Baby Pink & Multi-Chain Necklace

I’m halfway through my last full week of work for the year. It’s been one of those annoying/frustrating weeks so I could not be more ready for winter break to arrive! This past Monday, I wore a baby pink sweater to work. In some lights it looked a bit brighter, almost bubblegum pink and in other lights it looked more baby pink. Since in these pictures I think it comes off lighter, let’s go with baby pink. They say bright colors help brighten your mood and while the past two mornings have been a little annoying, hopefully the rest of the week is good.

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Top: Gap
Tank: Loft
Pants: Express
Necklace: Express
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The sweater is a hand-me down from my mom. She got it, I don’t even know when, and wore it maybe once but didn’t fit her anymore after washing it so she gave it to me. It’s a pretty thick cotton-knit top and nice and warm for a Monday, December morning. If you’ve been following me for a little while now, you may remember that I’ve currently got a love for multi-strand necklaces. When I saw this multi-chain necklace on sale at Express earlier in the fall, I absolutely had to have it.

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Ahh I love it! It’s a little heavy, but not too heavy and I hate heavy jewelry so you know it’s not that bad if I love it.

For my makeup in my Monday-Friday basket this week…

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Face:Smashbox Photofinish More than Primer Blemish Control, Clinique Acne Solutions Foundation & Wet n Wild Coverall Foundation, Benefit Erase Paste, Smashbox High Definition Concealer, BareMinerals Well Rested, Neutrogena Mineral Powder, BareMinerals Mineral Veil, Milani Baked Bronzer, theBalm Instain Blush (Swiss Dot), L’Oreal Magic Lumi Primer (highlight), Urban Decay Cream Highlight (Sin), MAC Fix+
Eyes: Lorac Behind the Scenes Primer, Urban Decay Naked Basics 2, Maybelline Eye Studio Color Plush Silk Eyeshadow (Copper Chic), Covergirl Clump Crusher Mascara (not pictured), Wet n Wild Brow Kit
Lips: Smashbox Lip Enhancing Gloss (Blush)
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Hope you’re all having a cheery week even if you’re not wearing pink like me!

One Comment

  1. aristocrathomewares

    From these primeval beginnings, the necklace slowly evolved into prettier, more solid pieces particularly during the Bronze Age, where humans learned how to melt and manipulate metal and cast it into shapes.

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