Joe Fresh white vneck tshirt / Express 'Stella' jeans / Mix No. 6 neon captoe heels via DSW (I got them for half price in-store) / Steve Madden neon orange crossbody purse (similar here and here) / H&M braided belt (similar) / Neon infinity scarf via DSW / Aldo turquoise drop earrings and bracelets
As soon as my eye caught this multi-coloured neon scarf I knew it had to be mine. Ditto for those fabulous heels I got on clearance for $22. Do neon pink and orange and yellow even go together? Well they do in my book! Coincidentally, both pieces were picked up at DSW Shoes (a store that I see and hear so much about but feel deprived of because we don't have it in Canada) when I was visiting my friend in Chicago to attend her wedding last month. So you better believe I made a beeline for DSW as soon as I found out it was just a couple minutes away from where we were getting our nails done. Of course I didn't think out this plan properly because who goes shopping for shoes after getting a pedicure! Not my brightest moment once I smudged perfectly applied nail polish, but since I'm getting better at doing my nails anyway, I guess it's good for practice.
I wore this outfit to meet friends for some casual drinks this past weekend where we chatted about Breaking Bad and our predictions for this final leg of the season. *Spoilers ahead* My husband and I don't have cable tv so we wait to download new episodes then watch them together on Monday nights (this also applies to The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones). What did you guys think of Sunday's mid-season premiere? I'm not a huge fan of the "flash-forward scenes" but I definitely liked how they picked it up the show right where we left off, with Hank on the pooper piecing together the identity of W.W. The climax, of course, was the confrontation between Hank and Walt once the tracking device was discovered. You could see the moment of acknowledgement in Walt's eyes once he knew he'd been found out.
Walt's last line, threatening Hank to tread lightly, gave me chills. Only because it was said in the "deep and serious Heisenberg voice" naturally, but chills nonetheless. I'm so happy the writers went there and offered the viewers what they wanted (okay okay, what I wanted). Hank vs. Walt. Cop vs. Villain. Good vs. Evil. You get the idea. Walt is such a manipulator and I love to hate him. But I think I love to hate Skyler a little bit more. Verdict's still out on that one...
Anyone else on board the Breaking Bad train? What did you think of Sunday's episode? (BTW, not sure how this turned into a Breaking Bad chat. I guess this is my version of The Bachelorette! hah)