Outfit Post: 6/20/13


Top and skirt: Goodwill — Flats: Thrifted (Born) — Necklace: Hand-me-down — Earrings: Swap — Ring: Target


Stripes and florals! Boring? No, classic!


I thought about writing this whole post in short telegram-like sentences, but that’s not really my thing. I’m no good at committing to a gimmick, unless you count “rambling endlessly” as a gimmick.


Anyhow, this tee is one of the first things I thrifted when I started getting interested in clothing and fashion, and it’s one of the few things that’s stuck around from that era. I’ve learned how to shop for myself more strategically since then, and my style has also just grown and changed.


It hasn’t changed so much that I don’t still like being Matchy Matchy sometimes, though. I wondered whether stone earrings with a stone necklace would be too much, but then I decided to just rock them.

Get it? Get it?!

Happy Friday, guys. I hope your weekend…rocks.

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2 thoughts on “Outfit Post: 6/20/13

  1. Hee! I laughed. I like terrible puns. My favorite commercial was the “NACHO CHEESE” one (what’s a cheese that isn’t yours)

    Also now I wish I’d gone ahead with my original outfit idea today. I thrifted a striped shirt and bought some leafy print shorts. I chickened out last minute. I won’t next time.

  2. Oh hi! I like this outfit a lot! I feel like I say that a lot, but sometimes I guess I just get repetitive. I think that happens to PR people.

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