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Tennis: Not As Easy As It Looks

June 20, 2012

By June 20, 2012Daisy Rae
 {Top: Daisy Rae; Shorts: similar; Necklace: J. Crew; Heels: Urban Outfitters; Bag: similar; Ring: similar similar; Sunglasses: similar}

 
The other day the hubby and I were bored and trying to find something to do. We came up with the great idea of getting some Tennis Lessons. First step: Buy tennis rackets. Second Step: Buy me a tennis skirt. You have to look the part to play the part, right? The hubby didn’t agree so we skipped this step. Third Step: Learn how to play tennis. That proved a little harder than we thought. The hubby asked if I knew how to play. I said you just let the ball bounce and then hit it. (I later learned their are other rules and you don’t always have to let the ball bounce first). Needless to say we weren’t very good (I may or may not have gotten a ball to the chin).

While my mom was visiting, her and I played tennis. She actually had a clue what she was doing so she taught me a few things. I’m pretty much a pro now. The next time the hubby and I play, he is going down!

See other ways I’ve styled this top here and here

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