When you try to get in an argument of wits with a kid who you have a couple of years of schooling on, you have a problem. When you bring ACT scores into said argument, you should realize that you really need to step back and re-evaluate your life. When you realize that the both of you are comparing ACT scores that you made over a year ago (especially when over a year ago meant age 12 for the other party), you really need to be slapped. I promise I’m not a pretentious jerk who puts too much value in intelligence and test scores that won’t even matter 10 years along the line. The only problem with that promise is…I kind of am. Oh well, if I’m a pretentious jerk, at least I’m a finely dressed pretentious jerk. Though, I suppose I kind of reason to be snobby when I can trick people into thinking they’re seeing a lot more leg than is really there. Beware: This skirt turns me into a cold-hearted magician.
There comes a time in every person’s life when making a C in a class goes from “No, I’m a total failure at life who will never amount to anything in the future!” to “Yeah! I’m a boss who most definitely does not fail their classes!”. I’m living in that moment right now, so I just thought I’d sit back and enjoy all the things that have made this a terrific Tuesday.
My wardrobe money has disappeared quite fast. Straight from my favorite purse, it has flown into the awesomeness that is TJ Maxx. I want to feel remorseful, but with all the nice things I now own, it’s kind of hard to do so. On the bright side, though, I did have enough left over to buy things from other non-TJ Maxx stores.
Peter Pan Collar Blouse: Miso via republic.co.uk for £20 (UK and select European Union countries only); Floral Skinnies: SO via khols.com for $20; Combat Boots: I don’t understand Amazon or foreign currencies and shipping policies…; Lace Maxi Skirt: SheInside (sold out); Bright Peplum Blouse: Anthropologie via anthropologie.com for $78
Fun Denim Vest: Chicwish via chicwish.com for $43; Striped Tights: H&M via hm.com for $10; Quirky Animal Beanie: Dorothy Perkins via dorothyperkins.com for $21; Edgy Mini: H&M via hm.com for $24; Lace Dress: SheInside (sold out)
Based on everything I’ve got in here, I think I’m building my self up from an incredibly classy wardrobe (hence my new peter pan collar blouse). Next thing I know I’ll be sitting at Starbucks, french tip manicured fingers wrapped around a caramel frappuccino as I fawn over the style choices of Audrey Hepburn (who had been the inspiration for many of my hairstyles back when I had more length). I remember back when I used to be obsessed with being edgy. Now, I’m just one pearl necklace away from attempting vintage chic looks that will clash with the half of my wardrobe dedicated to my bohemian “lifestyle”. On the bright side, I’m the only one in my group of friends who knows what peplum is. 🙂
Happy Saturday! Today I had the most terrible idea that I would try to give myself a “curly fro” without putting in all the effort. First off, I’ve never had any sort of fro before, so I know nothing about gaining and maintaining the hairstyle, so predictably, my hair currently looks like I got in a fight with a blow dryer and a fishtail comb. I guess that means going back to my chic bob look for now. Until then, I have these photos from my first days of school.
Yay! Education. Check out my studious plaid that totally did not gear me up for the dangers of AP Language. Luckily I don’t hate writing, nor do I hate school. Plus, I’m learning tons of terms that’ll make me sound smart. If I only I could remember any of them…
P.S. I apologize for the poor quality of the pictures. It was raining the day I wore this, so I had to take them indoors and faced…issues. So, their extra grainy, but hopefully it will remind you of the greatness that grains have in a healthy which will make up for it! Yeah…probably not.
While I’m not typically the world’s largest nail art enthusiast (I envy it on others but don’t usually have the patience to try it for myself), I do like to go for some fun nails, which is how I came up with this lovely creation, in which the middle and ring fingers go together to form a panda. The cool part is…
…there’s actually a separate panda on each finger. They may not be the best drawn characters in the world (especially since most don’t recognize that they green is bamboo without prompting), but I think this calls for an A+ for my efforts!
I’m watching Young Justice right now and am currently amazed with how many awesome superheroes I never appreciated, my current favorites of which being Captain Marvel and Superboy (which is a surprise seeing as I have an incredibly strong disliking for Superman). Then, there are the superheroes that I still don’t care about and am still unable to fathom why they are always on these shows. Example: Aqua Man and Aqua Lad. Perhaps I’m just holding some vendetta over the two because I can’t swim, but I really don’t understand their purpose.
As you may be able to tell, I was going for a fortune-teller look when I got dressed this morning (which is ironic since I’m more into subtle ESP and not over decorated campers who bring their crystal ball to the carnival), but everyone I asked said I looked more like a hippie. That being said, I think the fact that about half the outfit I have on comes from Wal-Mart (a fact I don’t really enjoy admitting) kind of kills the idea of me being a hippie. Too bad… I was really looking forward to hanging out in my vintage Volkswagen van.
Well, seeing as spending all of my time stalking the Tyler Hoechlin (that man is honestly one of the 2 most beautiful creatures on the planet) tag on tumblr is proving to be quite unproductive and has not made me wish to begin any of the many papers I have due this Friday, I decided to share the rest of my Etsy Pinings from last week. Originally the post had 10 items, but after I hit 5, my lazy senses began tingling. So, here is all the awesome stuff I missed out on!
I’ve never actually seen any point in buying pin buttons, but the shop that makes these has completely changed my outlook. Every button is like a little piece of sarcastic-taco truth. Yeah…don’t even try to understand what I was talking about in the previous sentence…
I hate to admit it, but after years of hating every science class I had ever taken, I found love in chemistry. I believe the cause of this was when I saw my first periodic table T-shirt and felt a burning desire to have one within my chest. My friends convinced me not to buy it. Imagine how upset they were when we began testing over all the elements. So basically, the moral of this story is that chemistry rocks and nerdiness will lead you to success. Embrace the pillow!
Like pin buttons, I’ve never really seen the purpose of buying a surplus of bath and skin products. I mean, I don’t like to brag or sound like a narcissistic creep or anything, but sometimes I just sit around and admire how smooth my skin is after shaving (or in the spots where hair has ceased to grow on my legs after using Veet). But, vanilla bean is one of my weaknesses and everything from The Bath Factory makes me think of ice cream and deserts, so it would only make sense I would wish that I wasn’t too broke to pick myself up a jar of body polish.
This is a child’s backpack. I am embarrassed to say that I haven’t bought a regular size backpack in years because child ones usually fit like a dream. Plus I like owls and I’m back in school, so it would only make sense that I became infatuated with this lovely creation.
Pocket watches! Octopus accessories! The Eiffel Tower! Yeah, that’s really all that needed to be said there.
So, there is the other half of my current loves on Etsy, which has unfortunately done nothing to increase my desire to do my school work. I wonder why??? (<-That was a message from the sarcasm fairy) Of course, the only thing to do now is to go back to the roots of the post. Tyler Hoechlin, here I come! 🙂