Cardigan: Target (10/1/10)
Skirt: Macy's (10/8/10)
Boots: Famous Footwear (9/21/10)
Tights: Target (10/1/10)
Belt: Target (8/10)
Necklace: Forever 21 or Charlotte Russe. I forget. I have had this necklace for 1.5 years and never wore it. (2/28/2009)
Out of comfort zone items: Tights, Belt outside of cardigan, and Necklace
Tights because I never wear them and am 90% scared of them
Belt outside of cardigan because I had only done that a couple times before (OK maybe only once) and today was the first time I tied the belt in a little knot.
Necklace because I had it so long and the length is awkward on most shirts and I didn't know if it matched my outfit when I wore it. After I got to work, I emailed a picture to Nicole and she told me it was OK so then I felt better about the rest of my day.
Also boots are still half out of my comfort zone. They used to be out of it. They also were definitely out of it for work. Who knew I did so many things in one day.
I believe I'm getting better at buying and trying to do things out of my comfort zone. Pretty soon they will be my comfort zone and then I'll have to branch out even more. Scary.
I got up early and did my hair. I used a mixture of Kendi's and Sydney's hair tutorials and a mixture of what I always do. OK I did what I always do except I used sculpting gel for the first time. My mom gave it to me. I would have used it anyway.
And I started near the middle instead of pulling the curling iron closer to the edges.
And I didn't allow myself to even brush it just once.
It took 20 minutes to curl, but I showered in the morning to use the sculpting gel so then I had to dry it completely so I think it added 30 minutes to getting ready in the morning. Is it worth it? I like my hair like this. My husband does not. He likes tight curls like when I had a perm (like in 2005).
|Most of the curls are already gone|
|Closeup of boots and tights|
|Then I had Wendy's for dinner.|
She even hung out under my feet.
|Trying to take pictures of my shoes and Poly gets in the way|