“Remember that children, marriages, and flower gardens reflect the kind of care they get.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
I’ve always been a rule breaker when it comes to fashion, which is the complete opposite of who I am as a person.
I was that girl that would give everybody a lecture about skipping class. My senior year, when senioritis kicked in, I finally decided to skip study hall. I know. I know. It’s study hall. Is it really considered skipping? Yes, to me, it was. I was supposed to be in the classroom but instead I roamed the halls like a “baddie.” (And yes, I know that using that word totally disqualifies me from being labeled as that.) Back to the story, there I was, roaming the halls when I ran into one of the teachers. I thought, “Ooh, I’m in trouble now.” The teacher looked at me, waved, and smiled and went on her merry way. What did that mean? It meant that I was such a goody two-shoe that even when I skipped class, the teachers thought I was doing something worthy of being out in the hallway.
In the end, I had the assistant principal write me a referral for suspension for fun. He wrote that I punched him and stole something. I still have that referral in my binder. Why? Because it reminds me of the clean fun that I had in high school, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. Others might think that I was boring . . But I could tell you about the time that I got kicked out and banned from the movie theater with the manager threatening to call the local PD. But that’s for another story time session . . . What does my story have to do with this post?
Look at this rule breaker mixing black and blue together. Gasp!
Here are the outfit details:
- Shoes: Aldo
- Top: VB x Target
- Pants: Old Navy
- Bag: Cynthia Rowley
- Shades: Hashtag Sunglasses