Lookbook: St. Paddy’s Fire
First, thank you spring for finally showing your face in these parts. I couldn’t be happier, as you can clearly see by my St. Paddy’s Day inspired outfit. Yes, I wore this over the weekend, saw The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and yada, yada, yada. But let me rant right quick: Brick and mortar stores need to step up their customer service game. I went to a store that I know many of us shop at (but shall not be named) and had a really bad experience with the fitting room attendant; advertised products were nowhere to be found; and the entire store was disheveled. I was in there for 45 minutes and found absolutely nothing to buy. Then I stopped by a Marshalls, of all places, and found some really cute stuff (like these shorts), along with super attentive and nice employees. It was a complete 180. So thank you, Marshalls, for keeping brick and mortar customer service alive. End Scene. | Prabal Gurung for Target First Date print top | Marshalls polka dot shorts (similar) | Ray-Ban light havana folding sunglasses c/o ReadingGlasses.com (similar) | XVII Spineless ring c/o ShopLately | Target crossbody bag (similar) | Zara high heel sandal (similar) | If you follow me on Twitter then you know I was looking for a rooftop for this shoot. This is the best I could do in the time I had this weekend.
What do you think of this look?
♥ Day 25 ~ A Song That Makes You Laugh: My Humps by Alanis Morissette ~ I know it’s old, but I heard this cover for the first thanks to Jenny Benny, and I think it’s totally hilarious. It’s amazing how turning a fast song into a slow song can make it sound so stupid and funny at the same time.
♥ Day 26 ~ A Song That You Can Play on an Instrument: Greensleeves ~ This is the first song I learned how to play and pretty much one of the only songs I know how to play on the piano. It’s impressive the first time I play it, but after that it’s just annoying, lol.
HIPSTA BLAWG RIGHT HURRRR