The Fashionista Steps Out

So yesterday was supposedly the “most depressing day of the entire year’ according to a study discussed here: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk and I was feeling down. I took matters into my own hands and went to a fashion show/party sponsored by www.Papierdoll.net and saw my friends.

Some of you might not realize but “Literanista” is a fusion of the words “literature” and “fashionista” because I am crazy about both clothes and books. Well, anyway on the 5th Avenue bus going home I spotted this dress in a www.jcrew.com window display:

And, I swear I would’ve gotten off the bus if it wasn’t almost 10 at night. Today I checked the Jcrew website and of course the dress is completely sold out. But, on closer inspection of the dress, I realized that I have a dress just like this but with a different neckline. My dress is near identical!

The best part of it…I got it a thrift shop like 7 years ago for like $10. Ah, it feels good to always be ahead of the game!

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