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2011 New Fashions

So as you might know, I have finally cut my hair.  Here's a pic of how I looked right after it got done! See how Happy I am?


I am quite happy although I am considering going shorter for my next trim.  It's really allowed me to change up the wardrobe in different ways.  Here's some outfits!

The Shopaholic
Yes despite what my bank account claims, I do love to shop, always looking for a bargain and looking good doing it! :)

White V-neck Pocket Tee Target.com
Knit pullover sweater with keyhole ribbon tie bananarepublic.com
Feather Necklace forever21.com
LF Pink shorts 
Mossimo Wedges ...Target (2010)

The Professional
Tortoise shell Burburry Glasses Lenscrafters.com
Pearl Necklace Forever21.com
2 Petites White Fitted Collared Blouse bananarepublic.com
XS Cream Cardigan bananarepublic.com
Brown waist belt Forever21.com
Navy Pencil Skirt bananarepublic.com
Steve Madden Peep-toe copper patent leather heels stevemadden.com

Rainy day
Isaac Mizrahi for Target - ruffle collared shirt
LF - Millau Rust pocket cardigan 
Black Skinny leg zipper pants forever21.com
Forever 21 - necklace
Forever21 - black heeled boots
The Musician


LF - Millau zipper top
LF - Millau knit Cardigan
Forever 21 - black skinny pant
Xhileration for Target - lace-up black boots

Night on the Town
LF - Millau tank
American Apparel XS mini Skirt
Forever 21 faux velvetr booties
Forever 21 silver sunglasses chain

Parts of these outfits were pricy, but most of the items were found on sale! Target and Forever21 are good for different choices and trendy items without having to break the bank, but for items you want to last and have for awhile, those pieces are worth the money.  Items like quality knits, pencil skirts, cardigans that don't fall apart and leather.

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