01 July 2010

Second skull

Here it is, my new helmet! I finally found one I didn't loathe in Target of all places, to protect my head on all my biking adventures. Its a Bell kids helmet in reflective black chrome. *Imagine a super deep Christian Bale as the Dark Knight voice* Just call me Batman.
Anyway, I really should have had one ages ago, better late than never!
UO shirt snagged from the sale rock for $9, red ribbon, Delias pants, fake $5 keds from WalMart
I was going for something a little patriotic in honor of this weekends holiday. I love the tiny horses printed on this shirt, like they are running across a pale blue prairie.
My apologies for the terrible picture quality. I will have my DSLR back in about 11 days according to Canon.

9 comments

  1. Great helmet. Looking sharp! I wear a candy red skateboarder helmet. Cause it's style over speed.

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  2. I love this shirt! The horses are adorable. And I think it is rather patriotic to be honest. Maybe its the horses? :)

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  3. I want your shirt. It's so incredibly pretty. I've always loved horses. And that red ribbon around your neck just adds to the outfit.

    Ps. Lovely bike. I want to get one with a basket.

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  4. aww the helmet is cute! I've spent my childhood without a helmet... I guess my parents were not very safety-conscious, lol!

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  5. Great find on the helmet! I love that outfit, the ribbon is the perfect touch :)

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  6. Cute! I love that top.
    Eat, Sleep, Denim <3

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  7. The red ribbon makes that shirt pretty incredible. Such a simple idea, but something I would never think of.

    Also, way to go on the helmet. My clumsy butt needs one too.

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  8. Great helmet. Looking sharp! I wear a candy red skateboarder helmet. Cause it's style over speed.

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  9. Great helmet. Looking sharp! I wear a candy red skateboarder helmet. Cause it's style over speed.

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