Sunday, September 18, 2011


I bought these pants yesterday off of the clearance rack at Charlotte Russe.  I then had the hardest time getting dressed this morning, not because I didn't want to wear clothes, but because I had so many potential outfits.  I knew I wanted to wear these pants, but I wanted to pair them with so many different things!  I supposed that's one sad thing about clothes: you can only wear one thing at a time.

Fall is great and terrible for that reason too; there's so many great things to do, but only so much time to do them in.  It's a time of beginnings, with the start of school, and also a season for being outdoors.  Yet, sunshine time is limited by classwork and jobs and the weather.

Once i had this outfit on, I wasn't completely happy with it, honestly.  However, I spent so much time picking it out that I didn't want to change, even though I had a ton of other potential outfits half-planned in my head.
Creepers. My suitemates are great.

Outfit Details:
Shirt: thrifted
Sweater: Old Navy
Pants: Charlotte Russe
Shoes: Wanted


  1. It is great to have so many options:) I suffer with the opposite problem. I often stand in front of my closet thinking 'I have nothing to wear'. Perhaps i can be a bit of a pessimist sometimes. I should take your lead and think more positively! love the outfit:)

  2. Thanks! I think everyone has days like that. I've been making more of an effort lately to wear my favorite clothes in new ways. Also, thrifting is a great way to update wardrobes! I found a lot of fall-winter pieces at resale shops this summer, and have spent a few months day dreaming about how I'll wear them. There's no such thing as being too prepared, right?