hello spring 2010. we welcome you.

I was nervous returning to the frigid northeast from California. It’s still pretty dull around here, but the signs of life are there. Also, for the first time ever, I am completely psyched for spring to really show up. After my second real winter, I am so read for baking in humid disgusting heat. And with this comes my first ever obsession with florals. Granted, I lately decided I don’t hate florals, but never before have I salivated over them like I did looking at the Liberty of London for Target line. So today my mother and I went to good old tar-jay and raided the shelves before people complete the locust-like devouring of the rest of the line. Looking at it on the website, I kept thinking how unfortunate it was that most of it would look awful on me, but I was thankfully proven wrong. Although there were plenty of unfortunate sacks, we came out with a more than decent haul. Plus two tops from the Converse One Star line.

the two One-Star tanks..

and the crowning glory of the trip: I am obsessed with this dress can barely stand to take it off..

So there you have it. I am still on the hunt for a maxi dress and some chunky sandals that don’t kill my feet and some cute bright flats. Here are some shots from a walk into town.


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