My younger sister is one of those people that's almost too nice. Almost too kind. You know those people that always see the good in people when they don't deserve it, the person that would give anything to anyone that asks, the kind of person that is generous without reason? That's my sister, Lisa. Which is how I ended up with this cardigan. She was wearing it one night and I jokingly (sort of) said, "you should give me that sweater." And she totally did. But I don't want to give her too much credit because she actually gave it up because she accidentally shrunk it and it wasn't as large as she liked any more. Which worked out perfectly for me. This dress was a Christmas gift from my other sister, Nicole and while I wore it not too long ago, I just couldn't help wearing it again. It's a gem.
I love wearing pink (duh), but I tend to forget that my Otterbox (iPhone case) and CamelBak (water bottle) are also pink -- two things I don't leave the house without. So sometimes I look ridiculously pink and girly. Can't say I mind.
If you couldn't tell, I'm not an overly sappy person. Which is why Valentine's Day isn't a holiday that I particularly care for. But what I do care for is good food (like tacos). So when I found myself in Cleveland on Valentine's Day, I suggested that we drive 25 minutes in the opposite part of Cleveland for a taco dinner with my sister. It was delicious and exactly what I needed. But then again, are tacos ever not what I need? If you ever find yourself in Tremont or Lakewood eat at Barrio.
Dress: ModCloth, gift
Cardigan: TJ Maxx (I believe, my sister's)
Tights: TJ Maxx