Nora's Spur-of-the-Moment Striped Shirt

I was already at work yesterday with dinner date plans immediately afterwards when I realized my stretched out, mildly stained crop top simply wouldn't cut it. I thought for a minute about skipping out to buy a more form-fitting shirt; something that might suggest I was actually a girl... Instead, I ended up with this stripy shrunken tee--which, truth be told, is pretty darn similar to the one I was wearing to begin with, though maybe even more boyish. But I felt cuter, and therefore, I was cuter.
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I was already at work yesterday with dinner date plans immediately afterwards when I realized my stretched out, mildly stained crop top simply wouldn't cut it. I thought for a minute about skipping out to buy a more form-fitting shirt; something that might suggest I was actually a girl... Instead, I ended up with this stripy shrunken tee--which, truth be told, is pretty darn similar to the one I was wearing to begin with, though maybe even more boyish. But I felt cuter, and therefore, I was cuter.
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I was already at work yesterday with dinner date plans immediately afterwards when I realized my stretched out, mildly stained crop top simply wouldn't cut it. I thought for a minute about skipping out to buy a more form-fitting shirt; something that might suggest I was actually a girl...

Instead, I ended up with this stripy shrunken tee--which, truth be told, is pretty darn similar to the one I was wearing to begin with, though maybe even more boyish. But I felt cuter, and therefore, I was cuter. I paired it with rolled up, high-waisted chambray pants and strappy flat sandals, and Hayley said I looked like Brigitte Bardot--which is pretty much my goal in life at all times.

So, yeah... I like this shirt.

Here's where I got it.