This outfit was from before the Lunar New Year, when it was still cool enough for sweaters and boots (seriously, it’s like summer here right now.) Again, it was my attempt to wear some more colors – well, more colors than black and gray, since my sweater’s shade of green is still considered a neutral. But then when it came to accessorizing, I was stumped, until I decided to take the green of the sweater and ran with the “tree” theme – my boots are like the tree trunk/roots, and of course, I also added a tree brooch. Too literal? I don’t care 😛
A few housekeeping notes first: I’m keeping my Cuba travel post to one per week because 1) it takes a long time to write one of those posts and assemble all the pictures so I just don’t have the time to write more; 2) I don’t want to overload the blog with too many travel posts at once; and 3) I want to drag it out so I can relive the trip for as long as possible.
Also, until I’m done with the travel posts, I will try to maintain at least one outfit post per week, and this week, here’s a green outfit, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day:
I got this sweater from the boys’ section of the store, can you believe it? Apparently I wasn’t the only one that set my eyes on it either, because when I brought it to the check-out counter, several ladies in line asked where I saw it and were really disappointed to learn it was the only one left.
I didn’t wear this specifically for St. Patrick’s Day – this outfit was from a while ago, and I think I was subconsciously influenced by Link from The Legend of Zelda – but St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, so it’s perfect, isn’t it?