I know it's just hair, but I don't know why something doesn't sit right with me having to strip my hair and lighten it and go through a whole process to get a different color, and then when I want my real hair back having to wait it out while it grows back and risk it looking weird and awkward while that happens. I'm not too in the know when it comes to hair dying processes, but that's what I imagine would happen. I am open to any suggestions for those of you who know more about this stuff. I suppose I could dye it to a color that's close to my natural hair until my actual hair grows out enough?
This dress is another that I got from Lindy Bop. It was a Christmas gift from Chris's mom. It was one of the many dresses that I was lusting after on their website. There are too many that I want! I love the classic shape and print of this one, but I also love that it's brown and not the classic black and white. It reminds me of I Love Lucy, though it's hard to understand why since that show was in black and white. I love Lucille Ball so much...
The cardigan was a more recent find...probably towards the beginning of the year. It's actually from J.Crew, but I found it at Goodwill for probably about $7. I love the peachy color. It's really springy and it's easy to pair it with a lot of different colors.
|Dress & Belt: Lindy Bop//Sweater: J.Crew (thrifted)//Shoes: Payless//Sunglasses: Delia's|