Complete And Utter Rubbish


This is the kind of stuff that sends people right down the sweatpants rabbit hole - that kind of fine, misty, relentless Scottish weather that no matter how you dress or what precautions you might take, you find yourself soaked from head to toe should you be so bold as to attempt to take out the trash or walk the dog. Why bother? Forget silk. Forget suede. Forget everything you had intended to bring out of your closet today. This sucks.

On days like today, the challenge is actually less the weather and more the ability to resist the tractor beam-like vortex of the yoga pant. Here is today's solution, which incidentally happens to be more comfortable anyway. No need to sacrifice your self respect for the sake of the habitually bad weather. Heck, you don't even have to take your headphones off. See?

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Thrifted sweatshirt, similar / Calvin Klein skirt (old), similar / Converse One Star Shoes / Sony headphones / Thrifted Necklace (old), similar


Make it Happen. Maybe Without the Weather. 


Comments

  1. Love this: "resist the tractor beam-like vortex of the yoga pant" : > Your outfit is perfection.

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  2. Looks great and yes so much more polished than the Yoga pant.
    Love the Converse.

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  3. You make Converse look classy ;-)

    Alicia
    spashionista.com

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  4. The view out your window looks like what we saw during our trip to Iona. :-) Great casual look. Do you waterproof the sneakers?

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  5. Beautiful casual outfit, blinged up with the necklace. Loving this look.

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  6. Why can't I look smashing and stylish in a sweatshirt? Love it paired with the glam statement necklace. You rock this casual look!

    Cynthia

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  7. Very cool outfit (I was just reading on the Guardian fashion pages that grey is the colour of the decade). In the drizzle, I'd be into leather boots and trousers or jeans plus a big coat to give me some protection from the weather.

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