Yikes, I’m already starting to get lazy with my blog. Well, it’s mid-March and summer seems to be taking its sweet time in approaching. I cannot wait for days at the pool, reclining in the chairs reading a mixture between sappy love novels and fashion magazines. Perhaps the beach, if I happen to make it there this summer. Nothing can be better than an overcast morning on the beach. Well, I suppose I can think of plenty of great options, but right now the mountains around me feel oppressive, and the lack of moisture in this ridiculously dry air makes my skin crack. All I want right now is to walk along the beach in my little black dress and yellow umbrella.
I don’t know about you, but I have never encountered a size chart that was accurate. The one above is for finding your jean size. After measuring myself, I should either be size 11/12, or a triple zero (?). Maybe it’s just me. This is why I don’t shop online.
When in doubt, just wear a white button-down shirt. Especially when you’re lost in a dead forest at night. Kidding. Photo taken by Michael Young.
And this is how to work the bowtie and suspenders look. Don’t settle for a tie – go all out classy. Dress – Macy’s.
He won’t admit it, but he resembles Grumpy Cat. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-d62OKEQW_Ts/UL9rXDhy1BI/AAAAAAAATuc/iTiz0ejr3Rg/s1600/ThingsILikeGrumpyCatMeme.png
Old houses are great for taking depressing pictures. You just have to work with the lighting. This is just a simple black dress with a flower print under the waist band.
A friend of mine made this for me a long time ago – probably 6 years ago. She had quite the talent for making jewelry. I endeavored to make jewelry myself, but I was only capable of making those childish bracelets made out of glow-in-the-dark-beads. Unfortunately, my competence for sewing isn’t any different. Or really any crafty project. I’m one of those people that browses Pinterest for hours looking at creative projects that always seem like a great idea – and then never lift a finger to do them. It’s the thought that counts, right?