On days like today, when it's halfway snowing outside and my room is extremely cold and the only "food" in my refrigerator are two 24-pack cases of Hawaiian Punch, crawling around my house in leggings, a scarf, and knee-high socks seems like the appropriate choice. Enter Alexa Chung. I absolutely love her fashion choices because they're fashionable AND realistic. She never looks like she's trying to be fashionable either, her clothes are naturally chic. I won't even start talking about her hair, lawd.
I'm the type of person who has a thousand things to do, but somehow finds the time to shop online at least once a day. My current must haves are: this bad boy in red (and eventually black and white), Wellies in black (since the weather here is ridiculously rainy), this cutout minidress by SMG, and finally the biggest size of this in purple...but that's beside the point! I'm always on my hustle to get this sweater that my closet yearns for or a new dress or top. Sometimes, I feel like getting everything I want for my closet is the most important thing, but it's not. I've realized that it's much more important to appreciate what you have, and I have quite a lot to be grateful for. If I get around to buying even half of the things on my list, I can pat myself on the back. Until then, I'm gonna be happy with the things I have.
Today was just one of those days. I'm pretty sure that all the things that could've gone my way today decided to turn around and smack me in the face. But here's the resolution: I'm still here. Nothing broke me since I decided to rise above it all. So I've got no boyfriend, no gym, no SAT scores (won't even get into that!), and you know what? I'm just gonna move on.
Jeans and T-shirt by Urban Outfitters, TROOPA boots by Steve Madden.
What can I say about Girlfriends that hasn't already been said? Here's something: I love this show. I have even condensed my workouts to ensure that I get home in time to watch 2 back-to-back episodes. I could just tape them, but where's the fun in that?
I love watching the style evolution of Tracee Ellis Ross' character Joan Clayton from episode to episode. Sometimes I don't love her outfits, but honestly, that's rare. I love the excess of backless blouses the most though, they're so unbearably chic and feminine. If I could give three thumbs up, I totally would.