I liked my outfit today until I started taking pictures of it, and then I didn't anymore! How frustrating. Also my hair was/is super unwashed, so it kinda ruined the whole effect. Therefore I took off the dumb old sweater I'd been wearing, and shoved my head into this winter cap. And forgot to take any further full-body shots.
I'm wearing: F21 dress, Target hat.
Oh man! So I ventured back to H&M around 11:00 this morning, because I needed to return some dresses I'd bought in a mad rush on Thursday that ended up not fitting. I was like "TROLOLO NOBODY ACTUALLY GOES SHOPPING BEFORE NOON ON A SATURDAY~" but I was completely wrong. The entire female population of Portland goes shopping on Saturday morning, and they are all at H&M.
I did end up spending over an hour in the store, wandering back and forth between floors, picking things up, leaving them randomly about after deciding I didn't want them, and generally looking at the same things about ten different times throughout the trip before deciding I didn't want them. (This is how I shop alone, I'm sure most people are gratified to know. I do not shop this way with friends. They would strangle me to death with their own bare hands if I did.) I ended up leaving with only two things, two dresses to be precise. They are amazing. Just you wait.
Then I came home, ate some Lean Cuisine pizza, and watched an episode of The Mighty Boosh. The episode gave me the serious heebie jeebies, and also made me quite tired (I'd been up since 9:00 after all -- ridiculous), so I took a 3-hour nap. I am now still where I was when I woke up from said nap, only I'm in a semi-sitting position, and I'm contemplating walking to the store to get pop and then spending the night catching up on Merlin and possibly making a Netflix account so I can watch Doctor Who streaming on demand. Which I hope is actually streaming on demand, because if not wtf am I on about.
So, overall, INTERESTING DAY. Glad you cared.
Oh, P.S., I've been considering doing a post on body image, confidence, weight loss, and all of that sort of thing (or rather, my personal experience of such things). Would anyone be interested in that? Or is that too serious and boring to read?