Boots: Frye Carson Pull-on in Smoke
Belt: Banana Republic
I mentioned before that I'm not usually the type to dress up for holidays, but as I was planning my outfit for the day, I thought, why not wear my pink scarf for Valentine's day? If I was going to wear pink, I might as well throw in my pink belt and paint my nails pink too. I liked that it wasn't too "hey look at me, I'm dressing up today!" but still a nice little acknowledgement of the holiday.
And you like my Angry Bird tattoo? My son loves temporary tattoos and is always forcing me to give him my arm so he can put a tattoo on me. Then I totally forget about them and I go about my day with Cars and Angry Birds all over my arms and hands. Every time I catch a glimpse of my hand I can't help but smile, so I haven't really felt the need to wash it off.
Ok, complaint time for Instagram on valentine's day. I don't mind seeing pictures of sappy love notes or girls showing off how wonderful their boyfriends/husbands are with fancy dinners, bouquets of flowers and expensive presents. The thing I'm totally confused about is the pictures of couples kissing, and not the ones where one person is holding the phone out at arm's length. Since this is Instagram I'm talking about, most likely they took the picture with their phone, but HOW? Do they set up a timer app and get into position, "now let's kiss for the camera when the timer counts down to zero!" Or do they ask a friend, "hey here is my phone, can you snap a photo of the two of us making out?" I mean, how awkward is it for the friend unless it's a wedding photographer, right?
Day 3 of the Take One, Pass It On!