If these pictures seem out of place, it’s because Mother Nature is going through a mid life crisis. She was starting to let Spring shine a little, but then she reared her ugly Winter head once more this year; last weekend to be specific. And if I am not mistaken, this weekend she is scheduled to take a U-turn back to Winter as well. What are bloggers supposed to do when it’s raining outside and they do not have a proper indoor set up to take pictures? My answer is chalk it up and stand out in the rain (while my boyfriend stands inside of the parking garage to protect his camera. What’s your solution? #stylebloggerproblems fo’ sho’.
*Jacket and Sweater: Forever 21. *Jeans: Urban Outfitters. *Boots: Target
If I look painfully cold, it’s because I was.
New jeans, new jeans! Am I the only one who has a small anxiety attack when paying either full price or over $30 an item? I hope not, or else I just made myself sound pathetically cheap. And coming off pathetically cheap is not usually something I am ashamed of, but I have another secret. I leave the tags on my new clothes for at least two wears. I can feel you judging me now. Clothes wear different in a dressing room for two minutes versus real life! And since I am pathetically cheap, I cannot take the chance of not being able to return something that I am not satisifed with. However, if it makes it to two wears, it does mean I am keeping it. Sometimes I forget to take off the tag all together, even after months. Please tell me you keep tags on for a certain “trial” period as well?
When I put this sweater on, my boyfriends says to me, “I really like that sweater.” My reply? “Thanks, you bought it for me two years ago.” No recollection on his part.
The rain happened to stop 10 minutes after we went back inside. Thanks Mother Nature. You’re awesome.
I actually really love rain; the sound, smell, and coziness is so comforting. I just don’t love standing in it for 20 minutes and being soaked is all.
I was jealous that my boyfriend was on the other side of these bars in the dry parking garage. I basically tried to climb through them towards the end of our shoot (hence, not a lot of full body photos).
Seriously, it was cold; this is a candid photo. This is what I look like when I am cold. I will assume you do not want to hang out with me in the winter. That’s alright, it’s almost Spring. We’ll hang out in Spring.
All photos credit of Ugly Mug Photography
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