Thursday, October 16, 2008


Leather jacket, Wilson’s. Blouse, Jovovich Hawk for Target. Long-sleeved tee, Forever 21. Jeans, M Denim. Wedge loafers, American Eagle for Payless.

Headed to the library again to pick up holds and return the books I’ve finished. I’m going through reading material at a sick pace. Any more suggestions from my readers? I’ve just started the Uglies series.

I think I like this blouse better in the cooler months, when I can use it as a layering piece.


Toni said...

i love love love the jovovich-hawk collection from target.
i think they had the best pieces by far.
and this outfit is super cute on you.
you wearing the brown leather jacket reminds me that i need one!! :)

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love this layered look. You look great!

And btw, I nominated you for a blog I love at my blog!

Genuine Lustre said...

Have you tried the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon? It might sound hokey, but there's really nothing like it......

Mini and Menchi said...

Anything by Jaclyn Moriarty. Her books are so good and she has a few for adults as well.

J. Elle said...

Have you read anything by Garth Nix? My favorite series of his is The Abhorsen Trilogy, which is, so far, these three books:
2. Lirael
3. Abhorsen
But I see he's got two more on the way in the semi-distant future.
2010 Clariel: The Lost Abhorsen
2011 (untitled)

I definitely recommend them. I've been hooked on YA fiction for years and I'm heading towards 30. I think some of it is more original than Adult Fiction.

I didn't love the Uglies. They got very repetitive, but maybe you will enjoy them more than I.

Anonymous said...

if you want to read something totally different, yet utterly friggin hilarious, try "Things My Girlfriend and I Have Argued About" by Mil Millington. For a preview, try hitting up the website he ran that turned into the book:
The book made me laugh right out loud!

yublocka said...

I've recently become addicted to James Patterson's thrillers. He has *lots* of them, so it'd take you a while to get through them all. Very easy to read!!!

mad-scientist said...

This is a beautiful and refreshingly simply yet very young outfit - i like the way you have paired that fun top with a cool jacket and simple shoes.
I like the way you have done your hair - its a little messy yet cool - like that messy effect that is so hot but so hard to get right.
simplicity really suits you a lot, in this case, it just lets ur natural beauty shine through. any accessory would hv destroyed this outfit.
i think this just might be one of my favorite outfits on your blog.