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Layer It On: Denim Jacket + Dress + Tights + Ankle Boots + Hat

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Hi there! Have you ever heard of the Waste Management Open in Scottsdale? Well, if not, it's basically a huge party with a golf tournament going on in the background. I had never been before and it's a big annual event here in the Valley, so Matt and I went yesterday to experience what all the hubbub was about... We were there for a total of two hours before we had had enough. We can no longer put up with places that just house hoards of drunk slobs falling over themselves (and onto you too in the process) -- which yes, means we realized that we are officially OLD. That's okay with us though, because we left, headed to an [early bird] dinner and enjoyed some cocktails, came home, and watched Audrey Hepburn movies on Netflix while sipping tea. (To some of you this may make us the most boring people on Planet Earth, but ask yourself this: can anything really beat an Audrey movie marathon? Uh, no.)

Black oversized floppy hat (also seen here): Target
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Dark wash denim jacket (also seen here, here & here): Kohl's
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d.Ra floral print shift dress: c/o Shopbop
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Carlos by Carlos Santana nude ankle booties (also seen here, here & here): Famous Footwear
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Grey ribbed tights: Target

Are you still able to go to places with huge crowds and enjoy yourself? Or are you on the same boat as Matt and me, in which a night in at home sounds so much more appealing?

1 comment:

  1. I try to give it the best of both by being young enough to experiment but old enough to be done with debauchery. I actually tend to enjoy golf because of the (supposed) respect factor, I guess it wasn't at that game. If the crowd is well placed I'm all about an event. Luv the tights!


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