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I, I Love You Like A Love Song, Baby And I Keep Hitting Repeat-Peat-Peat-Peat-Peat-Peat…

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter
Skirt: Chicwish (last seen here)
Jacket: old Warehouse, similar at Topshop
Heels: similar by Steve Madden
Hat: similar by Topshop
Sweatshirt: similar at LOFT
Sunglasses: Karen Walker
Lipstick: MAC “Rebel”

Some things are just meant to be on repeat, and clearly this hat/jacket/sunglasses combination is on heavy rotation for me this season. When things just work together, you roll with it! While last time I wore these three pieces was for a more casual vibe, I decided to dress things up a bit with my favorite striped skirt. When all else fails, just got for head to toe black and white (with a pop of pink lips)…it works every time!

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

Poor Little It Girl - Black And White Stripes for Winter

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{Post Title: “Love You Like A Love Song” by Selena Gomez}

Smeared Black Ink, Your Palms Are Sweaty And I’m Barely Listening To Last Demands

Maybe I’m just getting lazy, or maybe I’m just being a typical (former) New Yorker, but I can’t get enough of black lately. Even my latest looks here on Poor Little It Girl (here and here) are featuring a lot more black than I’m usually drawn to. So here were are, another edition of my Friday Shopping Post and yep, I went for all black. What the hell, it’s chic, it’s easy, and you’ll wear it forever – let’s all just embrace a bit more black this season.

One | Two | Three | Four
Five | Six | Seven | Eight
Nine | Ten | Eleven

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{Post Title: “The District Sleeps Alone Tonight” by The Postal Service}