Michael Vick Hwpo Hard Work Pays Off Shirt
Since the Michael Vick Hwpo Hard Work Pays Off Shirt also I will do this first days of spring weather, I have been yearning to dress up each day, but I’m not quite ready to style out every look with the same patience I had in the before times. Instead, getting dressed up again while continuing to work from home has meant investing in pre-styled outfits like dresses and matching sets. This Nanushka set felt like the next step in my continued departure from matching sweats and knit separates. I’ve been eyeing these Dries Van Noten platform sandals for a few summers. Last year, I was about to take the plunge, but because of quarantine, I felt it wasn’t quite the time to invest in them. When they came back in stock this March, it was a sign! Hopefully, soon I’ll be able to take them out for a spin.
Michael Vick Hwpo Hard Work Pays Off Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
In the Michael Vick Hwpo Hard Work Pays Off Shirt also I will do this past month, I pulled the trigger on two standout items: a red and white crocheted bucket hat from Emily Levine and a pair of swirly, canyon-inspired mugs from Ivy Ceramics. The hat is my latest attempt to (comfortably) spice up my WFH looks (and also mask my just-rolled-out-of-bed hair when it gets particularly unsightly). The mugs are part of the slow build I’m working on for the kitchen of my boyfriend’s new apartment, where I have been squatting for the past two months. Both the headgear and the drinking vessels were handmade, carefully vetted, and totally unique, which are the guidelines I’m trying to keep in mind when making most purchases these days. Fewer, better things, right?