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What I Wore to Improv #2

Is this the most "normal" outfit I've ever worn on Grace Rock Kelly Roll??  Perhaps!  As I mentioned last week, wearing pants/shorts and sneakers has become a huge must in my world!  I'm taking improv classes at the Upright Citizen's Brigade and wearing 1950s dresses is just not conducive to being lost in a scene if you end up on the floor or something!

I've always maintained that I love pants despite being more of a dress and skirt girl, but often I mean fun 1970s denim (thanks, Wrangler!) or literal crazy pants with fun patterns and colors.  These skinny jeans from Gap Factory are definitely all-American but I totally love them.  They're comfortable as they have a bit of stretch (size 2 for measure.  Full disclosure: they are slightly big on me but a size 0 was not available.  I almost think 0 would have been a bit too snug) and go with everything.  They're also perfect for learning and perfecting the art of improv!

I'm obsessed with these pink Adidas sneakers (from DSW) and they match the pink stars in my sweatshirt, also from Gap Factory (similar).  My Kate Spade lemon handbag adds a bit of pop to the outfit and technically makes this outfit of the mixing prints variety (I never resist, can I??).  It may seem excessive to wear a sweatshirt in Los Angeles but lately it hasn't been as hot.  Plus the air conditioned is being blasted in most buildings, so layering is important!
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Lauren-Blair Donovan
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