October 21, 2010 at 1:34 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Vocabulary — adjectives specifically — qualifies as an interest of mine.  Because I’ve been remiss on posting, I’m taking the opportunity today to tag photos from the week with the adjectives less traveled.

– Jacket, Members Only
– Rose babydoll top/dress, GAP Kids
– Skinny jeans, Forever 21
– Lace boots, Dr. Marten
– Pink leopard Bayswater bag, Mulberry for Target
– Silver knuckle ring

– Blazer, Theory
– Satin tank, Sydney Tyler
– Wool cargo pants, Banana Republic
– Yellow belt, Barbara & Company
– Nude patent pumps, Steve Madden
– Organic spike necklace, WWJilly

– Navajo cape, Forever 21
– White tank, Hanes
– Kate jeans, Juicy Couture
– Bali flats, Cydney Mandel
– Madonna necklace, Elsa Perreti for Tiffany
– Black and silver bracelets

– Blazer, Theory
– Halter, GAP
– Houndstooth pants, Banana Republic
– Nude patent pumps, Steve Madden
– Madonna necklace, Elsa Perreti for Tiffany

– Flower power hoodie, Lucky Jeans
– Cousins t-shirt (*thanks sis!)
– Muse jeans, Joe’s Jeans
– Monkey socks (*thanks Nicky!)
– Sneakers, New Balance
– Sunglasses, Miss Sixty

10.18 *J would never wear in public
– White tank, Hanes
– Cableknit blanket, Smith & Johnson Dry Goods
– Prue tab-front leather shorts, BB Dakota
– Valchiria belt, Diesel
– Clemence knee-hi socks, Hansel from Basel
– Zoe boots, Sam Edelman
– Wool cap

– Spacedyed sweaterdress, Victoria’s Secret
– Vintage leather jacket (*thanks Tim!)
– Suede cowboy boots

– Chambray dress, Zac Posen for Target
– Cashmere cardigan, GAP
– White tank, Hanes
– Suede cowboy boots
– Braided skinny belt, Aeropostale

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  1. Some of these outfits are fly as hella, Jilla! I particularly like prepense and festooned, the pants in braw, and your clever use of (ab)original. Well played! And besides, your goldie Tom’s shoes are inciting and joyous. Adjies!

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