In an effort to show that, yeah, I really do wear all this crap I acquire from all over and, yeah, you can get great finds that look good at great prices, I'm going to try to show more pictures of me in the things I find, all jumbled together the way I really wear them. These pictures will usually be in my apartment because I'm not schlepping my ginormous camera all around the city just to take pictures of myself. So, if you're wondering, "Is her place really THAT messy all the time?" the answer is "Yes." Our garbage is always full, our crap is always all over the place, we're always 20 loads behind on the laundry. Eric and I frequently think of our apartment as that place we use to get ready for all the stuff we're going to go do. Sometimes I try to make the place neater to keep other people from running away in terror but, well, that's not really how we live.
Anyway, here's me, in an outfit, in the entryway of my apartment:
The boy&girl necklace is a Target One Spot copy of a Patricia Field, $1.
The cardigan, inspired by Adiel (It's Because I Think Too Much), is a secondhand gift by Rena Lange, $0.
The polo-style shirt is actually Aeropostale (I can find something I'd wear in every store in the universe) hand-me-down from my sister, $0.
The shorts are the same ones pictured in Loehmann's Haul, Part 2, $13.49.
The shoes were a splurge at Love My Shoes, $25. (Way more than I would usually spend on one pair. And I loved them so much I bought them on clearance in black for $10.)
That's, count it, $39.49 for my whole outfit.