I admit it; sometimes I feel like a bit of a hipster. I wore the above headband across my forehead once and was slightly embarrassed that I liked how it looked. Of course, one little headband doesn’t a full-blown hipster make, but who knows. Soon I may be donning long feather earrings, lumberjack plaid, and non-prescriptive glasses [just kidding about the glasses. I wore non-prescription glasses from Claire’s in fifth grade thinking I was hot stuff, and by sixth grade I needed real glasses. Never again!] Have a lovely Tuesday everyone.
There is something summery and unique about a tiny fishtail braid among loose waves…
This dress usually isn’t my style, but when I borrowed it from my mom and she insisted that I keep it, I couldn’t turn her down. These flat sandals let the polka-dot pattern take center stage, but when worn with nude cork wedges and some bright accessories, this dress could be much more than just a preppy staple.
This dress has just the right amount of quirky. I love the subtle peacock feel it has, as well as a the huge ruffle on the left side that somehow works just as well with heels and a clutch as it does with bare feet and a casual bun.
| T shirt: Target | Shorts: American Eagle | Belt: Charlotte Russe | Scarf worn as head wrap: gift | Ring: heirloom |
I’m loving above-knuckle rings at the moment…
After an exactly one-month blogging hiatus, I’m back. I’ve been busy, but that’s the story of my life and should really learn to manage my time better anyway. I’m excited to be blogging again since I have really missed it. More soon (promise)!