Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Random Outfit Post

Wore this the other day... which is probably more like a couple of weeks ago... for a bunch of errand running.
(Lots going on. I'm losing track of time over here.)

pulling it all together...
skinnies: H&M Sqin
tank: from Desperation Conference last year
flannel: thrifted
vest: target, via goodwill
shoes: thrifted
necklace: gifted from Lisa Leonard Designs
same leather bracelets, white gold ring from Grams and rhinestone earrings I always wear
hair: side braid

I have to say I looooooove this tank. It's one of those perfect fits that is so cozy. Usually I buy one thing at Desperation each year that I know I'll wear forever and ever. But THIS year I fell hard for the sweatpants and this tank.
I couldn't decide... couldn't decide... so I splurged and bought both... and am so happy I did! They're both absolute favs that I wear constantly.
(If you've been to my house, you can attest to this. Despo sweats and Crown sweatshirt. Practically my uniform.)
The tank says "Alternative" on the label, and I got a large so it would be extra roomy.
I love the funkyness of the deer, AND the fact that it says
"As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, my God." Psalm 42:1
This is no wimpy deer, people.
Freaking awesome.

(And for those of you reading this who are "in the know," who designs the Despo stuff and picks the clothing sources? I need to know.
Because they're freaking awesome, too. And I secretly want to collaborate with them on some things.)

Hey, here's where you should go check out the info for Desperation 2012.
And after that, you should go tell your youth pastor to bring a group.
Don't have a youth pastor to organize it? Then jump up and take the initiative.
It's life changing stuff here, and it's worth the drive/plane flight/detail arranging it will take to get you to Colorado Springs this June and/or July.

And here's where I stare aimlessly off into the distance and look like I'm questioning something that goes on... and when I upload the photos I laugh at the expression I didn't realize I was making.

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