What Shall we do with You?

Some may call me a hoarder; I like to call it ‘keeping my options open’. I like to hold onto things that I haven’t worn in years because I somehow know that “one day” they’ll come in handy. Well, prove me wrong guys.

I bought this necklace about 5-6 years ago from Forever 21 and never made use of it before tonight. It’s the most awkward looking thing when you wear it around your neck. As I was getting ready to go to Synagogue after our day of starvation, however, I took a look at my outfit, which needed a little pep, and I spotted this necklace that would be seemingly perfect for the outfit. You know, aside for the fact that it’s awkward.

So for fun, I just tied it around my waist as a belt.

Skirt: Renuar, Israel, Top: American Apparel, Necklace/belt: Forever 21

What do you think? Pretty cute for a makeshift belt, right?

So, I completely agree with those of you who do a quarterly closet cleaning, but at the same time, I think it pays to hold onto the things you’re unsure about.

At least for half a decade…

Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some prayers I won’t understand to go listen to…



About ChelseaSwag

I have recently completed my Criminology degree with a concentration in law and a minor in psychology at Carleton University in Ottawa. The past three years that I have spent away from my home in Montreal have only reconfirmed my ever-longing desire to become involved in the fashion industry in some way. Although there are a lot of fashion blogs out there, I have to first say that my own style will really resonate with the girls who are always looking to stand out- more so on a student budget. Different relatives and family members involved in the fashion industry have surrounded and shaped my love for fashion throughout my lifetime, however, none are quite so edgy as myself. I hope to enlighten the ladies that are looking to add a little extra oomph to their appearance, while also reflecting their own personal taste. But remember, swag is not only what you wear- it's a lifestyle. CP
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