Monday, April 11, 2011

Before I forget “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”

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I wore this outfit a while back—before my 30 for 30 actually. I copied this from an outfit Kristen Bell’s character wears in the movie “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”. The edited version has been on TV like a dozen times in the last couple of months. I watch parts of it every time I stumble upon it because it’s quite funny. This is my version of the outfit “Sarah” wears when she breaks up with her boyfriend. I like the classic simplicity of it. Plus it looks like I’m ready to go ride a horse and I love horses. I love riding horses! 

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“Sarah” also had her hair pinned back cute in the break up scene. So I did my two minute version, but I didn’t feel like having my hair down (which is nothing new).

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Instead of my usual pony, I put a different “twist” on it.

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As for accessories…some sassy earrings and a belt.

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And what I think makes this outfit…the boots. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, and I’ll keep saying it—oh how I love boots. I will miss you boots as we enter warm season. I will tuck you carefully away in your special boxes and nestle you on my closet shelf, until the fall. Don’t worry—I will never forget you.

Question: Who thinks the fashion will remain to wear boots OUTSIDE of our pants and jeans next fall/winter season? My husband is ready for it to be over. I hope it stays. What do you say?

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3 comments:

Kimberly said...

I wear my boots under my pantleg. (I only have 1 pair of boots)
My jeans are not tight to the ankle. so I don't think they'd fit tucked into my boots (which fit snuggly against my leg).

I like the under the pant leg look anyway.
I did wear them once with brown leggings and a sweater-tunic-dress (sleevless).

******** CUTE Earrings!!

Lap of Luxury said...

glad you posted these finally. cute outfit :)

Heather said...

I haven't seen the movie, but that is an adorable outfit. And I love the earrings.

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