Vest: Marshalls (similar here) | Chambray Shirt: Target | Ruffle top: Forever 21 (old) |
White Jeans: Zara | Boots: Steve Madden | Clutch: Target | Watch: Michael Kors |
Bracelets: Forever 21, Derng
I know I have said this before, but white is probably my favorite color to wear- especially winter white!! I have also ranted how everyone needs a fur vest, but a white one=even better!
So, I have to admit, I have a phobia (no it's not running into my ex looking like complete crap, been there, done that) , I have a HUGE phobia of needles- no really, I will avoid them at all costs! I would rather be miserably sick for days waiting for my antibiotics to kick in rather than get a quick shot. In order to start grad school next week I was required to get a meningitis shot, of course I put it off as long as possible in complete terror of what was to come. Well everyone, today was the day- I could barley sleep at all last night I was so anxious. All day today my hands were sweating, my body was shaking, I was so stressed thinking about what was to come that I couldn't eat, or think about anything other than an extra long sharp object tearing into my arm burning as it went through my body. A little dramatic you say? YES. I am 23 years old and forced my mom and sister to go with me for support, when in reality they were just making fun of how ridiculous I was acting, I kid you not I was almost in tears. I could not even make eye contact with doctor, eyes closed tight I look back over, and it was DONE!
I am serious, I did not feel a thing- so I am feeling like a complete idiot right now for freaking out and literally letting this consume my whole day! On that note, I rewarded myself by eating a whole medium pizza and watching some ridiculous girls on the Bachelor! Although in order to make me feel a little better, somebody PLEASE tell me I am not alone on this crazy phobia of mine!
Once again, as I bragged in my last post- thank you so much Kayla, of You're my Lobster Photography for taking these great pictures- you are so fabulous! Check out Kayla's Facebook page here, she has some amazing work!