Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Seafood Salad


Top: Forever 21 (shop similar)
Capris: Ann Taylor, thrifted
Belt: Kohl's (shop)
Orange Pumps: Urban Outfitters (shop)
    

I wore this outfit while I was at Costco buying a delicious Seafood Salad dip, complete with shrimp, Krab, and creamy roasted garlic dressing.  As I waited in the check out line staring at the Seafood Salad and drooling, I realized that my outfit's color palette resembled that of the Seafood Salad--some pink hues, some cream, and a little bit of orange.  I felt a proud sense of affirmation for a moment...until I questioned whether it was actually a good thing or a bad thing that I looked like seafood dip.  It didn't last long, because one tasty bite of that dip remedied my doubt, and I was proud to look like seafood dip.

ANNDDDD I realize this is the 3rd time I've talked about food on this style blog.  I have no excuses; I just can't help it.  If I had snapped pics of what I did this weekend my posts would have revolved around delectable wedding food and all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ from K-Town in LA.  I really can't help it.  All I can tell you is that I'm sorry, but you should get used to it because this train ain't stoppin anytime soon.

(But seriously, I promise my next couple of posts won't be about food.   :P)

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