Tag Archives: floral
Wednesday Fa(t)shion Inspirations, 5/6/15: Black and yellow
Wednesday Fa(t)shion Inspirations, 4/29/15
Wednesday Fa(t)shion Inspirations, 4/22/15
Wednesday Fa(t)shion Inspirations, 4/15/15: Pastels and florals
Sunday links, 4/12/15
Climate and Sustainability
-An important new number: using all the fossil fuels currently available could warm the planet by 16.2 degrees F (8.8 degrees C)–which is far, far beyond humanity’s ability to adapt.
–Everybody needs a Climate Thing. I’m still trying to find mine…
–3 reasons to be optimistic about the fight to save the climate.
–Finally, a climate change message that just might work: public health.
-Kate Schapira set up a Lucy-from-Peanuts-esque counseling booth in a public plaza to listen to people’s climate anxieties.
–May Boeve: the new face of the climate change movement.
–Life above the Alberta tar sands–why we’re taking the government to court.
–Top academics in anti-poverty research ask the world’s universities to divest from fossil fuels.
–Harvard feels the heat on fossil fuel divestment.
–With sit-ins around the country, students escalate “Divestment Spring.”
–7 things to know about California’s drought.
–Obama is about to announce a big job creation move for the solar industry.
–8 things you need to know about Hillary Clinton and climate change.
–20 plus size floral dresses that scream spring.
–How to make Kentucky Derby hats with 5 tutorials that ensure you’ll have the biggest, baddest floral topper at your derby party.
-HELL YES to floral hats as the new flower crowns.
-Amazing pictures from the Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival in New York. I would love to go someday!
-“5 years ago today, I came out of the closet. Today, these are the clothes that came out of my closet.”
–Questing for garments that work with–instead of against–your body is a worthwhile project.
-I love this lookbook of plus size goth outfits.
OOTD: Floral for Pi Day!
Every year on or near March 14th, Steve and I hold a Pi Day party. After we got engaged in February, I started thinking about having a party to celebrate, and it seemed only natural to combine our engagement party with our annual celebration of pie.
I’m so glad we did. The party was incredibly wonderful: so many friends from so many parts of our lives came together and showered us with love in the form of delicious, delicious baked goods (as well as a few savory pies like quiche and pizza). If I could bottle up that feeling, I would.
Dress: White Mark via Zulily, petticoat: Domino Dollhouse, shoes: Fluevog, purse: Papaya!, headband: Crown & Glory, necklace: Forever 21, earrings and rhinestone wristband: So Good, bangles: eBay