On Friday night, I went to a friend’s party. I wanted to be both comfortable and a little dressy, so I went with this white maxi dress from Old Navy (which I got a few years ago for $15!), my favorite flower crown, and a bunch of rhinestone jewelry.
As you might guess, I’m not the biggest fan of mainstream fashion magazines. But every once in a while, I flip through one and come across something genuinely interesting.
I saw this fabulous headpiece in a friend’s Marie Claire:
…There were collages.
Actual paper collages. Literal cutting and pasting.
I made a bunch of fashion collages years ago, and I still think they sum up my style better than any Pinterest board could.
When I grow up, I want to live in a leopard house.
In other Cool Buildings news, check out this French school.
A great post about celebrating life achievements other than weddings and babies: I Get Presents for Being Single and You Should Too
Last but not least, some inspiration: Crazy Talk: The Do-What-You-Love Guide
My friend Mary and I are kindred fashion spirits, especially when it comes to rainbow skirts.
Although my style has evolved over the years, I’ve never outgrown my love of super-wide-leg jeans. I had an amazing pair that I wore all the time in seventh grade, and if they still fit, I’d be wearing them right now.
I don’t have a picture of them at the moment–I’ll have to look through my old boxes of photos next time I’m at my parents’ house!–but they were from Weathervane and looked something like these: