3.21.2012

pb & j + c.

growing up, mornings were always a rush to get ready and on the road for school. in an attempt to give me something nutritious, my dad would at least make me a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. one day, i remember biting into something unexpected. it was peanut butter and jelly with a slice of cheese. it wasn't horrible, but i was mad...mad that he messed with my pb + j. mad that he messed with my taste buds. when i asked him why he put cheese in my pb + j, he said it was for calcium since i didn't drink milk. i couldn't argue with that.

anyways, i'm loving this tank top.
it's a sweater. it's a racerback. it's super bright.
unfortunately, it had to compete with the bright sunlight in these photos, but the closeups are pretty accurate.
also comes in lilac and white.

have you ever had a pb & j + c? did your parents throw together any weird concoctions for the sake of nutrition?

pb & j + c...
(sweater, old navy (buy); skirt f21)

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57 comments:

  1. Gorgeous outfit, pink looks great on you! I've not had a pb&j with cheese, sounds interesting.

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  2. I adore that long black skirt. That sandwhich sounds really interesting, so interesting that I'm off to make one right now. :)

    ~Brit
    www..brittany-sims.com

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    1. if you do try it, let me know how you like it!

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  3. love how you accessorised the simple outfit :) now you are making me crave for a Pb&J!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  4. That look is rocking (as usual). You manage to make anything look good! As for strange concoctions, we love pb with cheese, and I love pb with nutella. Just like a chocolate covered peanut.

    YUM! xx

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    1. glad to hear i was not the only one eating pbjc sandwiches!

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  5. Great outfit! I've never had pb&j with cheese. Sounds interesting... I've had a few random concoctions, though.

    nialangleyspeaks.blogspot.com

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  6. PB, J and C?! Never heard of it!! My go to sandwhich as a kid was tomatoe and cheese toasted, so delicious.
    I love this tank, the knit fabric is gorgeous, it looks really great with this maxi skirt. I need a studded bracelet in my life now
    xJennaD

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  7. PBJ with cheese?! I think I have to try that now lol. I love your maxi and bright tank top! :)

    -Lisa
    The Lovely Memoir

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  8. that sounds strange, but strangely good! I'll have to try it! I'm thinking almond butter, apple jelly, and brie cheese would be divine!

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    1. ok, now that sounds good! i love brie cheese.

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  9. you rock that pink sweater-tanktop and i love this rockstar spikes cuff! gorgous as usual darling!
    love and kiss,mary
    http://maryloucinnamon.blogspot.com/

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  10. Such a cute story. Reminds me of how my mom used to throw in an egg to 3 minute noodles to make it "nutritious"

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  11. Hey girl! Great outfit and pb+j+c... twist! I never heard of that before. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I am following yours now.

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  12. love all your accessories! pretty look! xoooooooo

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  13. Love that lovely tank! Great colour :)

    Abbey x

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  14. Thanks for your visit! I love your blog, I follow you on GFC I hope you follow me too!

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  15. lovely skirt, i have one very similar

    thanks for visiting my blog, hope you return soon ;-)

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  16. Can't say cheese ever factored into my PB+J sammiches as a kid, or an adult, although I can see it being REALLY good with some creamy brie on a nice bread mmm... I really dig the black skirt :)

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    1. the cheese does give it a creamy feel.

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  17. i love the tank top the color is so beautiful!
    to be honest my mum never did that to me, if i didn't like something she never tried to give it to me..

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  18. awesome outfit, i love the pink top.

    All best wishes,
    Costin M. | http://costinm.com

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  19. No offense to your dad, but that sounds disgusting! Though it was very thoughtful of him to make sure you got your calcium! I love this sweater tank on you Oomph! And thank you so much for your kind words on my post about Bob. It really means a lot.

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  20. No pb&c here... If I tried to toss something like that at my Little Guy, he'd toss it right back at me. lol

    I love all of your tough accessories! And that maxi skirt is perfect!!

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  21. I've always been a weird child as far as food was concerned...from the time I was like 4, I always ordered the salad bar and just LOVED my veggies. But wouldn't eat any meat! My mom used to try to cram meat into anything she could.

    This sweater/tank looks amazingly comfy and so lush...love the shape of it but with a more classy fabric. really pretty!

    <3 Cambria
    jupefashion.blogspot.com

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  22. all your bracelets are amazing, love the pink top too!!!

