July favorites.

 

1. Distressed Jeans- As I'm sure you've seen, I've taken a strong liking to rolled-up, distressed jeans.  I hate light wash jeans and I've never been a fan of distressed jeans, but throw them together and I love it.  I don't know how or why it works out like that, but I'm all for it.

2. Patterned Socks-  If you've been reading for a while, you'll know I love a quirky pair of socks.  To me, it shows that you don't take yourself too seriously, and I think that's a good attitude to have when it comes to fashion.  What I've learned since my previous post, is that Forever 21's selection of men's socks are the best.  They're super affordable (usually less than $3) and they look great.

3.  Game of Thrones, Season 2- I know I'm late.  I didn't want to be a bandwagon follower who watched just to stay relevant, but I am hooked.  I am ready to move from LA to Winterfell or Kings Landing, I haven't decided yet. 

4. Iphone 5s -  This is my favorite for the month because of the story that goes with it.  

So I went to a dance class with some friends, specifically a twerk class.  You read correctly, a twerk class, because who doesn't need some fresh technique?  Anyways, I was adamant on dressing "dancer-ish" for this class.  So I went on Youtube, watched way too many choreography videos and put together my dance class look, which included sweatpants, a flannel, a tank and a beanie -- I killed it.

 After the class, we went to a club with our new dancer friends; still in my aforementioned dancer clothes.  After hours of dancing, I got home, and realized I lost my phone.  I have since concluded that my new twerk moves and dancer clothes caused me to lose my phone in the club.  Thankfully, I was able to upgrade, and now I am the happy owner of an Iphone 5s.  The End.

Those are my favorites for the month!  Let me know if there are some new things you think I should try, and maybe they'll end up in my favorites next month.  If not, you could end up with a long story about twerk classes and lost phones, just sayin'.

Until next time,

OM