"It looks like it's eating your head...in a good way!"
The title would be Kirsten's comment on my parka, which is quite accurate in my opinion. Hahaha, the fur-trimmed hood on this jacket is very...furry.
I did some print mixing with this look, using light pastel colors mixed with earthy browns, and I really like how it turned out. These floral jeans are becoming a fast favorite of mine! What was funny was that Kirsten and I hit up Target while I was wearing this and I was drawn to all the floral print jeans they had. They just have the best combination of styles and prices! Its a dangerous place to enter girls...I couldn't leave without snatching up two items. Both with ridiculous clearance prices of course, which made them irresistible Still, I think I better avoid that place for a while...
|Jacket & Cardigan: thrifted Tank: c/o Very Honey Jeans: Target Boots: (gift) Payless Necklace: c/o Estarer|
Ironically, the very next day I went shopping with Patrick. He needed an update in his wardrobe and figured what better person to take with him than his fashion blogger girlfriend. Haha, I convinced him to try some straight cut jeans from American Eagle, and girls...I think I'll just have to do an outfit post with him soon, because he looked good. Of course, I ended up walking out of the store with a purchase as well...but you'll have to wait and see what it was in a future post. ;)
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your loved ones! This time of year always causes such warm feelings in my heart, and the festive glow is hitting. Christmas is coming up next, but it'll be so different for me than past one's. Because the tickets for our trip to the Philippines have been bought, and mom and I leave on the 23rd! Two days before Christmas...
One thing's for sure - it'll be an untraditional Christmas! We'll just have to celebrate early. Still, it does make me sad to know I'll have to miss out on the special day with friends and family here. Especially since now that I'm listening to Christmas songs, there's that one tune that goes: "I'll be home for Christmas, you can count on me."
Ah well, there's still a chunk of time between now and then - right now I have to think about all the homework I've been putting off for this break and get 'er done!