Halftee.com, Scarf-Plato's closet ($5), Belt-Wal Mart ($? Came with a pair of pants I bought ages ago), Skirt-Thrifted ($3), Boots-gojane.com ($25) Watch-C/O verse watches
So this outfit combines many different things I wouldn't normally wear! This was actually a third attempt at an outfit. First one my younger sister said "I won't take a picture of that outfit, it's not cute!" the second one I wasn't sure was weather appropriate (it's been pretty nice again!). This one finally struck my "fashion fancy" and this is what you get. The shirt and scarf just sort of happened, I know they don't "go together", but I think they look well paired this way. I also wore my shirt tucked in, and a camo belt. To go along with the "army" theme, I also wore combat boots. And of course my trusty modesty friends: Halftee and blue jean skirt! I'll usually shy away from tucking my shirts in, as I tend to stick my stomach out-not sure why! So I had to make a conscious effort to keep good posture. I guess it's because it sort of feels like the skirt is falling down-thus I keep it up by sticking it out. : ) LOL! (TMI?)
I've decided that W.I.W looks better than What I Wear. So thus the posts will now be labeled that way. And no I have no idea why I abruptly threw this into my post.
I know lots of you are curious about "Montana life". This is sort of funny to me, that people are interested in things I consider mundane. But I suppose I'm curious about other places (probably city life). So I put together a few "life in Montana" trivia facts.
- Most people don't wear cowboy gear, though some do.
- Montana is the land of extremes-for example: my post on snow and now it's about 60 deg!
- It can get down to -35+ and as hot as 100+ (deg).
- You eventually get so used to the cold weather that you really don't even wear a coat (hoodies are a staple item)
- People actually wear their Pajamas into Wal Mart!
- You can strike up a conversation with a complete stranger and learn intimate details about their past!
- There's rivalry between different cities.
- 4-wheelers are like owning a dog.
- Hunting is an excuse to take off work.
- The beauty of nature around us is often overlooked because we see it all the time.
- Driving five hours to a bigger city is no big deal and often referred to as "not that long of a trip".
Tell me some facts about your home state/city!