Saturday, November 7, 2009
Saturday, October 3, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Took my first test of the school year.
Tried to switch into APArt.
Counselors busy. Can't switch schedule.
Already dreading school. Teachers scare me.
Nonetheless, threw on a brown beachy smocked dress over a blue green striped tee. Wrapped a long scarf around for a bit of warmth and for the sake of embellishing.
At the end of the school day, my messy bun became even messier. Hardy har har. I made thin braids on both sides of my head and proceeded to make a messy bun, leaving my side bangs down.
I bought this coin bracelet the week before school started at claire's just so I could use up my gift card. Eh, it didn't work. I now have like 4 dollars left. That's annoying.
I was unpleasantly surprised that day. Having not stepped into a Claire's store in forever, I walked in thinking about a store of cute jewelry. BOY WAS I MISTAKEN. IT WAS TACKY AND DISGUSTED ME, BASICALLY. this, however, i like. haha. the disgust i felt in claire's was present, but a hundred times, worse the day before that, at none other than... Forever 21. anyways, point is. i like this bracelet. it jingles when i move my wrist :). jingle jingle
2) Biking! cycled around, enjoyed the amazing scenery
Second Day of School Garb. I've never worn the shirt and cardi together before, and was excited at the outcome. This is probably my favorite outfit this week.
Friday, August 21, 2009
Thursday, August 20, 2009
First of all, the horizontal stripes make my shoulders look exceedingly wide. I'm wondering if its the cut on my narrow shoulders rather than the actual stripes, though. Usually horizontal on top helps balance out my bottom half.
I paired this form-fitting striped tunic with dark purple leggings and layered a flowy black tank top over it. The tank has a cute little pocket, but it's not visible in this picture. Shoes? I wore my trusty and well-worn purple flower flip-flops that my daddy bought for me in Burma! Yup. Just wanted to share (erm, brag about) my pretty necklace!
Adios soon-to-be-amigos, Teri