Dress- ASOS, Shoes- Topshop
I'm back, back. My photographer/soulmate/best buddy/left brain/personal motivator (quite a list of superlatives, I know) has been on a jaunt through Europe (must be nice) so I let the blog fall fallow for longer than I'd planned. How do you like the decoration someone added to my car? So, so kind. I'm unsure as to whether I should freak out and assume I'm being stalked, or just accept that this what happens in Los Angeles. Oh, well. There's something dramatic, almost guerilla-artistic about the contrast between the angry white scratches and the blood-red door. So uh, thank you, mystery person, for your creative contribution to improving the aesthetics of my Toyota Yaris.
Posted by Margaret at 3:10 PM
I feel a little awkward jumping in to the whole "rambling about every aspect of my life" thing after such a long silence. Oh! I do have one thing: my best friend just got in to Harvard Law and I'm over the moon excited. My lovely, silly, hilarious, wonderful Paige has worked toward this for years, and nobody has ever deserved anything more. I'm so proud of you, little lady!
Posted by Margaret at 3:30 PM
Dress- Zara via Crossroads, Stripe Jacket- Zara, Velvet Loafers- Zara (god, these outfit credits are deeply depressing), Sunglasses- H&M, The Most Perfect
Necklace Ever Created- Harrod's in London, "Texas" Necklace- some booth at the Melrose Trading Post, Pave Bracelet- www.adornmentsboutique.com, Beaded Bracelet- Buddha Babe (www.buddhababedesigns.com), Cat- Ms. Fancy Face, Queen of the Universe.
Oh, Hai! I suppose I'm blogging again. I'd say "I'm back", but it always seems somewhat...imperious, I guess, when bloggers say that. Also, I haven't touched this thing in about two years so "I'm back" doesn't seem sufficient. My life is totally, utterly different now. I live in LA, have an actual grown-up career (Like, what? Since when am I gainfully employed?), and am happily free of all romantic entanglements for the first time since I was about fourteen (Wow, that's sad...Sorry, Gloria Steinem). Yay! I'm Mary Tyler Moore, except, not really. Contrary to popular belief, I can not turn the world on with my smile. So, uh...now that I've presented a super awkward, rather arrogant, unsolicited pseudo-resume...I guess I'll just wrap it up. I'm endlessly excited to have this creative outlet again. I've missed the whole blogging routine, especially the part where I get to fill this blank space with my clumsy words.
Posted by Margaret at 4:47 PM