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She asked me how to spell "Orange"

by Adam G., 22 year old free spirit from New York, United States

179 comments · 46 · February 8, 2011

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Adam Gallagher - H&M Oversized Knit Scarf, H&M Multi Colored Cardigan - She asked me how to spell "Orange"
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  1. oversized knit scarf

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    H&M

    , in Scarves
  2. multi-colored cardigan

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    H&M

    , in Cardigans

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orange you happy to see me? tehe kidding! how is everyone doing? its warming up on this side of the world, the sun is practically pouring in like butterscotch. i have been inspired by this seasons IT color "orange" so i bought a knit scarf even tho its getting warm, the wind still lingers! a comfortable yet fun outfit. you only live once so might as well throw on a bunch of colors and call it a day. the title of this look is quoted from the movie MEAN GIRLS which is one of thee greatest quotable movies EVER. so funny, and i felt very appropriate. back to the look, you can substitute the colorful cardigan for a solid trench for more focus on the orange scarf itself. versatility is key people! hope you enjoyed my post this week!

xx adam

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Kenny Sham
love the look
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Ashley P
<33 this look
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Carolina C-Baby
"Versatility is key people!" I loved this sentence! So nice look! REALLY FESH AND FASHION!
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Pass the Salt Clothing
so cool x
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Nicole Anderson
Cute & clever. Grool.
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