H M blue blouse, $20 / Wine Red coat / AG Adriano Goldschmied super skinny jeans / Pumps / Rebecca Minkoff leather crossbody purse / Betsey Johnson watch
Forget about Valentine's Day outfit and gift ideas. It seems we've all forgotten about the innocuous Groundhog Day (February 2), which is clearly more important. You can celebrate love any (and every) day of the year. But Groundhog Day is the only day a rodent foretells the imminent coming of spring (or the staying of winter). In honor of this day, I spent forever and a day putting together this outfit idea. It had to involve burgundy and hopeful spring pastels. What do you think? Maybe not for places where winter actually involves snow and is certain to endure well into March. And maybe not even for Houston which gave us a 70 degree day in January...hmmm.
Now, how to have the best Groundhog Week (I've just decided that a day is not enough):
1. Do not taunt the squirrels around you because they are fiercely jealous of all the attention the groundhog gets. You have been warned.
2. Watch the movie Groundhog Day. I hear it's good. And the United States National Film Registry thinks so too.
3. Maybe visit Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. The groundhog lives there. They call him Punxsatawney Phil, which is absolutely silly.
4. Eat chocolate, because chocolate is always good, all day, everyday.
5. Dress really well, like to the nines well. You'll look great and feel great and maybe get a Valentine's Day date (if you don't already have one) and keep a date (if you do already have one). Or someone could handpick you to meet President Obama because Presidents' Day is so close too. It could happen.
Happy Groundhog Day/Week in advance!
Happy Game Day Too!
Oh wait, I'm not a company trying to advertise something. I can actually explicitly mention the Superbowl instead of referring to it as the "Big Game" lol.
So, go Seattle Patriots! I mean, New England Seahawks. Err, Katy Perry!