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Alone, they are cool. Together, they are cool * 4, which = awesome. And I’ve been studying for the GREs, so I know my math. Show of your love of bikes, or of drinking, or both.
$10 from girlscantell’s Etsy store
I swear I only bought this shirt because a) it was on sale for like $7 at my local Target and b) the graphics were slightly pixelated, which made me giggle. That said, I swear I’ve gotten more compliments on this shirt than anything else I have in my wardrobe. Which is like, 3 compliments, but still… Anyway, this is not a shirt to be worn buttoned up. The graphics are printed too high on the chest, and it looks silly buttoned up. Left open with a plain-ish shirt underneath, however, and we apparently have a winner.
$24.99 from Target
Again, I’m late to the game. I admit it. But I was totally converted to the striped scarf look at work the other day when I rather attractive woman came in wearing a plain white T, a leather jacket, jeans, and a nice colorful scarf very similar to this. I highly recommend the look.
$19.98 from Roots
Well, they’ve been trying to convince me that spring is coming soon. I’m not convinced that it’s ever going to be warm again, but just in case of that eventuality I’ve put up this jacket.
$52.46 from Buckle
Straight leg jeans for gay gals. Another pair of jeans set apart by nice stitching and a fun fleur-de-leis on the butt. I personally prefer boot cut jeans, but straight leg is all the rage these days, so take a look if you like that sort of thing.
$149 from Metropark
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Honestly, I have no idea what I would do with these if I had a whole bunch. But they’re really cool! Maybe they could market them for Valentine’s day: “Say ‘I love you’ with recycled Spam cans!”
$8 each from Urban Outfitters
Another one for the slopes, or around town. Also, another form of acceptable plaid. And don’t worry – no animals were (directly) killed to warm your head. This is faux fur all around.
$24.95 from Amazon