Big Hair, Big Hips

Big Hair, Big Hips

Some fashion ‘rules’ are practically universal. If you wear white after Labor Day, you’ll seem out of season. If you mix neutrals or patterns, you’re going to appear mismatched and messy. If you wear horizontal stripes on a wide part of your body, it will look astronomically huge. And that is why I knew I needed to put them on my already-wide … Keep reading…

Midi Pencil Skirt Love

Midi Pencil Skirt Love

I love all the looks I feature on this site, but today I’m showing off one I also love wearing. What’s the difference? This is one of the most comfortable looks in my closet because the skirt is entirely stretchy. Nothing is ever in the wrong place because it is literally an elastic-like tube of comfort. Paired with a soft cotton tee … Keep reading…

Pick-Me-Up Patterns

Pick-Me-Up Patterns

It’s my personal fashion cycle of horror: I get stuck in colorless, pattern-less ruts. I go for grey tops and denim bottoms and cognac shoes, and I might venture out of the neutrals to grab a berry lip stain. Maybe. Probably not. Sometimes I grab a patterned scarf. Perhaps I go for a blue-grey instead of a charcoal. Even with the quick grab … Keep reading…

M-I-C-K-E-Y-M-O-U-S-E

M-I-C-K-E-Y-M-O-U-S-E

Today was a blustery spring day. The word blustery reminds me of Winnie the Pooh, which makes me think of the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh ride at Walt Disney World, which obviously meant I needed to wear my new Mickey Mouse tank. Remember how I’m mildly obsessed with Disney? Yeah, it’s an addiction, and if I could wear my mouse ears … Keep reading…

Seeing Spots and Stripes

Seeing Spots and Stripes

I would like to thank the delicious cocktail known as the Mai Tai for my new zebra-print midi circle skirt. While it didn’t pay for said attire—I just got chills thinking about how fantastic life would be if cocktails I had just finished drinking paid for all of my new clothing—it left me, errr, cheerful enough to pick up a $70+ skirt. But here’s the … Keep reading…