Things I can’t resist.

 Details: Shirt($4) and shoes ($12.98), Target; Skirt ($4.99), belt ($0.99) and brooch ($2.50), thrifted.
Approximate outfit cost:  $23.46

1. Twirling in this skirt.

I mean, seriously. Who COULD resist twirling in this skirt? It’s so irresistibly twirly.

I’m sorry I didn’t post yesterday; really, I didn’t forget you! It’s just that I slept in, and there was a bit of family drama (extended family, not immediate) that my mom was unfortunately privy to, and she had to vent to me after being vented to by various people in our extended family, and then I had to work, and while I can have my laptop at work it just feels odd and a little too attention-consuming to work on blog posts… annnnddd… I didn’t ever get time to finish the  blog I was going to post.

So maybe it’ll happen tomorrow.

I feel very pretty today. Not that I don’t feel pretty usually (and I don’t mean that in a vain way), but there’s something about this outfit that I really, really love. And it makes me feel… um… unusually pretty?

I think I’ll shut up before I make myself out to be completely self-absorbed and utterly vain.

Although you all should know by now that I don’t really care too much about appearing perfect.

I mean, I do post pictures of myself (almost) daily on the internet, but sometimes, I just wonder. What do people think of fashion bloggers in terms of their vanity?

There. That should fix it. If you had any thoughts about my being utterly vain, this picture should flush them away. 😉

And now, it’s time for me to go to work.

I have a secret project that I’m very excited to reveal to you on Monday (hopefully).

I hope you all have a beautiful Thursday!