This was just a cozy outfit I threw together for a lazy weekend day. I mixed all these cool shades together for some reason. I mostly just wanted to wear these neon mint-colored tights and this outfit is what manifested. I just decided these colors go together.
My Decemberists t-shirt was hidden in a drawer at my apartment and hadn't been worn in a while, so here it is. It's such a great color and I love the tree graphic. I got this shirt during The Decemberists' Hazards of Love tour when they played through the entire album in order. It was glorious. They're a really fun band to see live.
cardigan: target | t-shirt: american apparel - concert | shorts: forever 21 | tights: target kids' section | boots: thrifted | bow: handmade
So Georgia is once again having an ice/snow event. After the craziness a couple weeks ago the state was more cautious and I've been off work since Tuesday. Today is supposed to be way worse than Tuesday was and since I'm scheduling this post a few hours in advance I'm sure there's crap going down right now. I just hope our power doesn't go out, but you'll be hearing about it on Twitter if it does, I'm sure!
In other news, I had a ton of my hair cut off yesterday! You'll see outfit pictures with my new hair next week if I'm counting my backlog of outfit pictures correctly. Hopefully you guys will like it, because I really do! It always makes me angry when people leave stupid comments on bloggers' posts (or about celebrities) after they cut their hair like, "Your hair looked better long" or "I don't like short hair" or "Oh, it looks good on you but..." How are comments like that beneficial to anybody? Hair grows and it shouldn't be such a huge deal when it's not even your own hair. But rant over.
(P.S. If you like a short hair cut and think it would be cool to have it yourself, you can probably rock it. Believe me. You don't know if something would look good on you until you try it!)