April 27, 2010 at 9:50 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

I’m usually pretty good about holding onto articles of clothing that look like they might be valuable down the road.  With one exception — Sam & Libby clogs circa 1994 — I haven’t regretted any of my donations to charity.  The blazer I’m wearing today is something I got probably in my junior or senior year of high school.

::Dream sequence music::

My fashion sense was starting to evolve out of the Dark Ages of tomboydom and into not quite a Renaissance (that’s now, duhvs!), but somewhere in between those two points.  This was fortuitous, because we reinstituted a unwritten rule that mandated Varsity athletes were to dress up on game days.  My mom, pleased with my progress, happily helped me stock up on girly dresses, feminine tops, and this silver jacket.

Unfortunately my style wasn’t quite at its point of maturation where I felt confident wearing it so it saw the light of day all of 3 times between 1997-2010.  But today it’s in full effect.  Just like Charlize Theron’s.

– XOXO raw silk jacket
– White tank, Hanes
– Forever 21 skinny jeans
– Steve Madden leopard peep-toes
– David Yurman double wheat buckle necklace
– Burberry Manor quilted handbag

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  1. The Tin Man called. He wants his jacket back.

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