Turquoise corduroy leggings, comfy Frye boots (still fearing the slushy/salty ground, I'm not wearing the new ones), a beloved tunic, and a soft cashmere cardigan? Yes, please. I've always loved the contrast of turquoise/teal with purple, so I wore my purple sweater on purpose. It was maybe not the most traditional outfit ever seen, but I felt happy and mobile and my parents didn't cringe in disgust (at least in front of me), so I consider that a success.
My brother and sister-in-law gifted me THE most amazing t-shirt ever. I used to wear graphic tees all the time, but then, when I stopped being a freshman in college, I pretty much stopped (except for rock-inspired tees), with a few exceptions. Here's another one:
I mean, right? I've seen this t-shirt somewhere on the internet, but I can't remember where. Can anyone enlighten me? Anyways, yes, this is my new t-shirt. I will wear it, um, all the time. I know I've mentioned my love for walruses before, so I'll just leave you agape at my new amazing article of clothing.
Try to control your jealousy.
Purple cardigan: present from mom, via Lord and Taylors (New York), remixed
Grey tunic: American Apparel, remixed
Teal corduroy leggings: HUE, by way of Lord and Taylors (Boston), remixed
Grey boots: Frye Paige Huaraches, by way of endless.com, remixed