Monday, November 21, 2011

dirty mirror

borrowed daniel johnston t-shirt, UO; cardigan, Savers; pajama pant flares, F21; boots, 6x6/UO

Friday, November 18, 2011

Fashion Club 101: How to Do Chartreuse

photo 1: the color of the moment
photo 2: written summary of how not to do chartreuse &  (proper) visual application of chartreuse


image via
She will always stand out from the crowd. 

Monday, November 14, 2011

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


-:-click images to see gifs (via glitter photo)-:-

borrowed jeans (gap 1969 mens are amazing!) & scarf, gap; sweater, old mens UO; jacket lining, army jacket

yeah, i was too lazy to hide the tag on the scarf, so there you go. 

Tuesday, November 1, 2011


Have you seen the selection of boots at the GAP lately? 

Today's Inspiration

Christophe Lemaire Shirpa Jacket via jjjjound; Tardy via SoleStruck

Less interested in the jacket and more focused on the whole. Gorgeous contrast. 
But I have to say a pair of Gray Tardys would really add to it. 

Thursday, October 27, 2011

red boot

So sad I missed you

Thursday, October 13, 2011

i'm sorry.

i don't think louboutins are that great anymore. but, that's like, my opinion, man.

Friday, September 23, 2011


"When it comes down to it, fashion is an industry operating on opinions that are informed by the insecurities of people who you know don’t eat three squares a day. Frankly, I don’t trust people with empty-stomach breath to tell me what taste is.

That’s the thing: Taste is so subjective. And because of that, there’s never a right answer about what is tasteful, and what you should be consuming, be it merchandise or meals. What I hate about fashion is that there’s too much emphasis placed on what and not enough on why. I’ve come to realize that it’s not about what I like, but why I like it."

Recently a friend asked me to describe my taste and I found myself at a loss for words. I barely managed to show her my current three top blogs: A,B, & C  (B&C found through A). Oh yeah, and of course Lulu & Annabel. Thinking it over I would describe my taste (in all aspects of life) as best exemplified by Muji and its idea of enough. Fashion is collecting and finding pieces that you can consistently rely on to define you; in any setting, at any time. On a more literal level of enough, I can't appreciate decoration without a purpose (is it even decoration then?). But I agree that for the sake of whimsy is purpose enough: a flash of color; an interesting print; unusual form or texture. It fulfills a need for humor in fashion.