Bustier Top- Wilfred (Aritzia), Skirt- American Apparel, Platform Sandals- Topshop, Shawl- Vintage, Necklace- Free People, Peace Ring and Sweetheart Bracelet- Vintage, Wooden Bead Bracelets- Aldo
I am super beyond excited about the pictured sandals- they are a bitch to walk in, but fulfill my Celine knockoff wooden platform (flatform?) needs quite well. So thanks, Topshop. Maybe it took about two years for them to finally reach my doorstep, but I've dealt with their website enough to realize "priority mail" is actually Topshop code for "carrier pigeon". The bustier top from good ol' Aritzia (my lovely employer) has a rather curious way of making my boobs look huge- I am really not used to seeing, like, cleavage and all that jazz in photos of myself. Interesting optical illusion.
Does anyone else feel like everything in their closet is suddenly irrelevant? The complete sea change that seems to have occurred this spring has me jonesing for basically the opposite of everything I own. I need multiple pleated knee-length skirts (in pastels) immediately. Oh, and while I don't particularly respect Erin Wasson (yes, this is a mortal sin- prepare the firing squad- but don't forget her quotable quote about the "amazing style" of homeless people), I would do some shameful things for the leopard print maxi skirt she is wearing in that one photo circling the blogosphere. So, basically I need some longer skirts. And more crochet shit. And lots of white and lace and lovely florals. Oh and pretty blue things- really any shade will do.
Happy almost Friday- it's time for me and Joey to watch an illegally downloaded version of that new Liam Neeson movie (Unknown), which doesn't even look that great. So if a SWAT team busts through our door and arrests us for this one then I'll be pissed. If we're gonna get in trouble over something as silly as downloading bootlegs, it better be for a quality film like L'Avventura or Buffalo 66.
That was quite a digression. Sorry. Sort of.