Discussion in 'Fashion and Crafts' started by Laci, Aug 3, 2015.
excellent accent i meant the pants but have it your way
I've been wearing high waisted shorts all summer. I have on a red pair right now with a yellow tank top.
I love high-waisted shorts, they keep everything tucked in
Red with yellow tank top would be cute, it'd look nice with a blue or navy blazer thrown over it. Reminds me of Snow White
I'm currently wearing a pair of pink shorts from Old Navy and a baggy tank top from Kohls. Not sure what I'll wear today..
I threw on a blue button down shirt tied at the waist last night when it got a little chilly, the blue definitely tied it together. A blue blazer with tights under the shorts will definitely be a great way to wear it this fall
you might want to take them off and wash them.
No more want never thirst never hunger
Today I wore this awesome thin, off-white cotton dress. It has 2 layers and both are see through until you put them together. It's really shapeless with a ragged hem. It has a bit of lace on the back and a lace pocket on the front with a big wooden button. It looks like a torn up prairie nightgown or something. That's my best description of it anyways.
Looks more like a mirror to me
You might want to take your face off and wash it.
I actually had dreams once that by this point in my life I could do better than "your face" comebacks..
Well I'm wearing these shoes:
With these socks:
A pair of faded North Face Cargo Shorts.
And this dread band to top it off a skull and crossbones dread band.
you might want to take your mom off and wash it.
i'll never do better than "your mom" comebacks.
I think I'm gonna throw on shorts and a t-shirt. Lame.
go here if you want one of those t-shirts. click on t-shirts
BTW, these are Big Labowski pants, you can get them here....
I'm getting this t-shirt here....
I definitely got my shirt at Kohl's because they have so much in the way of polyester blends that you don't have to iron. I got my shoes at Ross; they are Vans. My jeans are Arizona brand and I got them at J.C. Penney.
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