THE PRINTED COORDINATES YOU NEED IN YOUR SPRING WARDROBE - MYRIAD MUSINGS

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THE PRINTED COORDINATES YOU NEED IN YOUR SPRING WARDROBE

Oh, how I wish I could go back to toasty India, where the temps are ranging in the upper 90's right now. Instead, I'm homebound owing to the cold and the severe winter weather heading our way. The stay in India was short, but the break from the brutal winter was thoroughly enjoyed. 

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how to wear coordinates, jumpsuit, hm separates, spring ootd, outfit of the day, dcblogge, pompom mules, red hair, layered hairstyle, myriad musings

how to wear coordinates, jumpsuit, hm separates, spring ootd, outfit of the day, dcblogge, pompom mules, red hair, layered hairstyle, myriad musings

how to wear coordinates, jumpsuit, hm separates, spring ootd, outfit of the day, dcblogge, pompom mules, red hair, layered hairstyle, myriad musings

This wide leg trouser and jacket separate that a lot of people mistook for a romper has a story of its own. I went to exchange something at H&M and stumbled upon this set. I brought my usual size to the fitting room, size 6 for the bottom and size 4 for the top. Bummer, none of the sizes worked. Pants were a bit snug and the blouse super loose, which implied I needed size 8 for the pants and size 2 for the jacket.  With all the skepticism about the fitting of the blouse, I decided to leave it behind and just bought the trouser.

On my way back I just kept thinking about "how fantastic the two pieces would look worn together!" I kind of started regretting my decision of leaving the jacket behind.  I had exactly twenty-two minutes to decide whether or not the jacket was coming home. By the time I approached my metro stop "I knew I was getting the jacket." Luckily there was an H&M by my train stop, so I stepped in. Unfortunately, the store didn't have my size. I looked up online, but no luck there either. I was so keen that I hopped back on the train for another nearest H&M. Bad luck there too- the store didn't carry this lineup at all. I became all the more determinant and hopped back on the train and made my way to the first store where all this began. So, there I was two hours later, back at square one with a size 2 jacket ready to be checked out. Rest is history..........


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