I was in dire need of some new bras, so today I set off to the mall to get some.
Blazer: Lane Bryant. Shirt: Walmart. Jeans: Torrid. Shoes: Fashion Bug.
Loved this shirt as soon as I seen it, cheap to boot! It's a sort of mix between sweat shirt and tee shirt, all I know is I am so glad I found it. These jeans-I'm not really sure about 'em. I am pretty positive they said skinny jeans, but the bottom of the leg fits nothing whatsoever like a skinny, so whatever, they fit well in the waist and butt so I'm good.
While shopping I stopped into Torrid and they had some beautiful dresses; I didn't get any. Tried on 3, one was absolutely horrendous on. The fabric was pretty, but it was SOOOO ill fitting that I didn't even take a picture. The two below were one's I was seriously contemplating getting, but they weren't exactly right.
The dress above is so much prettier in person that in the picture, but it just seems to poofy, baby dollish, maternity type for some reason, I probably should of tried a size down to see if that would of given a different affect.
This dress I really wanted, it's peplum, which I don't own any yet; but, I cannot get down with the exposure of lower gut, if the peplum was an inch or 2 longer it would of been good. It's not as visible in this picture because I am seriously sucking in-lmao! I am kind of wondering what it would look like with some shape wear underneath. I hate wearing shape wear, I feel like I am suffocating, but I may need to invest in a pair of the high tummy shorts and go back for a second look on this dress.
This isn't really a fashion post, but just an exhibit we went to tonight. It's called Zoo Lights, which is at Point Defiance Zoo. So much fun. I've worn all the pieces before and wasn't really going for anything fashionable. Except for the cheetah jeans, those are new and my first time wearing them-I am hoping to do a more dressed up look with them soon. Enjoy the pics, and if you are ever in the area from the end of November to January 1st, Zoo Lights is a must.
The antique carousel built in 1917. Only $1 per ride.
Even though I have been to this zoo many times, this was the first time I ever noticed this lover's tub and the mural behind it.
This is a light creation of the Narrows Bridge and Mount Rainier.
Ick, I need a better camera.
So cute! There was two of them and they were some rambunctious little shits. Unfortunately the zoo had to just recently put down one of their male Sumatran tigers who was elderly and suffering from kidney disease.