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Thursday, December 24, 2009
Christmas time seems to be a time of difficulty for my camera. Some of my older readers will remember that this time last year I dropped my camera and had to get a new one. Now, I have not only ruined my memory card, but I bent the cord receiver for the camera, so I have to get myself a card reader. In the meantime, I am using my sister's card reader on her laptop. Hopefully, after I come home from from San Fransisco (I leave on the 26th), I will get a new one and be back in the game. I miss blogging so badly!
Blouse: Thrifted from Saver's
Leggings and Coat: Express
Necklaces: Thrifted and Forever 21
Boots: Forever 21
Beanie: Urban Outfitters
Sunday, December 20, 2009
This is how I feel, right now.
So, my camera is being very funky right now and it has me quite depressed. For whatever reason, the computer has stopped recognizing my memory card. I can take pictures and view pictures on the camera, but the drive doesn't pop up in My Computer so I can't upload them. I'm really struggling with it, as I love blogging and I'm missing it desperately. I am heading into a camera store tomorrow and I will update you all as soon as possible. Just know that I have not abandoned you and I will be back as soon as I am able.
Sunday, December 13, 2009
So, the freezing temperatures made me want nothing but comfort. I was also irrationally afraid of falling on the ice, so I opted for a week of motorcycle boots and converse all stars.
Today, I was so desperate to dress up, I did it for no reason at all except that it was Sunday. However, when I put on my shoes, I struggled with walking! The muscles in my feet had gotten used to flats and I was stumbling like a drunk. It took about 10 minutes of picture taking for me to finally get my sea legs. Don't worry, though, I'm back in the saddle again.
I can't remember the last time I've worn flats this long. Probably in college?
Skirt: Faith 21
Tee: James Perse
Necklace: Secondhand from garage sale
Fur stole: Secondhand from my grandmother
Title inspiration for the day:
A Fine Frenzy- "What I Wouldn't Do"
Sorry for the absence. I've been moving, dealing with getting my wireless set up, struggling through negative degree temperatures, ice, and freezing pipes. It was a freaking weird week!
Anyway, I realize that the contest I was running ended seven days ago and I promise that I will select a winner this week. I will try to be around this week, but my internet is still not up, so we'll see what happens.
Tank: Old Navy
Sweater: Secondhand from Savers (four sizes too big)
Boots: Forever 21
Rings: (too many) Verameat, Urban Outfitters, Forever 21, Overstock, secondhand from garage sale
Saturday, December 5, 2009
I'm in a bit of a rut clothing-wise. I'll blame it on the alternation between bitter cold and excessive snow. Also, I needed a pretty easy outfit today. I started out the morning by stewarding for a beer competition (so I was drinking at about 8:30am--yikes!), then I snuck in a trip to Saver's and was pretty successful before going to my last puppy training class.
Then, I headed over to Nordstrom Rack to return those shoes I asked you all about. However, when I got there, the lady at the cash registered asked me if I wanted to keep them since they were now 35% off. I decided to keep them and just do a price adjust. They were that much more appealing at thirty dollars cheaper.
Tee: Every Little Counts
Cardigan: Secondhand from Saver's
Necklaces: Forever 21 and unknown
Boots: CAT Boots (from overstock.com)
Thursday, December 3, 2009
These shoes are completely impractical right now (what with the weather being only 9 degrees, currently), but I am on a shoe bender. Plus, how fortuitous that I would find yet another pair of 70' shoes, this time closer to what I wanted. These Michael Kors were at DSW. I never frequent DSW, as I am perpetually disappointed. However, I had an appointment to get my roots done and I was early. There happens to be a DSW across the street from my salon and so I ventured forth. These babies were originally over $200, but I got them for $28! They are so damn ugly no one else wanted them, but fortunately for me I love ugly things.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
I have been pining for a pair of vintage 60's platform wedges (preferably in wood), but unfortunately, have yet to find one.
Well, during a break in my tutoring this evening, I stopped by Nordstrom Rack. I was super disappointed in their selection, but right before I was about to call it a day, I found these platforms.
I'm still contemplating whether or not to keep them, because, eventhough I love them, they feel a little bit 90's and not as 60's as I was hoping for.
What do you guys think?