I like this outfit because it almost makes me look like a real girl rather than the circus midget that I am. I'm rocking 5+" heels underneath those chambray pants or else they'd be dragging all over the place. I'm an earthy tones kind of girl, so of course I kept the look mostly neutral, but--since after all, it IS spring--I decided to throw in a little bit of color for y'all. Yeah yeah, you're welcome.
I know you've seen this bag a million times and probably will request to be buried with it when I'm dead, but whatever.
Okay, so a lot of you asked me about my opinions on The Hunger Games in the last post, so here we go: I saw the movie on Friday and wasn't overly impressed. I mean, there wasn't anything technically wrong with it, but it lacked a little bit of the magic for me. Jennifer Lawrence is a babe (I wish she'd keep her hair dark in real life. But somewhere, someone probably thinks that about me and I refuse to give in, too). Josh Hutcherson is not, much to my dismay, but he did a good Peeta so I'll cut him some slack. Fuck, I'm shallow. Anyway, all that being said, I'd still gladly accompany anyone who hasn't yet seen it but would like to and doesn't want to go alone like I did. As long as they buy my ticket. As for the books, I'm currently about 70 pages in to the last one and am finding it a little dull, but I shall carry on. Oh, and I'm on Team Peeta. I mean Peeniss. Okay.
It feels good to have something to fangirl over.
Trousers: J. Crew