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sheer top floral dress | zara (similar here and in solid white)
d’orsay flats | shoemint (loving these)
thin rings | etsy
yellow bf cardigan | bcbg (similar here and here)
bag | vintage dooney & bourke c/o mom (similar)
segway & helmet | newport tours via groupon
You may ask why I’m sporting an ADIDAS Outdoor t-shirt. Firstly, it’s an outdoor shirt. This means when I wear it, I will automatically be portrayed as a sporty person. When people see me riding a Segway, people will automatically assume I am into EXTREME sports. IN A SKIRT. Which is exacccctly what I’m going for. Yes. Yes. [Well, it’s that or when life throws you and two of your friends free t-shirts (thanks to the grand opening of Sender One) right before a Segway experience, you put them on immediately]. What could possibly be cooler than that? Probably to wear matching shirts with your friend’s face on them, but we’ll save that for another post.
Now, if you’ve never ridden a Segway before, YOU. ARE. MISSING. OUT. After the initial fear comes pure pure exhilaration. Walking is sooo boring now. I mean, it was already boring. But now, it’s really boring. In fact, I don’t think anyone should have to suffer the drear of transporting around without this two-wheel monster of a machine maxing out at 12mph. Tokyo Drift? ALL THE TIME. Don’t mind the incredulous looks, the pointing, and the laughs. Everyone else is just jealous. Really. Would I lie to you? More importantly, would GOB lie to you?