Moving slow this Monday after Super Bowl. Not that I was super invested in the game – as a Dolphins fan, I can’t root for the Patriots so I guess I was cheering for the Seahawks which didn’t work out so well – but any time I shake up my normal lazy Sunday night routine, my Monday gets all out of whack. We headed over to a friends to watch the game and by watch the game, I mean eat lots of delicious game food, buy squares and debate how much cleavage Katy Perry would be rocking. Let’s just say the snacks didn’t disappoint but Katy’s costumes could have been a little more ample (if you got it, rock it).
Seriously though, I dug the halftime show. That awesome giant puppet Lion she rode in on, followed by the crazy chessboard was enough for me but then she topped it off with those dancing sharks and beach balls and I was sold. How great would it be to work as a set designer for her tour?
As far as the commercials, Nationwide totally bummed me out, then redeemed themselves because Mindy Kaling is hilarious and the combo of puppy + Clydesdales is too much cuteness. I also was kind of a sucker for that Carnival Cruise Lines one with the John F. Kennedy voice over. I also liked the Dodge one with the badass old people. What can I say I’m a sucker for bad ass old people driving muscle cars.
Back to Monday though and today’s post. So this look was inspired by (which is just a fancy way for me to say I tried to copy) this pinterest discovery. So I found the closest options in my closet, paired them up with jeans and booties, added one piece of fun jewelry to keep me from looking too disheveled and went on my way to tackle the weekend.
Stripe Tee: ZARA (old, seen here; similar here); Plaid Button-Down: c/o H&M (old, seen before here; similar here); Jeans: Urban Outfitters; Booties: Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent; Bag: c/o Sole Society; Flurry Fringe Pendant Necklace: Bauble Bar; Sunglasses: c/o Sole Society