Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Yeah, I saw sparks...

So, I guess I'm back? Yeah, I guess so! I decided that I don't care if I'm iffy on outfits, I will post! And yes, I am saving my outfits that I bought especially for New York to be taken in New York, but that doesn't mean I can't intermix them! My mom thought I was absolutely crazy for this outfit, because "it doesn't go at all." But she's not aware that there is nothing wrong with mixing patterns subtley (sp?). I even came downstairs, and without saying anything, my dad gave me the thumbs up, too. So today was pretty boring... but tonight was just great! Caribou is basically where I live during the summer, I just never buy anything. My best friend and I stopped by to meet up with my friend Anthony, who I, now we, adore. Then we went to Anthony's friend's house after the park. We love calling the party line, we really do.. but I got a free bracelet out of it! She makes bracelets, and they are DAMN good. 

So today, I really wanted to find a setting for pictures, and my mom really doesn't know about my blog. Well, she does now? Anyway, Mill Creek park has this cute lake (or whatever...) and it has this precious pier. However, my mom didn't know how to get there. And I only went once with my brother, so she took me to this random bridge. She told me to "at least give it a try." Whatever, mom! Haha. Anyway, I'm totally awkward with her, so please don't mind these pictures. Who would have thought that I'd be more comfortable with my twin brother? Well, maybe I should since he's my twin. Anyway... haha. Awkward pictures galore!



Top and skirt - H&M
Flats - Macy's


My lovely photographer :]


He was humping my leg...

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Anonymous said...

Your blog is adorable! You look amazing. I would never had thought f pairing a polka dot skirt with an orange dress. Love it!


Jasmine said...

great pattern mixing dear! i have yet to try polka dots on polka dots (or is it florals?) but i will once my challenge is over :)

Tieka, Selective Potential said...

I love this! Pattern mixing is my favorite because the results are endless!