Thanksgiving Outfit of the Day

V-neck: Forever21, Scarf: World Market, Jeans: Hot Topic, Boots: Macy’s

Admittedly, my outfit for thanksgiving dinner consisted of flannel pj pants and cozy layers. I put this on later for some black Friday shopping, which has turned into black Thursday which is so dumb! But what corporate America wants, corporate America gets haha! I actually like this outfit a lot. It was decently warm today as I live in California so I didn’t need a jacket or anything but it’s thanksgiving so I’m not going to wear shorts and a tank top (although some people shopping were!).

I just got this scarf yesterday and it’s so me! Shades of green/teal are my favorite colors and I love silver so it’s perfect. These jeans are also great, they’re the Hot Topic super skinny jeans and they don’t lose their shape at all. Finally, my first pair of real riding boots, Macy’s had them on sale for $25 dollars but they’re going to be $20 for black Friday if anyone’s interested. I plan on going out for more shopping later so I’ll probably modify the outfit for the cold. Anyways, I hope everyone had an awesome thanksgiving and if you plan on going black Friday shopping I hope you get all of the good deals :)


October Favorites

Beginning of fall: Judging from the fashion blogs I read fall is almost over for most of the country. But good old California is just beginning to see the leaves turn color and the thermometer drop below 100 degrees. It is a welcome change and it’s so beautiful! I went on my first bike ride in quite a while and the clouds and trees were so pretty!

Bike riding: I only went twice in the month of October but that’s a start! It’s starting to look like fall here in Southern California so it’s beautiful to ride around town and see it. My bike is super uncomfortable so I’m hoping to get a beach cruiser. I rode one quite a bit this summer and it was so awesome!

We used to wait – Arcade Fire

Sun hands – Local Natives

Thrift shop  – Macklemore

Gray converse: I was a big Vans girl this summer, it must have something to do with moving to California. But lately I’ve been wearing my trusty converse more and boy did I miss these. They are SO MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE than Vans. Maybe people from the northwest are born with feet to fit Converse and people from California to fit Vans. Just a theory. Does anyone else associate Vans with California and Converse with more nerdy/grunge-y  places like the northwest…?

Reeses pumpkins: These have actually been so bad for me. I try to limit myself but I keep ending up eating a million of these per day. They are so good though!! Also, they’re cuter and more peanut butter-y than the regular Reeses cups.

Delightfully tacky: This blog has always been one of my favorites but recently even more so. Honestly, reading her blog is what gave me the motivation to get back to writing blog posts. Usually my posts are pretty short and there’s more pictures than words, but I love reading her posts as well as looking at her outfits. Also, she lives in Washington and her photos make me sad to see the weather that I miss so much!

Bloglovin app: I follow a pretty large amount of blogs and this app makes it easy for me to read all of their posts without forgetting or losing track of which blogs I enjoy. The new update also lets you like peoples posts which is cool!

Halloween Manicure

I wish that I had put this up before Halloween, but I didn’t even paint my nails until it was Halloween. I thought I would put it up anyway because I’m proud of it!

I did candy corn nails last year but this year was so last minute that I wanted to do something less time consuming. On my thumbs and middle fingers I did jack-o-lanterns and on my pinkies I used an orange polish and a black sparkly polish on top of that.

Polishes used: orange – OPI brights power, yellow – OPI need sunglasses?, white sparkles – Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Disco Ball, sparkly black – Petites midnight frost, black nail art pen – Art Deco black

I hope everyone had a happy Halloween!