Friday, March 15, 2013

Lazy Post or The Shopaholic Tag

You guys I'm totally sick right now. I had to leave a girls night sleepover last night sick, and I'm a bit disgruntled about it. I've kinda be sick all week, so that's why you haven't really gotten any posts outta me. I needed to fix that, so you get a Lazy Post.

Also known as a tag post, specifically the shopaholic tag.

1. Are you a Shopaholic?
A. Yes, Rebecca Bloomwood is my Idol.

2. How would you classify your style?
A. Generally, I wouldn't. It's best described as a cross between Taylor Swift and Kirsten Stewart so Edgy/Lady-like?

3. What store can you not leave without buying something?
A. H&M, and usually if I'm come in for something specific, I buy something else too. Oops.

4. Where do you find the best deals?
A. H&M, I love that store. It's my favorite ever.

5. What designer are you willing to splurge for?
A. Kate Spade for accessories and Sam Edelman for shoes.

6. Do you have a go to shopping outfit?
A. No, I wear whatever. I usually know what I'm going for, and I have a some good basics so I generally don't worry about stuff not going.

7. What is your guilty pleasure (Not including makeup)?
A. Guilty Pleasure? Pajamas, and sweatpants, especially the Gilly Hicks ones, I ADORE those.

8. What is one staple clothing piece you cannot live without?
A. Gap Jegging Jeans, they're my all time favorite jeans, and nine times out of ten if you see me in jeans it's those.

9. What is a trend that you hope never goes out of style?
A. Jeggings.

10. What is a trend you did love that went out of style too quickly?
A. All the trends I can think of that I've loved are still around.

11. Who is your Fashion Icon?
Stacy London and Jessica Quirk. Hands down my favorites

Alright, I tag everyone, but specifically:

I'm absolutely loving these ladies blogs right now and if you're not already following them you should check them out.

I plan on doing a random sort of gift guide here soon, about what to buy for someone who knits, as there are lots of bits that are absolutely lovely to a knitter or would be for a beginning knitter. General gift guides are great and I do those for each Holiday, but I plan on sprinkling in these sorts of guides for people who have specific hobbies which will make your shopping tailored to that person a bit more.

I hope you've all had a better time of it lately than I have, and I hope this illness gets gone very soon. Until then regale me with tales of your fabulous lives in the comments below.