So I’m watching The Mindy Project as I write this, and even though I’m really nothing like Mindy personality-wise, her wardrobe in this show is my freaking dream. I love how her character dresses advenurously – lots of bright colors, metallics, and mixed patterns and textures. She’s always a little overdressed for her job but she owns it.
I bet Mindy would rock a floral pencil skirt, bedazzled sweatshirt, and bright blue blazer like nobody’s business. But then she would do or say something totally embarrassing, whereas I am the epitome of poise and never do anything awkward.
Top (on sale) // similar Skirt // similar Blazer* // Shoes (on sale) // similar Sunglasses (on sale)// Lips “Corail in Touch”
*Blazer purchased with gift card provided courtesy of H&M.
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I’ve been on a sunglasses kick recently. I used to wear one pair of cheap Target sunglasses for a whole year until they started falling apart, and then I would get a new pair of cheap Target sunglasses. Rinse and repeat.
But ever since I bought my trusty Kate Spade tortoiseshell shades back in December, I’ve been gaining a pair every month or two and actually wearing all of them pretty regularly. Plus, since I’ve been spending more than $10 a piece on them, they might actually last. Crazy how that works, right?
These round sunglasses from Oasap are my newest addition and I LOVE them. I was a little nervous about ordering glasses without first seeing how they would look on my face, but I saw them on another blogger and became pretty much instantly obsessed. Then when they came in the mail, I was obsessed all over again – so much so that I took an Instagram selfie in my car like a 16-year-old girl…while I was sitting in the parking lot of a craft store like a 70-year-old woman.
similar Vest (on sale) // Shoes (on sale) // Sunglasses (on sale under $20!) // similar Bracelet // similar Bag (on sale) // Lips “Plushest Punch”