top: Dresslink; skirt: Forever 21; bag: BCBGeneration; shoes: Guess
Part two of three of my Dresslink order review! If you'll kindly remember the wishlist I posted a few weeks ago. Upon receiving this t-shirt, I was pleasantly surprised. I expected the fabric to be thin and cotton-like, but it's actually a nice thick scuba material. The coloring is slightly off, however. Yellow comes out as more of a yellow-green, but I honestly don't think it's a big deal--especially for the price. Overall, nice t-shirt. I'm happy with it!
*casually touches random rail*
And now for something completely different...
Does anyone else feel like words are starting to lose their meaning? Maybe words lost their meaning long ago, and I'm just now starting to realize it. This could just be me feeling cynical, but there seems to be a lack of sincerity in conversation lately. In texting friends, "haha"s are thrown in just to keep the mood light, not as an actual expression of laughter. I constantly toss around "sorry"s, not because I'm genuinely apologizing for something, but because I don't want people to think I'm rude. "Cute outfit" and "lovely post" don't really mean I like what you're wearing or I enjoyed reading what you have to say; they mean I want people to visit my blog, so I need to post my link in as many places as possible. Too real? In any matter, these are exchanges that I've experienced both ends of as of recent (well, two out of three).
This may or may not be rooted in the fact that I attended school orientation last week and was thrown into an unfamiliar social environment, so I'm socially exhausted and just want everything to be rainbows and candy. Did someone say candy? Let's talk about my food-centric outfit.
I went for the "go big or go home" method in planning this outfit. Emphasizing the vibrant colors, I paired this bold top with a bright coral skirt and a light turquoise bag. I played on the unusual and quirky elements of this top by finishing the look with my camouflage high tops.
See you Thursday!