OOTD: Girly tough

I’m really not sure about this jacket. I love how it looks on me, but…it’s not soft. And I am really particular about the comfortableness of my clothing (which is why I’m always stealing Steve’s ridiculously comfy Rainbow Dash hoodie).  I’ve been thinking about selling it for a while, but I can never make up my mind.

Pleather jacket and round stud wristband: Macy’s, shirt: Old Navy, jeans and rhinestone necklace: Target, fascinator: WhichGoose, spike necklace: eBay, earrings and rose ring: Claire’s, pyramid stud wristband: PacSun, bangles: Torrid and Deb, heart ring: The Toy Chest

I love love love this fascinator from WhichGoose. It adds a lovely romantic touch to any outfit, whether it’s lacy and girly or spiky and punk.

Since I took these pictures in my living room, I’ll show you my favorite pillow! 🙂

Well, it’s one of my favorites. The white one to my left is incredibly soft and fuzzy, and I also have an awesome cupcake pillow, which you can see in this post.

4 thoughts on “OOTD: Girly tough

  1. I know I’m late to the party, but I just found your blog via xoJane and started reading it. I love that black faux leather jacket on you, but if you didn’t like it and already returned it to Macy’s, you might want to check out QVC for another option. One of their house designers, Susan Graver, makes a faux leather jacket with ruffles that comes in plus sizes and might feel better and fit better, too. It also comes in lots of other colors besides black. Check it out here: http://www.qvc.com/Susan-Graver-Faux-Leather-Zip-Front-Ruffle-Jacket-Blazers-&-Jackets,-Etc.-Fashion.product.A209953.html?sc=A209953-User&cm_sp=VIEWPOSITION-_-11-_-A209953&catentryImage=http://images-p.qvc.com/is/image/a/53/a209953.001?$uslarge$

    • Cool, thanks! That jacket looks really nice, and I love that it comes in multiple colors.

      I’ve had my jacket for a few years, so it’s definitely too late to return it, but I’ve been thinking about selling it on fatshionxchange. I’m really indecisive about it–I go through periods of wearing it a lot, and periods of never wearing it, and this isn’t the first time I’ve thought of selling it, so…we’ll see! I’ll definitely keep the Susan Graver jacket in mind as an alternative.

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