After my awesome day of merriment on Saturday, the birthday festivities continued with brunch on Sunday. I like having celebrations spread out across an entire weekend so that I get a chance to see as many friends as possible, and it was lovely to see a few friends on Sunday who hadn’t been free the day before.
Of course, I went all out rainbow-pink-colorful, because why not?
Yes, these earrings are made out of plastic bathmats. I love jewelry made out of everyday objects! Continue reading
Boston has a reputation for being unfriendly, but I’ve never found that to be true. Yesterday, while out and about in the Public Garden, I asked a stranger if she could take a picture of me in front of a pink tree–and she was super-helpful, asked if I was a fashion blogger (yay!), and took a bunch of pictures from different distances. We exchanged contact info, and it turns out she sells Stella & Dot jewelry; you can check out her page here.
Thank you, Liz, for these lovely pictures! 🙂
Dress: H&M, sandals: Clark’s, bracelets: So Good, headband and necklace: Forever 21, earrings: I don’t even remember, pink rose statement ring: The Tiny Teapot, silver rose ring: I’ve had since high school
Some things never change; one of them is my love of photorealistic floral prints.
I put this outfit together for Kelly’s Fall Fashion Faceoff challenge, combining a skirt I’ve had since middle school (which is old enough to make it “vintage”–eek!) with a blazer I got about a year ago.
blazer: Torrid, skirt: Marshall’s (?) in 1998 or 1999, boots: Hot Topic in 2001, black dress: Target, belt: Re/Dress, shawl: not sure (possibly from my mom), necklace: from a clothing swap, headband; eBay
It’s finally getting warm here. So, naturally, I’ve got florals on the brain.