So when I was little, I loved the way adults dressed in the late 80s and early 90s. The blazers the big glasses. OMG the leather skirts the belts with the studs oh, oh, and there were spikes on everything. I was too young to dress like this. So I had to wait it out. I thought my mother was lying when she said that I would be able to dress like that one day. The accessory that I would sneak into my mom's room to take was her messenger bag. Well to solidify my old age ALL of that is in style now. So today I got to wear my bright pink blazer- the skirt made an appearance in my "classic look." The suit was present from my grandmother. She found it at a thrift store. My white top came from an outlet mall. I got it for $3 that day. I think the store was called Love Culture. Killah jeans (not on sale but worth it.) And boots were gifted from my mother. Go to necklace: present. Go to earrings were a present from Herisa. Gold necklace that I wore as a bracelet was also a gift from my mother!!! When I was a little girl, I use to pretend that I needed glasses.............................. Now I do. These are my reading glasses. I am reduced to wearing these until I get my real glasses. Gifts of old age.
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