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Back at it with the teal. Can you really blame me though, this tee was $3.90. I found these amazingly cheap and comfy tees in the basics section at Forever 21 and when I looked at the under $4 price tag I knew I had to get a few different colors. For reference I got a large so that it would have a baggy look, perfect to pair with a belt around the waist. I hate to say but this belt is sold out, sorry guys. I did get another belt from Maude though and it would be very cute with this outfit as well.
As for shoes, these wedges are my absolute favorite pair that I own and the cutest. The problem? They are not very comfortable and I NEED comfortable shoes. I twisted my ankle when I was younger and then twisted it again in high school to the point that it swelled up three times its size and turned black and purple. Powderpuff football is not something that agrees with me. Thankfully my best friend was there to carry me off the field and take me home, you’re the real mvp Celeste. Needless to say, I still have ankle problems with my right foot and if I wear heels too long, it starts to hurt. Plus, I hate having sore feet due to no cushion in heels. Thankfully, Sole Patches was kind to send me some of their pads to help save my feet. You can put these babies onto the ball or heel of your foot, or directly onto your shoe. I chose to put the pads on the actual shoe but I love the way they absorb shock when stuck on my foot too. Any way you wear them, they definitely help. I actually want to wear these shoes for longer than just a photoshoot because they have some cushion now! Aside from being shock-absorbing, they are also antimicrobial, anti-odor, and have moisture-repelling properties. Grab yourself a box and thank me later.
P.S. The item DIY-ed in this outfit is the necklace! I made it a while ago and stamped a “G” and a “C” on each of the charms for my pups Gunner and Colt. I didn’t get any detail shots of it but I might bring the tutorial to my blog since it’s too easy and cute not to help others make one for themselves.
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