Outfit Post: 12/1/12


Tee: Threadless — Jeans: Nordstrom Rack — Boots: Duo — Belt: Thrifted — Coat [below]: Thrifted (Tulle) — Earrings: Solano Stroll — Ring: Target — Bangles: Swap


Whoa, guys. Whoa. The middle of the week is hitting me hard, so let’s briefly look back on an outfit from Saturday, when my hair was still poofy and I had not a care in the world.


My mom and stepdad were briefly in town, so before heading off to Tia’s mom’s salon for our haircut appointments, Mike and I met up with them for tacos. Can I just say I love meeting up with people for tacos? If you’re ever trying to get me to go somewhere and I seem reluctant, just throw in some tacos and I’m there.


Later we met up again for Thai food, because we are nothing if not a food-loving people. Also, it was at the restaurant where my mom worked for ten years, so, y’know. I weep bitter tears today that our leftovers are already gone. Oh, the squid. Oh, the special pork. I miss you.


I got rid of most of my crewneck Threadless shirts this year because I just don’t wear them that often, and I know babydoll tees aren’t the hottest thing on the fashion blergs these days, but I still have a soft spot for this one. If you can’t figure out why, then I have nothing more to say to you. Begone!


3 thoughts on “Outfit Post: 12/1/12

  1. I like your shirt. The other day I was Skyping with someone from India, and the signal was kind of bad and the video kept freezing up. I got really frustrated and then realized I was angry because a free video phone call to someone halfway across the world was slightly buggy. The future doesn’t have as many flying cars/people as expected, but we might live there.
    (As for the disease thing, we have made huge strides in a lot of things, but I am sure that in 100 years we will talk about how barbaric medicine was in the twenty-teens. (And you and I will still be around to do it, because of future medicine! (That’s right, I nested parentheses. I’m a badass.)) Barbarism case in point: today, we pump people full of poisons in order to try to save them from cancer. In 100 years I hope we’ll think of that like bloodletting or leeches. We’ll laugh at poor uneducated today-doctors: “They thought indiscriminately pumping people full of poisons caused more good than harm? Why didn’t they use nanoparticle-sized robots that targeted the individual tumor sites? What monsters!”)

  2. I love that tee shirt! I still have almost all of my crew-neck Threadless tees, but have been slowly turning them into something better fitting for me. The lady-size baby-doll tees, even in the largest sizes, do not fit me, so I hack my own.

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