So, I've been trying for 2 hours to blog. It's official. But suddenly an idea struck.
Well... hold on. I've been really out of the fashion mode lately. In small town Colorado, sometimes it's hard to be motivated to stay up on fashion and motivated to take care of one's self. Not just for me, but for anyone. I accidentally maimed my eyebrows and I am growing them back. But while I wait, my eyebrows have kind of turned into... caterpillers. Well not that bad, as my eyebrows have never been that bad, but still.
So back to my muse striking right as I was ready to go to bed.
The first order of business... SHOPPING business... when I get to Denver is to spend a day stalking out the cutest shoes and take pictures of them. I will not be purchasing any, but I want to take a look around and really delve into what is going on and what is accessible in my favorite fashion area. The goals will be as following:
1. A pair of shoes that cost more than $300.
2. A pair that cost less than $20.
3. A pair that is more than 4.5" tall.
Other than that, I am on the search for shoes of every style: vintage, wedge, pumps, platforms, sneakers... everything. Photo blog, here we come.
Saturday, March 19, 2011
I broke 2 computers in like... 2 weeks. I finally got another one.
Let's assess life: I've been working at an airport. I love it. I dress like hell. I'm moving to Denver in a couple of weeks. I'm terrified. I do not have a boyfriend. I do not have a girlfriend. I have a dog.
Let's talk about the 70's influence going down, shall we? As we all know, I'm obsessed with Marc Jacobs. He is my favorite. Yeah, it's clichéd, but still. I love him. So here are my must haves for summer, all based around the 70's influence and Marc Jacobs's line:
1. High waisted hot pants. In denim and jewel tones.
2. Awesome, large-brimmed wicker hats.
3. Chunky, multi-colored wedges.
4. Funky flat sandals.
5. Multi-colored knit tops.
6. Fake tanner for my legs.
7. Maxi dresses/skirts. I know they are (like) so 2 years ago, but I am still obsessed.
8. Bold, chunky floral jewelry.
9. A-line skirts in stripes.
10. Jumpers/rompers. But I'm like 2.
That's just the beginning. More to come.
Oh, and dressing for job interviews can be fun. Unless your brown pumps die.