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)


  1. Cute look. I love the costco for the sea food.

  2. That lace top is adorable! I'd be using it all the time for the challenge!

  3. No worries that you're talking about food. I think food is amazing and it consumes my life at times, haha. I really like this look, even if you think you are channeling seafood, and that lace top is great!

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