(random sweater; thrifted Ann Taylor top,necklace; vintage belt, shoes bracelet; f21 shorts, rings,bracelets)
I wore this to play shuffle board. Yeah... shuffle board. It was my first time and it was surprisingly fun. But I'm definitely not going back unless I'm drunk. I woke up this morning with a cold from hell. Yeah... I imagine hell to be super hot and super cold. Anyhow, I think I might have caught the cold by not wearing real pants while being outside for too long in coldish weather. Or maybe from touching those dirty sticks used to play shuffle board and then proceeding to eat brownies and pizza. Both hand held foods. Eeeek. I really like this outfit. It has a classy feel which stops at my butt where the shorts end. The shoes gave it an 80's vibe and the socks I think went well with shuffle boarding. Old ladies wear socks this way, and old ladies love shuffle board.
I've yet to resume eyeing the collections from NYFW. I'm sure I'm missing out but I felt that since I started the blog the only thing I do is look up fashion related thing in a forced manner. I forgot that I love music and movies and art and literature!... So lately I've been trying to manage my hobbies better. One way I did this was by watching a MOVIE about a girl who is a FASHION student and falls in love with John Keats a 19th century POET! Good right? It's called Bright Star and it was nominated for an Oscar. I loved it. I was so inspired by the way she dressed. It was very 19th century but her outfits were very detailed and you could tell her clothes were different from the other women in the movies. I came up with a few design ideas but haven't put them on paper yet and I probably won't for a while because I have a problem with sitting down and doing things. Watch the movie. You'll love it. The cinematography is great. Every scene looks like a beautiful picture.