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Into my closet

Saturday, December 28, 2013

I apologize for my disappearance lately. The holidays have been keeping me on my feet and to be honest, I'm kind of happy they're (almost) over. It was nice to see my family again, this time spending more hours with my dad's side of the family. They're a funny group of people and I'm grateful to have them in my life. With the graces of family and friends, I've also been graced with a few fresh items that now have a home in my closet. Only a few, though. I've been good this month and my wallet thanks me.

1. I came across this blouse while at work. It's so tempting to shop at work, especially since part of my job is dressing up mannequins. The pattern is what really caught my attention, but I also love the quality of the fabric. It rests very nicely on the torso and is a perfect layering piece underneath big sweaters.

2. This is my first purchase from Runway Bandits and overall I am pleased. They have so many cute dresses to choose from, it was almost impossible to make a final decision. I want to buy all the dresses. I like this one particularly for the hypnotizing pattern. I want to put people in a trance when I walk down the street. Find this gem here

3. Believe me when I say, this sweater doesn't look nearly as good on the hanger as it does worn. The neckline is oh-so flattering and the sweater itself is so comfortable. I normally don't steer towards this color of green, but it's actually quite lovely. I also adore the scalloped detailing at the trim of the sweater.

That's all for now. Have a great weekend xx


  1. I would wear the the first two items. They look nice ! And you're right the sweater might look way better on, on the hanger it kind of looks not so Looks can be deceiving though.
    I'm a new follower to your blog. Hope you can visit mine and maybe follow me if you like ? :)

    Tina ~

  2. Really love the blouse! Would be great to mix&match in many ways xx

  3. love it

  4. Lovely pieces! You work in Penneys? :O Lucccky lol



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