Monday, February 14, 2011

S.A.D. (Single Awareness Day)

30x30 Items: 
18) Heritage 1981 Dress (wearing as a top)
12) Old Navy Khaki Skirt (I did iron it before I went to work, really)
15) Old Navy Ruffled Cardigan
29) Old Navy Tan Flats

The Icing:
Forever 21 Heart Necklace
Anne Klein Watch (gift from sister)

I've never gotten a Valentine before. I don’t mean the ones you would get at elementary school where everyone had to put one of those licensed character cards in your handmade milk carton mailbox. But a grown up Valentine. One with surprise flowers at your house or work, or fancy chocolates. It’s easy to say, “oh Valentines Day. A day that should honor St. Valentine, but is instead exploited every year by the greeting card, jewelry and candy companies.” But deep down inside, we all want to feel special and have a Valentine of our own. 

So this year, I made a Valentine just for my readers. 
Thank you so much for checking out my blog. It really means a lot. :)

Now I’m off to enjoy some ice cream and watch my two favorite John Cusack rom-coms, Say Anything and Serendipity


Laurel Harrison said...

I love your color combo! I've seen lots of Valentine's outfits lately but none in gray and red, a combo that I happen to adore. :) The ruffles on the neckline are kinda super cool. Love it!

Lauren said...

love this outfit!! :) i love that you are wearing a dress as a top...i need to be as creative as you!

Archives said...

ahh! i am a HUGE john cusack fan! say anything is one of my favorites!!!!

Kal said...

That is so sweet, I love that this is how you celebrated Valentine's day!

Thank you so much for your comment on my post about getting hit in NYC, part of me understands why the cops would be tentative to step in. Not that it makes it any better, it still sucks. Anyway, thanks again it means a lot to me!

Stephanie said...

That was the first movie I ever saw of his. I'm still looking for my Lloyd Dobbler. :P