Now that I have a job - yes before I started this blog because I sincerely have wanted to blog for a long time and it was convenient that I didn't have a job for the summer so it gave me something to look forward to - but now that I have a job working 9 to 5 all week, its becoming more difficult for me to find time to take pictures of my outfits. That said, bear with me people!
This dress has been so good to me over the past 3 years. I've worn it everywhere - on dates, to concerts that were really sweaty, to spread my late grandmother's ashes, and one time I was cleaning my car in Ann Arbor and some guy at a stop light took a picture of me in it and then winked. And I was really freaked out to say the least. I think its a testament to the simplicity of style that this dress is still in style, and my care for my clothes.
"I love them all, like my children." - Quote from some bratty girl on the Bravo television show "NYC Prep."
The purpose of that quote is this: I care for my clothing not like they were my children but with respect - which means I keep them happily folded and ironed or hanging politely and comfortably in my closet not thrown around my room. And in the fall I pack them away neatly in a tub. I take care not to stain them and if I do I soak them and lightly brush out the stains with stain remover. I think I treat my clothes with such esteem because I love the way that they make me feel.
Head: $6.00 hat from Target
Body: $20.00 dress from Forever 21
Hand: $2.50 bag from Target
[Find my shoes here.]