29
Jun
08

Boston


JUST AS A NOTE.  If my readers could quickly let me know if they would prefer hyperlinks to images or images in the actual body of the post itself, that would be GREAT and I will see what I can do.

The other day, my friend told me she was taking a summer class at Harvard and suggested that I come into Boston/Cambridge and hang out for a while some weekend.  So…I did.  The next day, in fact.  It was a very fun trip.  It was great being back in a big city.  I feed off of rude people, noisy streets and dirty sidewalks.  We went to Urban Outfitters where I got 4 pairs of tights (no surprise), H&M where EVERYTHING I tried on was too small.  There was a big sale and everything was either a 4 or a 16.  We stopped in Chanel and Burberry just to say we did.  There was that fantabulous long pearl chain Chanel necklace that I saw in a magazine a while ago (a picture of which I unfortunately could not find), but of course, everything in the place was out of our price range.  Some girls went in before us and asked what the cheapest thing in the store was, and were then quickly directed to the lip gloss counter.

Here is what I wore.

  • Alternative Apparel Navy Tunic Dress
  • Black Leggings
  • My silver flower shoes (*love*) from Gap a few years ago
  • My French plastic chunky necklace

And here are the tights that I bought (all UO brand):

  • Red zig zaggy sheer

red zig zag

  • blue sparkle sheer
Blue Sparkle Tights
  • white sparkle sheer
White Sparkle Tights
  • “Potato” (if you read Stylebytes before Agathe disappeared, you will get that part) brownish mocha-ish greyish footless tights (actually called “ballet” footless tights–they are long enough to tuck over your heel).
Potato Tights
I’m convinced that both the tights and my hair look better in person.
And being the daughter of a Harvard grad, I thought it was appropriate to get a sweatshirt at the Coop.  My mom however thought it was appropriate to get a children’s XL because it was less expensive.  Honestly, It’s not that big a difference.
Harvard Sweat 1harvard Sweat 2
Harvard Sweat 3Harvard Sweat 4
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