black skirt, (diy) H&M, on sale for $15.00
graphic pants, H&M
shorts, vintage The Limited, consignment shop
dresss, vintage, consignment shop
striped top, vintage, consignment shop
bracelet, vintage Lucky Brand (?), consignment shop
necklace, boutique purchase $20.00
bag, vintage Dooney and Bourke, consignment shop, on sale for $20.00
beauty: Sally Hansen Salon Effects in Collide-O-Scope, Pantene Straighten & Smooth Creme for Medium-Thick Hair, John Frieda Frizz-Ease 3-Day Straight Styling Spray. (Harmon Beauty Supply for the nail appliques, Walmart for the hair products)
So as you can see I've went a little spend crazy. And as of now I have a few other haul posts to type up. But one at a time!
The black skirt I was inspired by in this post, so when I saw one like it in H&M sans the short inside lining, I made a purchase! And then I simply cut short the inside lining to my liking. I've even kept the black ring of cloth that was the bottom of the lining to use as a slinky scarf. Fashion multitasking at it's best !
The pants I've been seeing everywhere, and I felt behind on the trends. :( Not anymore ! I'm excited to see what I can pair with them; it seems like my gladiator sandals will be a go to item for them.
I've been on the hunt for unique shorts, so I decided to snatch these up from consignment. They were on sale too I believe. I plan to maybe cut the bottoms for a nice beat up frayed look.
The Dooney bag I'm fairly certain is a knock off (didn't really check when I was purchasing... gah). But I do absolutely love it. It looks fairly convincing for a knock off, and it fits the prep sophisticate bag style that's in right now.
I plan to review the three beauty purchases in due time. After I've used them a fair amount. As you can see I already got to the press on nail stickers...
Speak soon all !