4.02.2012

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All photos by Grant Hatfield
Clothing available at MILK TEETHS vintage


vintage 50/50 t-shirt/ 1970s thin shirt/ mustard yellow bulldog shirt XS-S


1960s turquoise and maroon high waist wool plaid knee length school girl skirt XS-S

Don't mind the death glare in the second photo, it was brought on by the blinding sun/ sand/ ocean combination that was directly in front of me D:

Old news, but did anyone play the MEGA MILLIONS!! lottery over the weekend? While I think I only got one number right, my grandma made $100 and some change by getting the mega number and I think another number correct. Lucky!

P.S.: I think the last time I had a slurpee was 10 years ago. My flavor of choice? Coca cola! I'd probably go to 7-11 more often if there was more than one (yes, literally one) in Irvine. I secretly think there is a law prohibiting liquor stores around these parts because, in some eyes, they attract "unsavory peoples". Sigh. This city is weird.

23 comments:

  1. I LOVE the last pic!!!!
    back in the 90's

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  2. This outfit is so cool, simple and casual. It reminds me of american diners.


    x Joana

    http://www.praytofashion.com

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  3. two for $1 glazed donuts please!

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  4. also, I like the first pose. super cute! :)

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  5. Hi, just came across your blog and am loving your style! I'm a follower now hehe. I see that you own a pair of 80%20 Rina boots which i plan on getting. Mind telling me if its true to size? thanks!

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  6. awesome shots girl. that first one is killing me.
    ps. i am jealous that your 7/11s, even if it's only one, carry liquor. pennsylvania has the weirdest liquor laws.

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  7. I love your lipstick and your styling! You look so good in Chucks :) and how do you not want to keep every thing you wear in these lookbooks?! Cause you look AMAZING in everything!!

    Work it girl! :) You little sausage biscuit, you....

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  8. Thank you! And yes, I'd say they run true to size :)

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  9. I so love your vintage style! Cute shirt btw :)
    Rovie, THE BARGAIN DOLL

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  10. Love the pictures!! You look great!

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  11. I think Refinery needs to bring you back...every year! You have something really special going here with MilkTeeths. Keep being fly!

    And btw, yes you are absolutely right about what you think is a 'secret law' prohibiting said liquor store. I work for a city hall in the greater L.A. area...let's just say council meetings can say alot about how a city is run & what they want in their limits. Guess Irvine is keeping their own on a tight suburban leash ;)

    xx
    -franchesca

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  12. i love the mix of the graphic t and long plaid skirt!

    http://underthefluorescents.blogspot.com/

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  13. You look darling. I like to mix cherry and coke slurpees when I go to 7-11. Oh, now you got me craving one. haha. :D
    XOXO

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  14. i had a vintage tee just like that in HS and it was my fav! so cute!

    xo,
    steffy
    http://steffysprosandcons.blogspot.com

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  15. i LOVE everything in your outfit! the skirt, shoes, tshirt!
    xx

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  16. oooo goodness me you're amazing! i'm off to stalk you as we speak

    - PRADA SUNNIE GIVEAWAY -
    - PRADA SUNNIE GIVEAWAY -

    Sunnie
    (.=

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  17. haha irvine is pretty weird but awesome in a way. like how does irvine company control everything? lol. i went to uc irvine :)

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  18. My boyfriend's uncle got all of us mega million tickets, but none of us won anything. Haha :) I'm loving the second to the last photo, Ashley!

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  19. Only one? How do you live? In my old neighborhood, there was a 711 a block away and it was crucial to my survival, especially in summer, not just for slurpies but for all the delicious cold things. In my current neighborhood there's no 711--tragic. There's a smoothie store, which is ok, but certainly no substitute for slurpies. And there's a frozen yogurt shop, which is blech. Why do people even bother with frozen yogurt? Don't get me started.

    I've never played the lottery before. Yay for your grandma. :)

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