OOTD: Share Your Looks!

#381

Clash it up. More fun that way.
Also… whispers are you touching that painting. O_O

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#382

Okay, everyone is cute as heck, I am ded

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#383


Everybody’s in teal today!! (Ok mine’s more straight blue but it’s close :grin:)

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#384

That’s one reason I have waffled on getting a pink streak. It would probably be a different pink than my clothes! (Though I also have a lot of teal clothes and… well, obviously pink and teal is great.)

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#385

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#386

Oh no! I wouldn’t. The shadow just makes it look that way!

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#387

:joy: I know the pain of clashing clothes. I have a whole dresser drawer of “can’t wear these till I change hair colors.”

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#388

Teal and blues unite! {internet high five}

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#389

Those are my go-to colours too. Chiming in with white and teal sneakers today

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#390

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#391

This look called “6:30am boarding for 6 hour flight in middle seat on 45 mins of sleep”

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#392

@rdaneel0 , do you know about the wonders of using original blue Dawn on stains? It works really great on grease/oil stains without taking out the color of your clothes.

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#393

Now is the time when it becomes clear that my husband does all the laundry…haha, WHO IS DAWN. jk, I’ll look that up :slight_smile: it’s a really old stain though so idk if it’s too late.

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#394

It’s magic, I’m telling you. It even gets out blood. But it has to be the blue one? I never tested that nugget, just went with it because it works.

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#395

Oh, I think I forgot the word “dishsoap”. Original Dawn dishsoap, is blue. Not found in the laundry detergent aisle but needed for anyone who does laundry and gets stuff on their clothes.

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#396

Do you know what works on chocolate and kiddie paint stains? Because I don’t actually know how to do anything with clothes besides “stick in washing machine, cross fingers” so we now have a LOT of stained clothing…

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#397

He also does all the dishes :slight_smile: hahaha, literally thought dawn was laundry detergent.

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#398

Chocolate sets with heat, so it’s one that comes out MUCH better when it’s fresh. Most stains do :wink: but you can try an oxyclean soak or a similar mild bleach. Can bleach out colors though.

In the future though, if you take care of it before washing, it does come out! Scrape it off, rinse with cold water, rub in detergent on the spot and let it sit. Cold soak again and repeat until the stain comes out. This works on most stains if you don’t want to look up how to treat that particular stain.

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#399

Awk conference outfit selfie after the last session let out 45 minutes early (I think the presenter didn’t practice and was just guessing at how long 75 minutes was??). This stain talk is very useful since I got chocolate on my pants this morning in the car. :stuck_out_tongue:

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#400

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