I guess. It's hard to accept that I'm no longer a Juniors "small"... maybe I never was.
This thread is fun, it reminds me of the AOL Nirvana board I was on in the 90s.
For the sake of on-topicness, I am wearing: dark wash skinny Levis with a single row black studded belt, an off white empire waist long sleeved cotton top with pintucking and buttons, and a black and multi colored scarf. My black Keds sneakers, with black and white gingham laces, are kicked off under my desk.
this thread is boring without pictures. spec ially when girls start talking about their big boobs. c'mon!
I thought posting pictures of oneself was 'too personal' for this board. You'll just have to take my word on this.
I'm wearing: new fav jeans ($25 black stovepipe H&M jeans- pants I can't mess up at work!) a hot yellowish-green short sleeved henley with lace trim, and a grey sweater that I keep putting on inside out.
weekend wear.... my skinniest blue jeans, long black tanktop with lace trim, black velvet tunic with puffy Victorian sleeves, black with teal/violet/red/green/pink scarf. Green heather socks, black Keds on the boot tray, slippers location unknown. Silver & abalone owl necklace, black plastic heart earrings. If you need to know about my undergarments you'll have to PM me.
(I returned that purple plaid shirt and turned the money into some Chinese takeout, btw.)
Black and white long sleeves tshirt, a short skinny skirt in jeans, black tights and my rosie's docs + a long wolly coat cause it's windy freezing all in the sudden... and a cold beer in hand (except while typing !
Post by comejanuary on Apr 15, 2012 22:36:02 GMT -5
My Kurt Cobain tshirt I've had since 1995... the one with the heart frame and Unplugged pic on the front and "The Sun Is Gone But I Have A Light- Kurt Cobain 1967-1994" on the back. And some awesome floral leggings from H&M.
I'm currently lounging in a brown tank top that is so holey I am not even going to wash it - just take it out into the woods and bury it. Complemented by black pj bottoms, I am the picture of "No, I did not leave the house today, so what?"
"Doctor, I wrestled with reality for forty years, and I am happy to say that I finally won out over it." - Elwood P. Dowd