what happens when you thrift pants shorter than anticipated?
You add some funky socks and call that shit a day.
shoes: [target] they always have them $9
socks: stolen from my moms sock drawer long ago.
sweater: found at Marshalls, brand Mercer & Madison.
top: Old Navy. I have so many funky print things from there as well as basics.
I can incorporate this top a million different ways.
Florence + The Machine [remix]
I posted this song the other day. The official video is out for it. See that[HERE]
I just finished this scarf last night. I also started it last night.
It looks as if I'm back to my scarf-in-three-hours regime.
I love making what I call, 'Scarp Scarves'. I've been talking about finding this onslaught of usable yarn at my parents house. I plan on using a lot of it in a blanket with the same concept I'm knees deep in [I just got a craving for banana bread]. In addition to finding all of this yarn, I found this awesome scarf that I made back in high school that I've been incorporating with everything. Well, I had the time on my hands and wanted to make another one. If you want one...let me know.
I tend to make them with a mix of different types/brands of yarn which makes them really soft & super warm.
Someone should really make sure I don't shop during the month of October because I get suckered in with shit like this. I should not call it that though, because upon having it this morning, the first bite was like crunching into my youth. I literally plunged head first into the longing of wanting to be an 8 year old watching Saturday morning cartoons, picking out the crunch berries profusely. While I normally never get cereal like this [I kind of like my food to have some benefit, I guess], the "LIMITED EDITION" plastered on the front kind of made it official. It did turn the milk a Shamrock Shake shake sort of green. Groovy. I'll take it.
I love it when all the holiday episodes and movies start rolling out.
**It's true. I'm going to make Oatmeal Raisin cookies today.