So here's the story of these overalls. The short version is that when I ordered these, I thought they were going to have a loose casual fit and they turned out to be quite fitted instead.
The long version is: About a month ago, I got it in my head that I NEEDED a pair of "skinny" overalls with a more tapered leg after seeing them on some of my favorite bloggers. I actually ordered a pair, paid for it, and then was told later that they were out of stock. How to companies sell things that are out of stock? Isn't that's what computer inventory systems, etc., are for?! Anyway, I grumpily turned to ebay to search for an afforable pair and landed on what looked perfect, except that it was from China and I never know what size to get (when in doubt, the largest one possible). Which is what I did. So, I then waited a patient (HA) three weeks for my XL overalls in the mail, checking the tracking progress, oh you know, at least once a day. So, they finally arrived this week and it was like Christmas morning, which is how it is when anything I order off the internet and then wait a long time for arrives. I ran upstairs to try them on, and lets just say the "slouchy-cool" fit that the model in the picture showed was NOT how these bad boys looked on me. At all. Let's just say I felt like a stuffed pork sausage in my new XL overalls and ripped them off and decided I hated them.
Overalls: Ebay (similar)
Scarf - c/o Oasap
Sunnies - c/o Sunglass Warehouse
Shoes - H&M
Hat - thrifted (similar)
Shirt - old
Does this ever happen to you, especially after ordering things online? Its so easy to get it in your head that you don't measure up in some way to things you see in the media. As they say, comparison is the thief of joy! But I think its super important to remind yourself that whatever thoughts of jealousy or longing you are having about something you see in someone else's life, someone else may be having those same thoughts about YOUR life!
Thanks for listening to my rant guys. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!