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  23. I want that spike braceless and I love the pink. My mom used to make me peanutbutter and cheese all the time when I was little! I haven't tried it with jelly.... but it couldnt be too bad :D

    xo Rachel

    glamhampton.blogspot.com

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    1. so glad to hear others have had peanut butter and cheese...it's really not bad, right??!!

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  24. Love the whole outfit--you look great in pink and that skirt is amazing!

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  25. Can't say I've ever tried a PB&J + C! That's hilarious.
    You look great! xo

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  26. That's a really cute outfit! :) And thanks for stopping by my blog!

    xo
    janmloves.blogspot.com

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  27. I used to have a friend who would dip pieces of cheddar cheese in pb.. it was always a total wtf moment every time I saw him do it lol. Love that top, the color you picked is the best out of the three!

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  28. I just wore one of my long black skirts yesterday!
    don't u just love em! Pink is a perfect compliment :)
    Hugs
    Reva

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  29. A PB&J&C...oh my. I kind of want to try that even though I know it won't taste too good. I'm sure my parents have snuck stuff in to make me healthier, but I'd probably rather not know. Anyway, I like the outfit!

    www.thatzannigirl.com

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  30. I've never had this combination! But I would love to try it. Sounds interesting.
    Loved your pink sweater tank top!

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  31. Hey there, thanks for stopping by! love the jewelry and you are so pretty :) I'm following you now!

    -Samantha Mariko
    www.lettersimpromptu.blogspot.com

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  32. Thanks for visiting my page! You're so pretty, hun! I like your style. Would you like to follow each other? :)

    <3, Jamie (http://mimieheart.blogspot.ca/)

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  33. Haha, oh gross! That mixture doesn't sound very appealing. But ah well, it was done in love. I can't recall anything too bizarre that my parents have come up with.
    Anyway, love this bright outfit! The tank is perfect for the sunny day <3

    Trendy Teal

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  34. hi! thanks for your comment! would you like to follow each other? i checked you blog and i like it! this outfit es so perfect! let me know if you like! xoxo from egypt!

    http://sticktofashion.blogspot.com/

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  35. hey girly. thanks for checking out my blog. i really like how your blog incorporates fashion, food and travel. it's like mine too =)

    love the spike bracelet!

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  36. that's a pretty horrid sounding sarnie, although i did used to eat butter and sugar sandwiches, and I can't see any nutritional gain in that...but they did taste goooooood!

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  37. very interesting..i've never heard of adding cheese to pb&j for nutrition's sake..but at least he was thinking of you! my gma would pack me breakfast in high school and she would make those little smokey sausages and musubis in the shapes of bunny heads and decorate the faces with different foods. she would add a can of juice and cut fruits for nutrition.

    http://loveshappyhour.blogspot.com/2012/03/turtles-frogs-baby-shower.html I FOUND THE PICS AND I PUT A LITTLE SHOT OUT TO YOU! HAHA! :)

    HAVE A NICE DAY!
    CHEERS!

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  38. This is the fourth hot pink look I've admired today! I've never had a pbj & c, although my husband's children packed his lunch for years. Imagine his surprise one day to realize it was nothing but mustard and a slice of tomato!

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  39. I had that problem in my last shoot. The sun was super bright and with the yellow pants, it just didn't show the polka dots the way I wanted...ah well! LOVE the color and texture of the sweater!

    www.plentyforpennies.blogspot.com
    Vintage Collar Necklace Giveaway

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  40. Pink and black looks great on you.
    xx
    maya

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  41. i've never had cheese on my pb&j! LOL great sweater and skirt. looks great :D
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  42. awesome t-shirt! :)

    http://laura-styling.blogspot.com/

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  43. You look so ggod ! You are beautiful *


    xx
    http://likeaf.blogspot.com

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  44. love the knit top! My mom used to send me to school with some pretty wired lunches. I always wanted something normal but my mom sent me to school with cream cheese and avocado sandwiches on baguette. All the kids would say, "whats that green stuff??" But it was better than their bologna anyway.

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  45. WOW! You make a casual outfit look chic!
    I am your NEWEST FOLLWOER. We should follow each other! Being a fairly new blogger, I would love some feedback form you on my site!



    God bless
    christine
    beyoutifulhope.blogspot.com

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  46. love the pink racerback with the black maxi. your accessories are always fab too!

    i'm sure the sandwich is good. my daughter always asks for turkey with jelly. kinda weird but maybe a little like thanksgiving :)

    http://spinning-threads.blogspot.com

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