Tuesday, October 29, 2013


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There's a funny sort of irony to wearing a varsity-style sweater or jacket, so collegiate and classically academic, I was the farthest thing from those descriptors while an actual student. More often than not, my teenage self could be found hidden away in the art room, or sneaking off to watch "High Fidelity" at a friend's house during algebra. It baffles me when some describe high school as the best years of their life, frankly you couldn't pay me enough to relive those years. But, I'll happily don a varsity-style sweater these days, so long as it's in black and not paired with anything resembling 'slacks'.

Penny loafers are really pushing it here, Chris shoved actual shiny pennies into these, you know, just to drive the point home that these are Loafers with a capitol 'L' and meant for penny transporting.

What I wore:
Sweater: ModCloth
Belt: J.Crew Factory
Jeans: Cheap Monday
Loafers: Thrifted/Bass
Bracelet: Thrifted
Phone case: Rifle Paper
Sunglasses: TjMaxx/Ray Ban