BUT! I'm about to completely contradict everything I just said in that little rant, because I actually don't mind the rain so much today. I think my lack of sleep the week (hello waking up at 6:45am to get to my 8:00am class) has finally caught up with me. I woke up this morning and was absolutely exhausted and was seriously wondering if I could even make it to class. Then I told myself to stop being dramatic and rolled out of bed. After almost falling asleep many times in class, I was delighted when she let us out 40 minutes early. I rushed home and promptly crawled back into my bed, where I napped for a glorious two hours.
Now, there is something you should know about me. I don't nap. Like...ever. Don't get me wrong, naps are great! But for me, naps always seem to make me even more tired. I just feel groggy and lethargic when I wake up and prefer to try to power through my tiredness. This past year of college, I remember napping a total of 3 times the entire year. Crazy, I know. But to make my point--I have to be veryyyy tired to decide a nap is in my best interest. But since I work tonight and am planning on seeing a midnight movie with the boyfran, I knew a nap was in my best interest.
Wow, I just made my whole day so far sound a lot more in depth than it really was! Sorry for that overly dramatic, long description. Since I am just planning to sit on my bootay all day/read/blog stalk/other lazy activities, I virtually have nothing else to talk about. Instead, let's look at some outfits from the past few days!
|Comfy for class.|
|Farmer's market. Model face (kidding).|
Same shoes and jeans as above photo. Shirt from Forever 21 (old, don't remember price). Wrap watch from American Eagle ($7.00). Headband from For Love 21 ($3.00).
Close up of my beloved shoes:
|Sorry for anyone who doesn't like feet.|
|Dinna with the boyfran.|
|Work chic? Maybe.|
I think with this blog, I want to show how you don't have to spend a trillion dollars to acquire a cute wardrobe. By searching thrift stores, always looking at clearance racks first, and learning how to re-vamp old clothes, you can save major monayyyy and create trendy fashions! I personally am a huge fan of Goodwill--and will definitely be making a trip there soon--and will hopefully do a post soon about thrifting!
Oh, and in other news, here's how the flask I'm painting for the boyfran's birthday is doing:
Til next time,Shelby