wearing: H&M dress | Kurt Geiger Shoes (thrifted) | vintage Wrangler denim shirt (thrifted) | J.W. Hulme Legacy bag | Madewell necklace
When you buy something from a consignment store is it considered “thrifted?” It’s not consigned, because that’s what you do when you sell something, not buy it…just wondering what to call the items I got at my favorite designer consignment store. Maybe second-hand?
This dress is the other item I purchased from H&M while I was visiting family in Atlanta last weekend. I fell in love with the print, and it’s a great simple dress (love that it’s not too long and I can wear it with flats). It’s a bit clingy though, and that’s a reflection of the lower-quality materials used, but I’m doing well at continuing to lose weight (yay!), so hopefully that won’t be an issue for long 🙂
And I have come to the conclusion that I do not like my hair this length. I don’t want it shorter, though, so I’m just going to grow it back out. All I needed was some product to give it a little body/style and more patience on washing days. But I’m glad I did cut it, so I wouldn’t constantly be thinking “what if.” I just feel like now, it looks a bit “old. And maybe while I’m growing my hair back out, I’ll grow my bangs out. It’s only hair!
Oh, and I finally tried the Sally Hansen nail strips:
I don’t see the style I have online, but they’re black & silver dots in a chevron style – very cool! I love these, but I’ve had them on since Saturday and am getting a bit tired of them. I’ve heard that they can last on your nails up to 3 weeks, but honestly, I don’t think I’d ever keep them on that long! They were pretty easy to apply, and I’m very impressed with how nice-looking they’ve stayed since going on. I’ll definitely try them again, especially for out-of-town trips (when you don’t want to deal with touch-ups, etc.). Have you guys tried them?
And, the lovely Tina Tang sent me another charm for my necklace – a lightning bolt to go with my tiny star. Thank you Tina!!!