Fresh Hair & Not-so-fresh Chambray

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Oh, hello there. What’s going on, you ask? Not much, just rocking some bangs like nobody’s business. And also rocking this skirt like it’s my job for the second day in a row. In case it’s not obvious, this outfit from Saturday is topped off with a fresh haircut and highlights. You know what wasn’t fresh? This shirt. I was going to make this chambray my repeat item tomorrow (for my Take One, Pass it On remix), but by the end of the day I started noticing that I didn’t exactly smell like a field of fresh flowers. If you know what I mean. I realized that I got this shirt over the summer (June maybe?) and I’ve never washed it. Laundry was never my forte.

Chambray: Madewell

Skirt: Madewell (similar)

Belt: Madewell (similar)

Boots: Aldo (similar)

Bag: Forever 21

Lips: YSL Glossy Stain in Orange de Chine

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20 thoughts on “Fresh Hair & Not-so-fresh Chambray

  1. I was about to say, “eww that is so gross, you’ve had it since the summer and haven’t washed it?!! SO NASTY” but then…. I’m pretty sure I haven’t washed my chambray shirt in ages as well. THE IRONING. DO NOT LIKE. And I’m pretty sure there are items in my closet that haven’t seen the inside of the washer since before the summer. I mean, I will wash when things get sweaty/dirty/stinky, but most of the time I’m only wearing it for a few hours and it’s perfectly fine!

    Anyway I love your Take one pass it on challenge and hoping to join in for a week or two this month. Just haven’t gotten around to it. I know, I did the 30×30 twice and so this should be a piece of cake but it makes me so nervous. I need some hand-holding please.

    • Awww don’t judge me please!!! OK, you can judge me if you want. But in my defense, even though I’ve had the shirt since the summer, it’s not like I wear it every week. I’ve probably worn it 6 or fewer times. That’s not THAT bad, right?

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