Monday, November 24, 2014

Outfit: Black Tights and Life Retrospective

    As a style blogger, I have plenty of awkward photo-snapping stories under my belt. Ones that tell of people slowing down their cars and gawking on the streets while I stood in front of my tripod. Others of catching couples mid-coitus with my best gal, Ashley, while using an abandoned building as a background. It's not an easy life, but it's the life I chose. Jeesh. Anyways, words cannot describe how happy I am to have a pretty brick wall surrounding our new apartment building, It's privacy offers me a chance of not looking like a nervous dork, and also the freedom to take pictures right outside of my home. We picked a good one, folks.
     I stepped out to keep my blogging game alive on a day that felt more like early Spring, which can stick around as long as it wants to; although I'm sure it won't for long. Ugh. I've been living in these shoes that I scored for ONE DOLL HAIR. Cheers to good, cheap clothing. There's something about a masculine shoe that makes my heart happy. (Is that weird?) I'm also trying to rock the knee-high socks until it's just too cold to have any leg exposed; they are my favorite.
What looks are you loving as the weather turns colder?

Outfit Details:
Dress- Pac Sun
Jacket- Old Navy
Tights- Target
Socks- Forever 21
Purse- T.J. Maxx
Glasses, necklace, and shoes- Thrifted

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Bits and Pieces

     Forgive me, bloggers. For I have sinned. It has been nearly a month since my last post. Ugh. Time has been slipping away from me in between unpacking and trying to make our new place a home. This in no way counts as an "apartment tour", but these snapshots are the only areas of our apartment that are in order. We had a couple of minor setbacks during our move, like our couch not fitting through our hallway. We've been lounging on couch cushions and kitchen chairs, in the meantime. The unexpected kinks in settling in are at best giving Andy and I some great "our first apartment" stories.      My posting will most likely become a bit sporadic, as we're not planning on getting internet until after the holidays, and a general feeling of "I don't wanna". I'm trying to get back into the swing of things, and develop a new routine, but its proving to be a bit difficult. So, for now, I'm just trying to breath. Andy and I will be leaving for Chicago to see Manchester Orchestra in a few short weeks, so at least there is that to look forward to; among other things, I'm sure!

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