Things I Refuse To Let Go Out Of Style

1.) Stretch Pants: They came into my life in 3rd grade and didn’t return until I was 23, I’m not letting them go again.

2.) Flannel: Maybe it’s just the Seattle in me, but my love for flannel will never die.

3.) Stripes: I don’t care if “nautical” is in, stripes are always stylish.

4.) Rainbow Flip Flops: California style is California style, and Rainbows will always be a staple.

5.) Scarves: Anything that helps keep me warm is here to stay.

6.) Tights: Too comfy to ever go back to tight, pinchy nylons.

7.) Wedges: Gives me height without blisters…need I say more?

8.) Moccasin Slippers: Slippers that don’t look like your granny’s…

9.) Vests: I really, really love a good vest. I’ll fight to keep them around as long as possible.

And most importantly:

10.) Ray Ban’s Wayfarers: If they’re good enough for Audrey Hepburn and Andy Warhol, they’ll always be good enough for me.

Originally posted My 22, 2010

2 responses to “Things I Refuse To Let Go Out Of Style

  1. I wholeheartedly agree with all of these except for #4, only because I have never owned a pair. Looks like we could be style soulmates! If you look at my blog you will see pictures of me wearing almost all of these items at some point. Unfortunately, I lost my ray-bans last December, but plan to reward myself with a replacement pair at the beginning of May! 🙂

    • Hey there! I love the nautical outfit you did. I just did a nautical themed baby shower a couple weekends ago, and now I’m more obsessed than ever with stripes! You have get a pair of Rainbows though. I’ve literally had my original pair for 6 years and they are my go-to flip flop every summer. And I don’t need to tell you that you must replace the Ray Bans! Thanks for commenting!

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