Target Haul-Argyle Sweater, Black Rose pin/hairclip

I did it.  I succumbed…and bought an argyle cardigan.  However, as far as argyle cardigans go, its a very nice one.  But nevertheless, I have crossed the line of preppy vs. non and I can’t say I’m too ashamed.

I also got this black satin rose that has both a clip and a pin

To add to my collection of flower-ish accessories..

There was also a dress, but I haven’t gotten a pic of that yet…

So I’ll definitely post once I do wear it. I think it will look really good with boots under it, like these…

Which brings me to the outfit that there was…

I was supposed to wear all green and white for spirit week before Choate Day…or whatever..


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