Bag: Apt. 9, Kohl's
Belt: Tournier Everything's $10 store
Sunglasses: Rampage, Boscov's
Scarf: Wet Seal
Camisole: Bisou Bisou, J. C. Penney's
Shoes: Worthington, J. C. Penney's
Wallet: Betsey Johnson, gifted
Sunglasses: Cloud Nine, Ocean City boardwalk
Dress: Arizona, J. C. Penney's
Shoes: Dollhouse, Marshalls
Bag: Nine West, Boscov's
Belt: Wet Seal
Sunglasses: J. C. Penney's
Sadly, this post is not about Zack Morris's first foray into TNT legal dramedies. It's about how I once bought a bunch of French clip barrettes when I couldn't find alligator clips and how at first I thought they were awful. I mean, you couldn't clip them to your blouse or purse strap or jacket -- only to your hair. Talk about limiting! But that was before I started parting my hair in the middle and pinning up each side, necessitating the need for two twin oblong somethings. Once I got to work, it was hard to believe that I had ever found these bars, well, sub-par. The long rectangles turned out to be the ideal canvases for all sorts of new designs: piano keys (Frankie Goes to Hollywood, relax! They're not neckties :), ice cream scoops, raindrops, basically anything best displayed in a row!
Me wearing my facsimile of the Fabulous Felt Sundae Sundae Sundae Barrettes. You didn't think I'd put a for-sale item in my hair, did you?!