Monday, February 6th, 2017

Romance: An Ode to Valentine’s Day and the Horrifying Loss of the Falcons

Romance: An Ode to Valentine’s Day and the Horrifying Loss of the Falcons

Romance: An ode to Valentine's Day and the Horrifying Loss of the Falcons

I’m sure February makes most people think of red, with some people more averse to it than others. Today, I’m wearing it to also mourn the fall of the Atlanta Falcons in that Super Bowl game on Sunday. I’m originally from Pittsburgh, which means I’m a fan of whoever is playing against the Pats. I had a great time during the first half of the game laughing maniacally at Tom Brady’s sad faces. The second half of the game was useless.

I didn’t feel any particular way about Atlanta losing, I just didn’t want the Pats to win. So, in remembrance of their sort-of-valiant attempt to defeat Satan the Pats, and also in ode of Valentine’s Day, I wear red and carry flowers.

Romance: Featuring a red peacoat, red pointed toe cage heels, a heather grey knit pencil skirt and a white burnout muscle tee

Football is my favorite sport to follow, so I’m sad again until next September. In the mean time, I’m waiting for all the Valentine’s Day candy to go on sale in a week so that I can stock up on heart-shaped gummies. On the bright side, I now have these ombre black to dark grey box braids that I’ve been dreaming about for the last month. Life is short and I wanted to try something different, so I stepped outside of my comfort zone and it was SO worth it. I’m so obsessed, I keep staring at it in the mirror! It was the perfect thing to inspire some new posts.



Romance: Featuring a red peacoat, red pointed toe cage heels, a heather grey knit pencil skirt and a white burnout muscle tee

Coat and skirt from Forever 21
Heels from Go Jane

Are you doing anything for Valentine’s Day, or are you mortally opposed to the holiday? Do you also hate the Patriots with a deep-seated passion that’s been nurtured since you were a small child? 🙂 As always, let me know your thoughts in the comments below!

Lots of love,
Abigail


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