Are these the best jeans ever or are these the best jeans ever? I mean. Check out my butt. No seriously, do it. It does not look like that when not in these magical, magical jeans. AND they were $12.50 at Old Navy. Really. And dig my catalogue-y pose.
I wore the magic jeans with these flatforms from the GAP. J’adore.
The ultra-dangly earrings are from H&M and the silk top is thrifted. I am completely unable to resist a shoulder-grazing earring. They blend with my hair if I wear it down and look super dramatic if I wear it up. They’re so versatile!
I’m obsessed with this picture because I think I look kind of tough. Please don’t shatter my illusions. Just let me have this one.
Because I am vain and afraid of wrinkles and The American Cancer Society’s informational campaign has been very effective in scaring me about skin cancer, I wear sunscreen and very wide-brimmed hats to avoid excess sun exposure. This one is from Banana Republic. It goes with everything. I highly recommend the purchase of one like it.
The dress and belt are both thrifted and the lace-up sand-colored gladiators are from DSW. I realize that they’re not the same color as the sand I’m standing on in this picture, but I think sand is the best color descriptor for them since we’re not supposed to use nude to describe colors because it’s racist.
I adore this dress. It has drawings of girls in really cute outfits and then advice about what to bring on vacation, like “Don’t forget your swimsuit!” It would be really helpful to refer to the dress while packing, and then remember to pack the dress. Which I did.
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I love shoulder pads. They make your waist look tiny by making the rest of your upper half look like a linebacker. I picked this blazer up for cool $1 at Prestonwood Upscale Resale. I know, I’m a big spender.
This was my first time using my awesome tripod and self-timer to take photos. Try it if you ever want to feel really ridiculous.
The earrings are my mom’s from the 80s. The shoes I bought from a really classy store in the mall, I believe it’s called J’s Boutique, where they also sell a large variety of clear plastic footwear and even a shoe that allows for the insertion of dollar bills. Long story short, the shoes are very cute but almost unbearably uncomfortable. I will of course be wearing them again.