Monday, December 23, 2013

Penguin Love

Anthropologie sweater, Leather shorts (similar here and here), Celine Trapeze bag, Urban Outfitters hat (similar here), Urban Outfitters tights, Jeffrey Campbell bootie

When a male penguin falls in love with a female penguin, he searches the entire beach to find the perfect pebble to present her. And when he finally finds it, he waddles over to her and places the pebble right in front of her. Kind of like a proposal.

I have a thing for penguins. If you’ve seen the documentary on The March of the Penguins, you would feel the same way too. Not only are they cute and fascinating little creatures, but they symbolize the epitome of love and commitment. Which suffice to say (ahem) is quite lacking in this day and age...and location. These penguins are truly an example to live by. Seeing this sweater at the store, put a big smile on my face and there was absolutely no hesitation that this penguin is coming home with me. Besides penguins, I also love collecting whimsical pieces that incorporates seahorses, mermaids, owls, and angel wings. Oh and believe me, I look forward in sharing some of these in my future posts! xx

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