Exaggerated Denim Cuff

When your jeans cost less than yesterday’s lunch. Say what?

Coat // Longline Blazer // Top (sold out; try this) // Jeans (sold out; try this) // Shoes (take extra 30% with code SPRINGSALE) // Sunnies

H&M is so good to me. Like so good. I never “espeeddited” it!

Last year, someone said the exaggerated cuff is the new black. I think that’s extreme but I get what they mean. I consider it the new boyfriend; the new distressed boyfriend, maybe? At any rate, I’m loving this number from H&M. It was priced on sale for $20 but rang for $7 at the register. These are my favorite shopping victories! When you’ve decided to buy something for the ticketed price and find out its priced lower at the register?!? #Won

Blue & yellow have always been great pairings. I decided to layer my look because, well, suddenly it’s winter time in NYC again. This long blazer from Asos is such a gem. I saw it on one of my fave bloggers, Enocha and had to buy it; along with the shorts and trousers. Of course, after receiving my package in the mail, I was only solidified in my belief that online shopping is stupid but sometimes necessary. Everything except this blazer was way too big. I re-ordered the shorts and trousers immediately but NEVER received it because apparently there was a space between my zip code. With all the packages received by the USPS, they can’t use proper common sense to know that its a typo? That was over a month ago. To date: no package, no refund, no updated status. No thank you to online shopping.

Heading out of town today so I may not be able to post  for the rest of the week. We’ll play it by ear for now? or by email? Make sure you’re email is on the list serve [look above to your right] so you’ll know when I put up a new post!

God Bless You!


1 Comment

  1. March 18, 2015 / 12:57 pm

    That has happened to me only twice in my life. I think I am buying something cheap only to find out it’s further reduced. I’m like, God, I see your hand in all this…lol.

    You look amazing hunty. Werk!

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