This outfit has been unofficially and unintentionally brought to you and Kohl’s.
Do you think about from where your clothes were bought when you assemble them into an outfit? Or is this just another example of my tendency to drastically overthink everything? Personally, when I get dressed I try to pick items of clothing that were acquired from different stores. I don’t know why I consider that to be of so much importance – I guess on some level it’s a way of ensuring that everything in my admittedly extensive wardrobe gets worn equally. Sometimes, however, the excitement of pairing certain things together overrules everything else in my neurotic thought process, and I end up with outfits that have come all from the same place and/or the same brand [see above]. Additionally, if I know as I’m getting dressed for the day that I’m going to be stopping and shopping somewhere specific [Target, Old Navy, Kohl's, etc.] , I make it a point to not wear clothing that was purchased at said store.
I guess I’m just weird. [see also: wearing shorts in 40-degree weather]
LC Lauren Conrad sweater, from Kohl’s
Old Navy Shorts [similar-ish]
Apt. 9 tights, from Kohl’s
LC Lauren Conrad heels, from Kohl’s