Only on special occasions do I make exceptions for speaking in third person about myself. Now is one of those occasions. However, in my defense, when my husband allots five seconds for the taking of pictures, I seize the opportunity, rats' nest and all, especially when the rats' nest resides on only one side of my head.
This leather jacket? I really love it, and would you like to know its best quality? Of course you do. It was free. Years ago, one of my brother's ex-girlfriends (no one knows which one) left this coat at my parents' house. I guess I never needed a sister to steal clothes from; I scored enough hand me downs from all of my brothers' friends who were about five-seven years older than I was.
These shoes? They were as good as free. I paid $15 (SUPER sale) for these clouds on my feet, and they're from Easy Spirit. I assure you that store is no longer just for orthopedic-wearing grandmas. (FYI: nothing but love for orthopedic-sporting lasses.)
One of our apartment neighbors caught us taking pictures, but that's okay. He turned out to be a congenial old man with two adorable pups, Rex and Woody (don't worry; I laughed at the name only in my head.) I was about five steps from scooping up little Rex and darting to my apartment with him. After I walked away, I realized that the man introduced his dogs but never introduced himself.
If he told me his name was Peter Johnson with a dog named Woody, I don't think I could have controlled myself, so maybe that's for the best.
Polka Dot Sweater: Target (option with some cute print options!)
Shoes: Easy Spirit (silver capped option)
Jacket: No name brand (free is free)
Necklace: New York and Company (similar option on Amazon)
Belt: Came with a dress
Look, there's Squirt acting a fool because OH MY GOSH, THERE'S ANOTHER DOG IN MY LINE OF SIGHT. MUST DESTROY EVERYONE'S EARS WITH BARKS AND BARKS AND BARKS.
Previously, I wore this skirt these two ways:
Original summer look here
Original fall look here