Friday, June 20, 2014

"American Apparel. Literally."

I have blogged about my sister a lot, because she is my favorite person in the whole world and a role model of strength and perseverance.

On Monday we had a sister day date and it was SO fun. We are the giggliest, happiest sisters when we get an afternoon to do absolutely nothing but hang out. We make friends with store clerks, we try on clothes that don't make sense, and we eat ridiculous amounts of food.

The day started with us driving across town to Tivoli Village to enjoy a coffee at Leone Café. It is the cutest Italian coffee place. Since it was already in the high 90s, Lizzie and I chugged our ice coffees and decided to go shop a bit. We ended up at Paper Source (I want to be best friends with whoever invented this store) and picked out quotes we like, admiring patterns on paper, and colors displayed throughout.

The Market, shopping at Tivoli Village
Leone Cafe

After doing this we went to the Cheesecake Factory for lunch. This photo really doesn't do the food justice, and I ate mostly everything before I remembered to take a picture. Seriously, I give major props to food photographers. All my photos would have bites taken out of them from my lack of self control.

Luau Salad at Cheesecake Factory
Then we went to American Apparel, where we saw tons of American flag clothing. So I kept saying, "American Apparel. Literally." and Lizzie and I would laugh and try the things on. Like these shorts and top, that I can't make sense of. We also tried on some crazy polyester blend clothing. The type of stuff you can only pull of if you have no body fat and no regard to what you may be exposing to other people.

We drove home listening to The Weepies and Birdy. Both of us singing at the top of our lungs. I said, "I want to find that one song that I love and play it!"
"Oh, All I Wany by Kodaline?" Liz answered.
"How did you know?"
 Liz shrugged.
Because she is my sweet sister, my forever friend.

Happy Friday everyone.

1 comment:

  1. I love that you girls tried the clothes on at AA! hahah!! Seriously... I didn't even fit into those clothes when I was like 7. (Now I need to listen to that song!)


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