On to Day 3 of my new clothes challenge, and it was an easy one! (This is from yesterday. Normally I get BF to take my picture before we both leave for the day, but today he was out the door early, so I had to wait until the evening.)
Yesterday I had to go to work, and then I had a meeting with a professor at school, and was also participating in an info session for prospective students. I know I said I graduated, but I was very involved while I was at school, and occasionally get asked to help out still. I was running a little late, so I just dug through some of my dresses to find an unworn one (not hard, unfortunately), and came up with this one!
I bought this from the Banana Republic outlet...at least a year ago, possibly more. I'd always intended it to wear it with some knee-high boots, kind of 60s/70s go-go style, but that never happened for some reason. It's a great knit dress - fairly basic with some cute details. I love the big sleeves. I paired it with a simple pair of wooden slides (can't remember the brand).
Right now, I'm at the point where I might be ready to cut. I run (okay, was running, and will be running again) 5 days a week, and usually just throw my hair into a bun after my shower. As a result, my hair has taken on a semi wavy texture, but it's also fairly thick, so it's prone to frizz and flyaways. Additionally, I very rarely dry my hair with a blow dryer...maybe once every 6 months or so? It's really not worth it, as it's completely puffy after a blow dry, and I have to wait a day for it to settle down and be smooth...and by the time it's settled down, it's time to run again. So basically it's just in a bun ALL THE TIME.
I'm always torn about cutting my hair. I really love my long hair, and always always cry when I get it cut. I've made the big chop 3 times now (each time have donated 12+ inches to Locks of Love), and am considering it again. I half committed to getting it cut after I graduated, but now I'm not sure if I really want to go through with it. I may cut off enough to donate, but keep enough to at least have a short ponytail, but I don't know. Any suggestions?