Don't tell anyone but... I'm currently procrastinating on my term paper! I can't help it...the semester is nearly over and my motivation is climbing out the window (more like running). So, I thought I'd take the time out to share another group of clothing pieces/or shoes that I used to own and have fond memories of (if you're like me and you're curious, interested, or just nosy, you can read part 1 here ). I tend to be somewhat of a hoarder but knowing that I can take photos and look back on things I've owned helps me to realize that it's okay to let go.
I loved these gold peep toe flats the moment I saw them on eBay. Everything about them was perfect, from the color to the price...until I received them and realized that my weird flat feet do not look good in super flat shoes, nor do they feel good in them. But at least we had a few outings together and of course I took a lovely photo to remember them by. It's what I do.
When I was about 13, I thought it was super cool to wear t-shirts based off of kids shows. It was cool at the time (I mean, obviously the t-shirt was in my size so it wasn't for a preschooler or anything even though it was from a preschool TV show, haha) so I don't really regret it or feel embarrassed by it. It was a really cute t-shirt...apart from the deodorant stains (that's why I don't ever wear white anymore...ever).
Another trend that was "in" when I was a preteen/teen was the camisole top with the lace trim. I still have a huge love for this top (especially the colors) but the fit is just too ridiculous- so small and not at all flattering for my frame and shape. But again, this particular clothing item will always have a special little place in my fashion-y heart.
This comfy cotton white dress from Target was actually never worn even though I was left with the huge desire to...I originally bought it to wear to a graduation with my cowboy boots (hey, that was "in" at the time- Delia's had shown a similar outfit in their catalogs that Spring, which is where I got the idea) but sadly, I wasn't able to attend the graduation and so, I never had the opportunity to wear it. It was a great outfit that never came to be... very sad indeed. Seriously though, please tell me I'm not the only one who feels so attached to particular clothing items? Just so you know, I no longer own any of these pieces so I won't be needing to go to Fashion Rehab or anything...