm and essentially fulfilled it’s purpose. Unfortunately, it also was not nearly as flattering as I believed it to be. Whoops.