Friday, December 13, 2013

Geek Chic

Hello friends, I know its been a while, but I am finally back. And I have the time to invest in my blog. Yayyy! Since I've been gone, I completed my Bachelor's degree in Technical Management. You are probably wondering what does that have to do with fashion.  The answer is absolutely nothing.  I was a nerd once upon a time in my life. Which brings me to my next look; geek chic. 

Last year the collegiate sweaters and Letterman jackets were all the rage, but the trend actually carried over to this fall/winter as well.  I'm just getting around to wearing mine.

Anyways, I hope you enjoy the look.  Also, I would like to address that you girl has gained some pounds, but I will save that discussion for a later date.  Just know that I am working on it.


On to the look. Enjoy!!!
 
 
 
 
 






The cardigan and the button-up is a one piece, which made it very comfortable to wear.  I thought that was cool. 


My textbooks from my final school  projects had to make a special cameo.




I fell in love with this three piece ring set (eyeglasses, nose, and mustache) from Forever 21.  I was so quirky. I have a tendency to wear more mature clothing, but there is aways going to be an accessory that is going to be youthful.

 
 


Man, I've had these boots over 4 years and they look great don't they?  I treat them like the gold (wheat) that they are. Literally.  I do not wear in snow and rain. I know they are waterproof, but water stains nubuck. I try to  prevent stains if possible.  Also, I store them high on the shelf.







"B" is for Booth, my last name. I kinda have a pet peeve for wearing letters or monogrammed anything with a letter that does not apply to me. For me, please make sure you choose a monogram that begins you name.  Thanks. 


 
 
 
 
 
 
What I Wore:
 
 
Navy Collegiate Cardigan with Button up Shirt attached- F21
 
Dark Denim Jeans- F21 (only $10.80 and probably $7.80 in the lower 48s)
 
Timberland Knee-boots in Wheat- I got these from FootAction, but you can get them anywhere. I just ordered a another pair of boots from Amazon.com.
 
"Malcolm X" inspired Glasses (prescription)- Wal-Mart, but Ray Ban makes a similar style. Just go to your local optical center. Note: Both these and Ray Ban's style are SUNGLASSES. Me and many others opt for a clear lens for glasses obviously.
 
Novelty Eyeglass Necklace and Ring Set- F21
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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