January 7, 2012

lumberjack

I drove up to Vermont with BF yesterday. My parents have a house in Ludlow overlooking Okemo mountain. I forced BF to stop at a mall on the drive up because I wanted to go into H&M (Miami and south Florida in general are seriously lacking H&M stores). I ended up picking up this very lumberjack-esque flannel shirt from the Divided line. The fit was slimmer than the Logg line flannel shirts that others have reviewed, and the sleeves were also shorter. I almost even bought a size 4 and tried to shrink it slightly, but just went with the 2 instead. 
Flannel: H&M divided sz 2 (similar)
Tee: Forever 21 (here)
Jeans: Abercrombie
Boots: Ugg (here)
Necklace: Etsy
Watch: Michael Kors (here)
I also stopped into the BIGGEST Forever 21 I've ever seen in my life. Now, I haven't been to the one in Times Square or anything, but this was in freakin' Holyoke, MA, yet had 2 stories and carried a TON of things. Not only did they have a jewelry section, but also shoes, bags/purses, tights, they had an entire coat section, they carried mens, little girls, the 21+ line, Heritage 1981, and everything else that a normal F21 store would carry. The organization was impeccable. They also had an extensive sale section (but it was not organized well and was too burdensome for me to look through). I got to try on these shoes reviewed by Elle, and I do agree they look pretty cheap in person, but were also comfortable (the cheap outweighed the comfort). I also tried on some colored denim, but the pants didn't fit that well for me to purchase. In the end, I only walked away with 4 basic tees/tanks for a total of 15 dollars. If only I had more time...
This is the view of Okemo from my house. This is the south side of the mountain, with two other peaks not visible. Say hi to my neighbors, lol. 
While at the local beer/wine store, BF and I decided to buy cider and stout and mix them. It is a delicious drink that doesn't taste like beer or alcohol AT ALL. I may be a cider/stout convert!

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