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a.out*
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 9:32 PM (Pacific)


ootd

Top: C & C California
Lace scarf: gift from mil
Cardigan: J.Crew
Bag: Dean Accessories "B29 Stainless Steel Thimble" (via Bulo Shoes)
Jeans: Banana Republic
Boots: Cydwoq

I had just woken up from a nap on this lovely Veterans Day, and felt the usual warm gratitude. (Sorry for the cropped-ness—didn't care to capture the rubbish bin!)

A bit excited about the bag:

dean leathergoods thimble bag
This is made in Los Angeles, and the leather has a sumptuous feel. It's not heavy despite the "thimble" hardware.

I have it in mind to get two bags; got an eye on this Vin Baker baby:

vin baker natasha bag

* Is it me? The most difficult aspect of wardrobe blog maintenance is titling the posts. A touching moment of the past week was reading some photocopied stuff from a shell scripting class I'm taking, where the guy explains that the "a" in a.out stands for "assembler"...and I was thinking, anyone can tell you that compiling a C source code file from a command line without specifying an object code filename will get you a file called a.out. But how many people would bother telling you what the "a" stands for?

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