While it’s too cold and snowy to take decent outdoor outfit pics, you’ll just have to deal with me posing in front of my bookcases.
vintage silk tee from secretlake on etsy, forever 21 necklace (similar here), asos skirt, river island clutch, charles jourdan gia sandals, nails in essie sand tropez and american apparel nail lacquer in l’esprit
I apologize for being absent from the blog for the last week or so. My boyfriend and I just got back from his hometown of Knoxville, TN, where we visited his family and friends, hiked, ate delicious food, played various sports involving racquets, and most importantly, celebrated his mom’s graduation from her master’s program! It was a busy and fun-filled weekend, and of course I only got around to taking one set of outfit photos.
But here they are! I’m wearing this lovely mirror-print pencil skirt from Asos, which I adore for its longer length, somewhat looser fit, and Givenchy-esque design of mirrored palm trees, lagoons, and orchids. Mirror-print is my favorite trend at the moment, and I hope that like the tribal print trend it will spend a long time on the runways and on the street.
urban outfitters tank and tiger bangle, diane von furstenberg pants (similar here), forever 21 clutch (similar here and here), h&m yellow link bracelet, charles jourdan gia sandals, vintage sunglasses
It’s a gloomy, rainy day here in Denver, and what better way to counteract the associated feelings of lethargy than with photos of a bright, graphic outfit taken over the weekend?!
I bought this top back in high school; it’s one of the first nice things I purchased. Somehow, I’ve never managed to wear it until today. It’s an odd shape, and being completely backless, poses a serious undergarment challenge. But today it was calling to me from the back of my closet, so I finally wore it with a denim jacket (this one dates back to 7th grade, when crop jackets were all the rage) and a pretty peach pencil skirt. Topped off with my Sam Edelman heels and a complementary clutch, I like it so much, I just might wear it again in the next 6 years.