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Monday, August 2, 2010

functional striped jackets

my new favorite menswear item from urban outfitters - oversized sleeveless striped jacket, BDG. pretty standard but incredibly comfy, with a large hood that actually fits my head, and huge pockets (both regular and INSIDE the jacket) ! incredibly functional for rainy summer days when it's not that cold but you still want your hair to stay dry :]


hoodie - urban outfitters | tank - wet seal | shorts - chinatown?? | bag - f21

19 comments:

  1. I love Ur bag, Honey!

    P.S.: Please don't forget to join the NOVICA giveaway for gift certificate for $75. ♥ Good luck, darling!

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  2. awesome pictures! :)looove your blog!
    i follow you! xox- hope you can follow me back!


    www.ninaonthemoon.blogspot.com

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  3. Your bag looks like it should be much more expensive than F21!

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  4. That looks so good :) Love the style!

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  5. Really like the way you managed to pair horizontal stripes with vertical :).

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  6. Really love the hoodie..Those are such a pretty photos,sweetie:)

    Kisses and have a great day:)

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  7. Great pictures!! I love stripes and this looks great on you!

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  8. Love your style, and how you don't have to rely on heels to make this outfit look amazing.

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  9. Gorgeous hoodie!

    Just stumbled by your blog &
    I absolutely love it! :)
    - Audrey Allure <3
    http://audreyallure.blogspot.com

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  10. great pictures. nice scenery too.
    love your vest and bag :)

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  11. oh super beautiful pictures. do you have a photographer? And love the bag!!!
    naina

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  12. style'n --> photographer = me :)
    thanks - the bag is forever 21 !

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  13. Love the hoodie and gorgeous pictures!!! Where in NYC did you take these, if I may ask?

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  14. thanks! the ones by the river are at 56th st by pier 96 (by the hudson, entrances by... 60th st-ish or down from 54th !) and the brick wall photos are b/t 7th and 8th ave on 21st st. :)

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