Sunday, November 16, 2008

I don't care!

These are HOT!



Hey guys! I'm hoping you can help me with a problem. I have these two fantastic vintage pieces in my closet, but I just can't figure out how to wear them!

The first is a dress. For this time of year, I'm thinking it'd be cute and play on its 60s-ness with some white tights and a cardigan, but I'm having trouble figuring out what shoes would work. The closest I've come to is black flats, but I'd rather something else.

The second is this old embroidered western shirt. When I try it with jeans, it looks way too authentic. How would you wear it without looking like you were stepping straight out of the Wild West?

Flavor of the Day

I look kinda icky and goth. My hair was still wet in these, it's so not that dark.

Still sucking at the camera at the new apartment, but at least this one has a bottom half?

Dress: Thrifted
Tights: Target
Boots: Payless
Jacket: Forever21
Cardigan: Thrifted

Flavor of the Day

Trying to figure out my camera situation in the new apartment. Sorry, no bottom half today, but it was just cuffed jeans and black flats anyway!

Cardigan: Gift from Sara Millionaire.
Shell: Target
Jeans: Forever 21

Friday, November 14, 2008


Book Marks

I stumbled upon this fantastic book yesterday at Barnes and Noble.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Radar Love

Since I've moved, the nearest Forever 21 is now over an hour away. While this is good for my wallet, it makes me long for the cheap goodness even more. I've found before, things can look great on their website, but in person either look off, or fit off. I think this may be the case with these wonderfully inexpensive satin mini skirts in both black and white, as well as the black bandage skirt above them. I can totally see the peacock maxi under one of the faux fur numbers two posts before this one though.


I love the whole thing, but especially the patterned tights.

The pussy bow tied scarf.

Meet my hair goal. But you already knew that, Cher.

Faking It

Here's a slew of faux fur jackets. I've been on the look out for a great one that can go from a trashy-glam feel to luxe bohemian.

Patricia Field, as pointed out by my good buddy Sara Millionaire.




Tuesday, November 11, 2008


I am posting about Crocs. Seriously, they made these shoes though.

You by Crocs

Mod Cloth

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