first day back

As you may have gathered from my previous post, I am totally ready to dive headlong into spring clothes. However, I want to ease out of my black and neutral wardrobe so I don’t get sick of it quickly. So here we have a healthy balance…

shirt: Target; dress: Derek Heart from a private store in town; tights: Hue; shoes: Aerosoles; cardigan: J. Crew

and some goodies:

a ring from Urban Outfitters and a temporary tattoo from a tutoring center in San Francisco that works out of a retail space and therefore must have some sort of storefront, so they turned it into this totally insane pirate themed store. You can buy spoons, buckles, patches, cures for various ship diseases and all that.

aaand the ring. saw this the other day and had to have it..

The nailpolish is Chanel Particuliere.


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