Hat: Forever 21, $5
Fuzzy Sweater: c/o of Sugarlips Apparel, $49
Python Print Jeans: c/o of Love of Eos, $89
JC Lita Spikes: ShopAkira.com, $189
I know people say that money can't buy you happiness but I'm going to have to make an exception when it comes to these shoes!!! THEY HAVE FINALLY COME IN THE MAIL! And just as everyone says, the JC Litas really are the most comfortable shoes ever! At first glance, they look impossible to walk in, but the platform in the front elevates your foot to only a 1 inch heel so it feels like you are walking on the flat ground almost. And I can't forget the beautiful spikes on these! They are screwed in so you don't need to worry too much about them falling off. I love the way the Litas make your legs look a mile long without killing your feet :) I've caught Jeffrey Campbell fever and now I'm obsessed. I got these shoes all thanks to the WhatIWear.com's Hey Beautiful photo contest! I won the first place prize of an iPad 2 and I gave it to my mom in return for her buying me the Lita Spikes, so thank you so much WhatIWear!!! <3
Next, I received this sweater in the mail from Sugarlips Apparel again :D I'm really loving the whole fuzzy textured fabric trend going on right now. The sweater might appear to be itchy but it's actually pretty soft. My sister has also expressed ardent interest in borrowing this sweater haha :) I love the little v-snip cut at the neckline and the brown band accents on the sleeves. With it's earthy tones, this sweater will look great paired with a floral headdress the next time I wear it!
And these are the python print jeans I got from Love of Eos the other day! I was rather disappointed when I found out I could no longer buy the python print Litas online so these pants were a happy substitute :) They are by the brand Sass and are more like jeggings rather than jeans, which is great, considering I find jeans uncomfortable for the most part. They are stretchy and fit me like a glove. Yet another bold, printed piece I can add to my closet again! Plus, I can see these pants working with a lot of other tops, without worrying about clashing prints because of the overall, neutral beige tone.
Do you ever put together an outfit where you feel like everything fits together like a puzzle piece? This is that outfit for me :D In other news, I am taking the SAT again tomorrow morning and then in the evening, I'm going to one of my best friend's birthday party for dinner and a sleepover at her house. Sunday, I get to do some more sewing and I actually have no homework at all to do! Mostly because I assumed my APUSH teacher assigned another chapter of the textbook to complete when he didn't, so now I'm actually ahead of the game in APUSH (for once!) And LA is in 5 days too :D
Have a wonderful weekend everyone! :)