Friday, March 28, 2008
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
I have always had a soft spot for Mr. Rogers. Who else puts on a cardigan and changes their shoes upon entering their own home? Having worn cardigans from the mens' section for several years now, I have always thought fondly of him as I slipped one on to shield myself from a wind chill. Since today was incredibly windy and strangely cold (and I was feeling really lazy and had to spend most of time studying for a test and not choosing an outfit!), I decided to channel the neighborhood man and wear my oversized butter-yellow men's cardigan. Paired with a super simple v-neck, my standard grey skinny denim, high-heeled oxfords, and my favorite vintage ring, it made for a decent cold/dismal/Wednesday/I-have-a-test-today outfit! Please excuse the boring outfit, boring post, and horrible dorm lighting!
Cardigan, vintage; v-neck top, H&M; jeans, Cheap Monday;Oxfords, Made by Elves; Ring, Vintage
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Sarcoxie, Missouri- Blouse, vintage; Cut offs, once H&M jeans; tights, bloch; moccasins, minnetonka.
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Day: Tuedsay, March 19th, 2008
Location: Verdi, KS
Styled by: Myself
Modeled by: Ashley
Coral Lace Dress, printed Scarf, and flower brooch: Vintage; heart necklace: model's own
Yellow Gingham Blouse: Vintage
Deer print scarf, Bowling Ball shirt, leather belt with tooled butterflies, button up skirt with flower print: Vintage, patent peep toe platforms: Target
Pink slip with chiffon overlay, floral printed babydoll blouse (worn under), and brown tweed blazer: Vintage; Ballet slippers: Capezio
Tuxedo shirt, mirrored sunglasses, floral print blouse: Vintage; Purple tights and black patent platforms: Target
Mirrored sunglasses, sheer printed blouse, black knit skirt, and white belt: Vintage; braided headband: Urban Outfitters; flat ankle boots: Steve Madden
Happy Spring Break to all!
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Sunday, March 9, 2008
Fashionistas everywhere are jumping on the thigh-high sock train. Whether or not you've got Dr. Jay's moves, you can still sport these athletic striped marigold (or whichever color you so desire!) socks from American Apparel.
Of course, basketball would be nothing without the hip footwear by Chuck Taylor. While most ballers would require some ankle support, I'm opting for the low-tops in white (considering I already have seven other colors).
Cheering for the team is so much more fun in cool sneakers or colored socks than in a mini skirt turning cartwheels. But even if you've got no team to support this year for March Madness, you can at least rock some of the aforementioned items--you'll be such a good sport!
Friday, March 7, 2008
You can test out the above YSL Spring 2008 look yourself, sans monogram, with any supple grey knit you so desire! I am lucky enough to have pilfered the aforementioned top from my boyfriend, but this one from American Apparel is unisex, and doesn't appear to have too much bulk to it.
Of course, YSL should be commended for bringing sweatshirt dressing onto the runway, but we all know Jennifer Beales should probably be getting some credit for making the sweatshirt an actual trend. So go ahead, find a sweatshirt and wear it like a maniac.