More work selfies because why not?
More work selfies because why not?
My advice will always be to buy what you cannot take off. Forget everything else.
Ready for a cold day so I can wear this little baby. A Blaque Market knockoff by none other than Forever 21.
My vibe/inspiration board for this winter. Before every new season I’m always thinking about what I want my look to be. Do I want to look like an Olsen circa 2006 or Nicole Richie circa 2005? What goes on in my brain doesn’t always translate to my body but it helps me when I’m shopping and trying to figure out what’s gonna go with what I’m into.
For fall/winter I’m thinking of that peach fuzzy jacket and my leather jacket for outerwear, beanies (which I’ve never done before), leather pants, dainty gold jewelry, cream flats, über thin white tees (my year round uniform), black booties, messy bed head, black and white, breton stripes, and the darkest purple lips imaginable.
Mr. Feeny, “Quiz Show”
Caught this while flipping between Legally Blonde and One Tree Hill. That brilliant man.
Selfies at work. WHATEVERRRR.
"In Russia we say, the one who doesn’t take risks doesn’t drink champagne." -Miroslava Duma, Elle UK.
The premise for the story I’m about to tell you is decidedly misleading but it’s true.
Last night at about 11:30 I was talking to my ex-boyfriend (we have a weird relationship, it’s fine) who was fresh off the set of a top secret commercial shoot and he was telling me all he could tell me without actually telling me (apparently he believes in confidentiality agreements. Yawn). I TOLD you. This makes him sound super fab and important when really he’s super fab and normal (love you, P). However, I was asking him about all the people on set and if they were nice or mean or weird or what, and he said that everyone was pretty nice save for one guy who pushed him out of the way at one point. I thought this was funny because that’s something I would do.
“No, everyone was pretty chill. The wardrobe girls reminded me of you.”
My ears perked up.
“Yeah, not really their personality…well, kind of their personality. But mostly the way they dressed.”
“What were they wearing?” Visions of aviators, low messy buns, ballet flats, grey tanks, and motorcycle jackets danced in my head. Think Taylor Jacobson from season one of TRZP.
“Mmm, well one of them was wearing those pants that are like, big on the top and then get tighter at the bottom. You know those?”
“Like harem pants?” Oh, god, I thought, this man-repelling chick reminded my once boyfriend of me. I’m such a shit show.
“Yeah, she was wearing those.”
“Uh…did you like them?”
“Yeah! I thought they were cute and they looked really comfy.”
I was rendered speechless. Do we “fashion” girls have it all wrong? Let me tell you why I ask. Leandra Medine, self proclaimed (and world renowned) “man repeller”, has been quoted, on a multitude of occasions, as saying in response to the question, “What is a ‘man repeller’?”, that it is “outfitting oneself in a sartorially offensive mode that may result in repelling members of the opposite sex. Such garments include but are not limited to harem pants, boyfriend jeans…” (Quote taken directly from her website, proving my point that harem pants really are the epitome of man repelling. Mais, not ex-boyfriend repelling, like I initially thought.)
“Really? Because harem pants are like, universally known as being one of those trends that women love and men hate.” I cringed at my Medine-verbatum word vomit, but girl’s got it right. He didn’t budge. He liked them. I’m shocked, too.