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Trashy Diva Mahjong Skirt

Trashy Diva may be my favorite brand of 2017, or at least they're the brand that rose in the ranks the highest this past year.  I've been a fan for 3+ years but I wasn't as rabid as many other ladies.  The switch got flipped this year and now I'm just gaga for all things Trashy Diva.

I got this Mahjong skirt last year and it's easily one of my most worn pieces.  (This Mahjong Collection was also featured in one of my Twinsie Tuesday segments, which I'm hoping to bring back in 2018--moving across state lines and all of the prep work that came into that killed the series...temporarily).  

This is one of my favorite ways to style this skirt: this ModCloth Miami Moments red keys top, black Chuck Taylors, and my black and grey Kate Spade Ivy Street bag.  I've worn it this way several times and I took these photos after having a Denver in California reunion with one of my Denver best friends and his family over the Thanksgiving holiday.
I hope everyone had a good weekend!  I did improv and (without jinxing myself) I feel like I'm finally getting comfortable with performing it.  Or at least I'm getting there!  I also met a bunch of fellow aspiring comedians at a meeting a friend from high school invited me to (who's also doing comedy out here).  I can't get over how nice everyone in the comedy community has been so far.  It's been a lovely surprise and last night was no exception.  The rest of the weekend I got to relax a bit.  A lot of my classes are coming to an end over the next week and come 2018 I'll be starting up my second term, which is so crazy!  I'm not even 100% unpacked yet, ha!  Have a great Monday!
Lauren-Blair Donovan


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