11, 12 go out and free an elf

See my little friend behind me, he's the local fox
Vest: Borrowed from sister // Tee: Target // Shorts: Thrifted and altered // Shoes: Urban Outfitters
Sunnies: Boutique in Crested Butte // Earrings: H&M
Romper: Forever 21 // Vest: Thrifted // Bangles: Forever 21 // Sunnies: Forever 21 // Mocs: Thrifted
This little post title is inspired from Harry Potter, which I am pretty pumped to go see this weekend (hopefully). Any of you guys already see it last night at a midnight showing? This is a time I wish I lived in a city, would love to see it in Imax 3D. That would be AWESOME! I am a very big nerd. Which I guess if you follow me, you already know.

The first outfit is from the 4th of July. I had planned on wearing my white and blue striped cropped tee, but my mom said it looked black and I had to be patriotic. I thought I was cheating by adding my sister's vest, but I did the math and recounted my items. Even after adding a dress and skirt, removing a pair of jeans, and switching out some shoes, I had a blank spot. So even though you won't see this very cute vest again (it went back to Vegas with my sister), it's my 30th item. I'm very proud of myself so far in this challenge. The second outfit is not my favorite, but as Kendi always says, "At least I'm not naked."


  1. That romper is adorable, and I so have those same sun glasses ;) Love them.

  2. Oh my goodness, I love foxes. We see them by the river all the time! I love how he just hangs out in the pictures...so cute. Hope "Potter" lived up to your expectations!

  3. I love foxes too, got to be one of my faves. This little guy is well treated. The whole neighborhood feeds him. I know it's not right, but I gave up lecturing everyone. He does the round every night. Still haven't seen Harry Potter yet! I'm really hoping to go tomorrow. Let everyone know how it was.

  4. Awe, thanks! I feel like the romper is too short though. Getting to old for bootie clothes. I love Forever 21 sunnies, I am always losing expensive ones but seem to hold on to my cheapies forever.