Let’s Go Out And Play

26 Apr

Ever since I was a little girl I have loved playgrounds.  The monkey bars and tire swing are personal favorites that I still enjoy.  It’s important for me to embrace my inner child and remember that life shouldn’t be taken that seriously.  Making time to play is mandatory not optional.

The dinosaur sweater is my favorite part of this outfit.  The sweater actually belonged to my baby brother.  I discovered it a few years ago when I was helping my mom sort through boxes because she was moving.  When I came across the dinosaur sweater I thought it was so cute I just had to keep it for myself.  The dress is a pale yellow with white embroidery I found at a Chicago thrift store.  The satin mary janes were also a thrift score.  This is outfit is proof that you can wear black and yellow together and not look like a bumblebee.

A dress and heels have never stopped me from playing on the playground.  Even as a child I was never concerned with not getting dirty or the fear of other people seeing my underwear.  If I want to play, a dress isn’t gonna hold me back.

The next time you feel worried or stressed I urge you to go to a park and swing.  Once you sit on a swing and start flying through the air it’s impossible to not give in to the moment.

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3 Responses to “Let’s Go Out And Play”

  1. Black Dahlia April 26, 2012 at 3:22 PM #

    Love your sweater and shoes!
    X
    BD

  2. Alexandra April 29, 2012 at 2:28 PM #

    You look SO cute!!! Playgrounds are so much fun – and this made the perfect background for your post!!!

    xxx

  3. henatayeb April 30, 2012 at 8:15 PM #

    Love the dinosaur sweater.. swinging can surely make you feel better

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