The Clunkster

Crappy Day, Cute Outfit


Top (from Pacsun by Brandy Melville, but I can't find the exact style online). Shorts. Sneakers. Sunglasses (similar). Lipstick.

Today was one of the worst days I’ve had in a long time. As always, I didn’t feel any better until I actually got dressed and ready. After work, I decided to go shopping to cheer myself up. I walked out with this shirt, amongst other things! It’s really lightweight and comfy. I love how it looks on me! You guys will definitely be seeing a lot of it this summer. I need to start shopping at Pacsun more.

I paired it with my light blue high-waisted shorts that are still falling apart. I tucked my shirt in; what a surprise! Seriously, it made the look ten times better. I went with my black Converse to match the dark colors in my shirt and kept my jewelry normal. I should get one of those 90s chokers, which would have really pulled this look together.

Since I went out to eat in a freezing restaurant, I wore my grey sweater that I’ve been posting a lot about lately. It went with the vibe of my outfit while keeping me warm and cozy!

y vamp lips also made a comeback! Lipstick is one thing that can cheer me up almost any time I’m sad, and my favorite shade perfectly matched this aesthetic. It made me feel really badass. I felt like I could take over the world even though I just wanted to lay in bed and watch Grey’s Anatomy.  

Since I let my hair air-dry and didn’t straighten it, it still has its natural wave that I like every now and then. I think straightening my hair with this look would actually be a little too put together. The beauty of this was that it was slightly chaotic, but in a mysterious way. It’s one of my favorite vibes.

Even on bad days like this though, I still remember to cherish what I have. Life moves at a very rapid pace, which is super scary. Everything can change in an instant. It’s not to say that you should just be happy all the time because things should be worse, but it’s important to remember the little things in life. You never know when they’ll be gone.