29.6.11

PERSONAL WARDROBE | Nº 24.

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Sunhat: Target | Undertank: American Rag | Cardigan: Old Navy | Rainboots: ChookA

Playing with colors for the sunny season. Grandmother needs her yard mowed. But the tall blades of grass are far too fun to hide among. 

Attention to my blog will be scattered, WARNING. My only source of internet is Starbuck's. Otherwise I'm busing to summer class. Microbiology. Where what you don't see can hurt you. I'll be more hunting/browsing for inspiration rather than fabricating boards of my own. 
Now that the fourth of July is nearly upon us in the U.S., what're some juicy summer plans for you all? I need some people to live vicariously through. 

Yes, I ended with a preposition. Twice. My head is in the science clouds for now.
Te Amo,
Jessie 


9 Comments so far

  1. I've been thinking of getting a floppy sunhat! Better pick one up before heading home cuz I'll definitely be needing it for beach bum days :)

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  2. Such a perfect sun hat, so happy to see it's Target!

    xo Cristina

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  3. This post is so charming, I really like the 3rd photo! I cannot seem to find the perfect hat but seems that you certainly did. :)

    No luck with fun plans for me, I too am mad busy with summer classes. Killer…!

    Chelsey
    http://www.bobachi.blogspot.com

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  4. Great floppy hat- I've been looking for one just like that!

    stylebymj.blogspot.com

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  5. oh wow! what a magical yard! Love the floppy hat too! great blog!

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  6. Nice post. And <3 the photos on your blog :)

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    if you like it we can follow each other :*

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  7. so awesome :)))

    LOVE minnja

    http://minnja.blogspot.com/

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  8. Omg Jess! I love your hat! Looking great :)

    -Christina
    itschristinaly.com

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  9. You look SO adorable in that hat + those boots ♥

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