White Jeans and Lazy Tees

Sometimes I pretend I’m a fashion blogger. I walk down the street, set up my tripod, and start taking pictures. Then as cars/runners/dog walkers/neighbors go by, I become horrifically embarrassed and spend the entire time brainstorming what I’ll tell them if they ask me what the hell I’m doing. 
Stream of consciousness: oh my god is that car slowing down? why? why are they slowing down? crap! there’s the neighbor who is a REAL photographer. what’s my back story? last time I told her it was for photography class. she doesn’t know it ended. i’m working on portraits. yes, that’s it. and aperture. that’s less embarrassing than telling her i have a blog. oooh cute runner man. look casual. oh my god i look like a self-absorbed crazy. i’m on the corner taking pictures of myself. i can’t. escape! must. go. inside. now.
Top: F21, Pants: F21 via Goodwill, Shoes: Payless, Bracelets: gifts, Watch: Anne Klein, gift


I don’t know what I’m doing. I think that’s the problem.

Moving right along…This is my favorite kind of outfit. It’s lazy but somehow manages to look fashionable. Pretty sure this tank is a pajama top. What can I say, I’m a jeans and a t-shirt kind of girl. 

Well, I’m off to go spill something on these jeans. Happens every. Single. Time. But first…

Today it is my pleasure to introduce you to Sara from Pearls and Curls (with a hint of bourbon). Sara and I definitely had similar college experiences. And by that I mean, we maybe partied a bit too much. She’s also an avid sports fan who isn’t afraid to confront awkward situations. Oh, and she makes great use of GIFs, kind of like someone else I know (what can I say, I love GIFs!). 

You can read more about Sara here or tweet at her and tell her your silliest college story. Come on, we know you’ve got one. Don’t forget to visit Pearls and Curls and tell her I sent you!
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