I’m Wearing: Straight As An Arrow

My life changed once I got a decent hair straightener.

I’ve had curly hair my entire life. Nothing but massive amounts of thick, never-ending curls. Don’t be jealous just get. Have you ever lost a hairband only to find it two days later while you’re in the shower washing your hair? Welcome to my life.

I have been reviewing a new hair straightener (post in the works) for the last few weeks and, of the many (many) I’ve tried, this one is probably the best. Having straight hair makes me want to just be comfortable all the time. I don’t need to put my hair up, I can keep it down, and it makes everything look more polished.

We recently received this Nally & Millie shirt in the mail, and after about 20 minutes of confusion, figured out that it’s not a smock or scarf-sewn-badly, it’s only the most comfortable shirt ever. The “One Size Fits All”-ness of it initially scared me, but as you can see, I got over it.

This is my first one-size-fits-all ring, too. I quite like it. It’s bit, but it’s comfy. I think Jen probably got annoyed with me when I wore it last weekend, as I was flapping my hand wildly to make it clink against my other rings. Makes a nice noise, ok?

Back to the shirt and all its glory. I needed something that was going to be big enough to hide my food baby, but still looked decent enough to go shopping in (grocery shopping, bulk grains are the most judgmental food). This, plus my cheap-as-hell jeans are pretty much my go-to outfit anymore.

Nally & Millie Dolman Top (c/o)
Forever 21 pants, $13.50
MIA Viking Wedges, $36 from Reverse

Ring from Trendenzas (c/o)

We’ve been getting tons of e-mails and comments about where to buy this shirt! I don’t blame you, it is my go-to comfort top. Unfortunately, the Nally & Millie website is only a wholesale website – they’re sold all over! Here are some of the places you can find this great piece:

ShopMama has it in navy blue, white, and black for under $50!

Fawbush’s has a v-neck version in lavender and brown.
We also found it at Lollipop Guild Online for $73 in burgundy.

Probably watching Netflix.

8 thoughts on “I’m Wearing: Straight As An Arrow

  • June 17, 2011 at 10:02 am

    I had no idea your hair was SO long! It’s beautiful!
    That top is amazing! Want!

    So, what products are you using to keep from frying your ends?
    I just got my June Birchbox and fell in love with a hair oil treatment so much I bought the full-size and my hair is super fine. It didn’t make it greasy! It’s “amika oil treatment”. You should check it out!

  • June 17, 2011 at 9:49 am

    I manage to lose bobby pins in my stick-straight can’t-hold-a-curl-to-save-my-life, but does a nice job dreading-up after a day in a braid or bun hair, too.
    That top looks amazingly comfy, yet super chic. Love it.

  • June 17, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    I think that is just the shirt I need. Do I have to be a company to buy from them???

  • June 17, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Whenever my hair decides to be straight I wish it would wave. When it’s wavy I wish it would be straight. Have to agree with the above, i didn’t know your hair was so darn long! The shirt DOES look super comfy…I’m tempted to see if I can make it by cutting and hemming an oversized tee. >> <<

  • June 21, 2011 at 1:32 am

    That shirt does look super comfy. I’d probably be sleepig in it or lounging around in it all day long if I had it on.

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