Bag: Princess Vera, Kohl's
Belt: Wet Seal
Dress: Mossimo, Target
Sweater: Jean Pierre, Marshalls
Shoes: Betseyville, J. C. Penney's
Scarf: Nicole Miller, Marshalls
Blouse: Candie's, Kohl's
Tee: Wet Seal
Bag: Nine West, gifted
Outfit number two gives off a preppy hippie vibe, an ill-advised cross between Eddie Bauer and Urban Outfitters (never mind that a not a stitch on dear Tammy hails from either retailer). But, as is the explanation for so much of what goes on on this blog, I liked it. For symmetry's sake, I feel bound to mention that the other two outfits are pure pop princess meets prep. You know. If pop princesses shopped at Kohl's and dressed like twelve-year-old sitcom stars.
Speaking of things that are mismatched, I was recently thinking about movies of 2013 when I remembered Jobs and how I'd expected more of a splash from a story in which an Apple icon is played by Ashton Kutcher. If I ever met Ashton Kutcher, I fear I'd be compelled to say this. He'd raise an eyebrow and ask, "Did you see it?" and then I'd be forced to look down at my shoes and mutter, "No, I did not."