Sunday, January 9, 2011

What good is a rainbow without my pot of gold

This is going to be a huge collective haul from the past few months, plus gifts from Christmas. I've tried to include as many links as possible.

From American Apparel:

I'm seriously lacking in the derriere department, and the riding pant/disco pant give me some seeeeerious boost. The leg opening is extreeeemely tight. I always struggle to stick my feet in/take my feet out.

From H&M:

I've been on a serious crop-top kick lately, which is terrible timing considering the weather. First one has those cute 'grandpa' elbow patches, second one is a nice cozy sweater material, while the third is in the ever-popular 'burn out' texture. Last item is a cute poncho that I got on sale. It has a nice cowl-neck. I'm imagining wearing this over a crazy patterned top for a nice peekaboo effect!

Zara and American Eagle:

These trousers are really cute, but I have to admit they do fit a bit weird and I feel the tiniest twinge of regret for tossing the receipt. It comes with a skinny brown leather belt. Like I said, I have no ass, so I don't fill these pants out as nicely as I want to, but I love the 'loose hip/tight ankle' look. The leg opening for these is also quite small, and they often get stuck/bunched up around my calves. The two tops from American Eagle are some basic staples, and I'm a fan of the waffle-pattern.

From Banana Republic:

The jacket in the first picture also came in all black, which is always chic and in, but I loved the collar in a different colour, so I opted for this more casual version. I definitely need to iron the blouse before I wear it.

Miscellaneous:

L to R: leopard print Snuggie, i love my muff maintenance kit, 2010 olympic mitts, House of Harlow jewelry, Yoshi slippers, Tory Burch reva flats

Wow, talk about a long post... but I'm glad I finally got this one out! School starts for me tomorrow (but I don't have class until Tuesday), but many people returned last week. Anyone ready for winter to be over already?!

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The Little Dust Princess said...

One can never have too many basic tees. : ) AA is so pricey though! The riding pants don't really flatter your legs and behind much, but if you feel comfortable in them, I say you go girl!

I love elbow-patched clothing<3 Great trend right now! And the 2010 mittens (which I just bought too!) and Yoshi slippers are just too adorable. : ) Did you check the size of the mittens? Damn lady told me it was "one size", but luckily, I didn't believe her and got myself the kids one.

xx The Little Dust Princess

The Little Dust Princess said...

oops, I didn't mean to say "just bought" the mittens. I meant I have them. haha Don't remember when I got them.

The Little Dust Princess said...

Home Outfitters IS a weird place to find them, but I just realized that Zellers/The Bay/Home Outfitters all belong to HBC so I guess it makes sense. :P

Jenny Luong said...

i love your ruffle shirt from banana republic. it gives flair without being too over dramatic.

MeiBelle said...

I love the American Eagle cardigan on you. I'm so jealous of your harlow pieces and your yoshi slippers!! Ahhh! =)

Diary of a Short Girl said...

Love your disco pants and wool coat! Great haul and great blog!!

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charlene-ann said...

love the house of harlow necklace...so pretty =)

Anonymous said...

Are those Tory Burch flats comfortable? I'm thinking about getting a pair too, but my friends told me that it cuts into the heel really bad. And where did you buy them from? Please let me know your thoughts! Thanks!