OOTD; The Quiet Things No One Ever Knows

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Yesterday was crisp, breezy, and entirely too misty. So, I took the opportunity to wear my new found blazer. By that I mean, I could not find this blazer for the entire winter/fall and just when I had given up hope — there it was. I was almost a little afraid that with a pixie cut + a jacket I would look like a little boy. Thank goodness for headbands. I was concerned that I would feel less feminine with a pixie cut, but I don't find that to be the case. In fact, I feel more confident and put together with a pixie. It's easy to hide behind your hair and I'm glad I ditched it for a little while, any ways.

I spent my Saturday in Cleveland with my sister, Lisa. We went to every farmers market we could find. Eventually we ended up at the West Side Market — which is the most insane market in Cleveland. But hey, cheap, fresh, and local produce? Worth it. We ate tacos, took these photos, and she made raw coconut macaroons. Which if you were wondering, take four hours to dehydrate, but the texture, crunch and taste more than made up for it.

Oh, and this is a band t-shirt for the band Brand New. I got this when I was in high school and only wore band shirts, jean skirts, and checkerboard slip-on's. I always feel awkward doing close up's of my shirts because it's like, "hey, look at my boobs!"


Outfit Details:
Skirt: Forever 21
Tights: American Apparel
Boots: Swapped
Blazer: H&M
Headband: Icing by Claire's
Belt: Swapped
T-Shirt: Brand New (band), high school
Watch: Marc Jacob's (gift)

All photos by my sister Lisa
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