I love kids. I love dogs. But I don't think kids should be allowed to do things that dogs can do, like pee in public. I've had some interesting encounters with children this month.
First, some mom let her toddler walk around CVS with only underwear on...and everyone (except me) thought it was the cutest thing since bashful puppies and kitties that say I Love You. Who does that? Second, an older child was waiting behind me in the Jamba Juice line at the mall and tapped my shoulder to ask if I would let her go in front of me. Who does that? She was too old to play the "I'm super cute and adorable" card. Then, while walking to Sephora in a different mall, some random child lunged in front of me and hugged me--a complete stranger. Her mom just kept chatting with the kiosk lady. Who. Does. That?
Anyway, on to the clothes. Don't be alarmed. The orange is a part of the petal scallop shorts and not underwear. But yes, those are cartoon robots on my sweater. It's not quite sweater weather just yet here in the bay, but it's getting there. I was a bit taken aback by how chilly it was this past weekend, but no worries because these cute, little robots and comfy cutout booties kept me warm.
| Cynthia Rowley sunglasses | Forever 21 quirky robot sweater | UrbanOG wisteria shorts | Charlotte Russe sueded cutout ankle bootie |What do you think of this look?
By the way, this is what I scored from the Phillip Lim for Target collaboration on Sunday. My main objective was to grab the bags that I loved so I'm very happy with the outcome. I was the first in a line of about 20 people, there was no running, and people were nice. I even had 6 bags in my cart and then gave 3 away and even saw some people do a trade. Also, I bought the black tote bag with gusset (the one that is reminiscent of Lim's $900 Pashli), but I'm not sure I'll keep it.