Everything's Coming Up Roses

I hate online shopping. I'm bad at it, there are too many choices and more times than not I end up spending more money having to mail something back.  I like the satisfaction of going into a store, trying something on, seeing how it fits, then purchasing something you know was worth your money.  Now that I've gone on a rant of online shopping, I have something to admit. 
I've recently been addicted to online shopping. For some reason my to-do list keeps getting overruled with sifting through Zara, Asos, Piperlime and Shopbop's newest arrivals. I blame my online classes for this. I'm always on my computer and the dumb target marketing has the cutest little dresses popping up in all my sidebars and banners. As an advertising major you would think I wouldn't fall for these tricks, but I do. I've made a few purchases here and there and now I'm on every department store's email list making it even harder to avoid online shopping when EVERYTHING IS 75% OFF is screaming at me in my emails. I can't delete the email before I see if there are any good sales, right?
Through my new hobby of online shopping, I've found some pretty cute things. Asos has been my biggest weakness because of their pages on pages of adorable and reasonably priced things. I've really been sucked in by all of the adorable floral dresses. I'm going to go ahead and make a guess that floral is big for spring, it's everywhere. Below are some of my favorites, but if you want to waste about an hour of your life, here are even more foral dresses.
clockwise from top left corner:
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8
I've ordered a few, but now starts another down side to online shopping. The wait. I'll let you know the outcome of my purchases, cross your fingers "everything comes up roses!"

A New Approach to Graphic Tees

Graphic t-shirts are back and not in the way we wore them in 6th grade. I used to get the Delia's catalog in the mail and open straight to the center fold where the double page spread of graphic tees were located. My favorite usually had Hello Kitty on them. I think I've mentioned my past Hello Kitty obsession, if not, it was a thing, I was obsessed. Annnnyway...you knew you were cool if you walked down the middle school halls with your Abercrombie boot cut jeans, Junk Food graphic tee, lace cami hanging out the bottom and either Uggs or Seychelles ballet flats!
The whole graphic tee thing has re-emerged in a chic way.  To veer away from the lace cami, Hello Kitty shirt look, I'd style my graphic tees today with cutoffs, patterned pants or under a jacket or vest. 
1) J.Crew Tout Va Bien 2) Zara Eyeliner 3) Old Navy Cest La Vie 4) Sincerely Jules Donut 5) Wildfox Tea Time 6) Old Navy Audrey Hepburn 7) Zara Printed V-Back 8) Old Navy You, Me, Oui! 
I kid you not, I tried a graphic T on in every store on M St. this weekend and came home with two (#1 and #2) in my suitcase. Thoughts on the reemergence of graphic tees? Hate it, love it or make you think too much of the awkward middle school years?