Sunday, October 3, 2010

Raggedy Ann

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Looks like someone caught a case of the gimpy-eye.

What's Lovely for Friday, October 1, 2010:  Indian food, apple cider, art and music under the artificial and real stars

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What's Lovely for Saturday, October 2, 2010:  Spending all day vegging about in Hello Kitty pants and hot chocolate

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What's Lovely for Sunday, October 3, 2010:  A silly conversation in which it is concluded that when all fish die, they go to a field of lavender. It's true. True as I'm Cleopatra of the Himalayas. 


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Even though I've worn this dress multiple times before, it's only just making its debut on this blog. It'a a dress coming-out party (not really like coming-out-of-the-RKelly-closet but more coming-out-as-a-Southern-debutante-ball type)!


This is a variation of what I wore on my first day of classes this semester. But wait, I didn't seem to... have taken pictures of that... particular...


day. 


What??

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Blouse- H&M  ::  Dress- Beacon's Closet  ::  Tights- We Love Colors  ::  Flats- Thailand

You'd think I would've. This crazy little blogger would totally do something like take pains to come up with a particular ensemble and then take a picture of aforementioned ensemble in order to post on her blog. Yet this did NOT happen. Why? Well, I'm sure the bottom of your seats are just burning to know the answer to this frivolous question. But please, keep them on, because this could get awkward fairly quickly. 


No, it's just a simple, stupid reason that I was feeling sick right when classes started. Feeling crappy that I was, documenting outfits with pictures weren't very high up on my list of things to do. Tharr ya go


What I do like about this outfit is that two thirds of it are made up of vintage finds in NYC-- the blouse was found in a tiny store that Lizzie knew about in the Bronx and the dress came from Beacon's Closet in Brooklyn (where I met Nickie for the first time!). What I don't really like about this outfit was that it may or may not have been thrown together in a matter of minutes (and might look a little granny). But hey, when you get some lemons, what do you do?

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Spinspinspin really awkwardly. Just keep spinning, just keep spinning, just-- ohp, I think I'm gonna pass out. No really, I think I will. I can never get enough sleep.

10 comments:

Bug said...

I couldn't pass this post up - wow! what a dress!! I'm so jealous, its darling.

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Jennifer Fabulous said...

That is one of the loveliest dresses I have ever SEEN. I seriously mean that. You are so beautiful in it too and your poses are enchanting. I wish my outfit posts came out as amazing as yours. You really have a talent for photoshoots. :)

And I would LOVE to spend all day hanging out in Hello Kitty pants and drinking hot chocolate!!! Hehe. xoxo

Emily Kennedy said...

I love your short short bangs right now. Also, this dress is so very Olive, and it totally rocks on you.

Collette Osuna said...

I am seriously in love with your dress!!
you look great...


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Jenni said...

Love this dress! Super adorable. Also: I officially need Hello Kitty pants.

Mel said...

Omgosh your dress. IT'S FABULOUS! I love that patchwork/quilted pattern, and the shape looks so modern and pretty! Also adore your mixing of patterns with that tie-blouse! Haha the fact that this is effortless is even better :)

sophie said...

wow!!! what a nice dress!!! is so cute!

Ali said...

O wise Cleopatra of the Himalayas, you are so amazing and bless us so wonderfully with your presence. <3333 That dress is way too aaaaaaaaaamazing and I love the scarf, too! :) And the you funked it up with some flats?! YEAH GIRL, GET IT, GET IT. >:D

I get to type in "pharsho" in the word verification box. Phar sho, yo.

WendyB said...

So beautiful!

lemon leaf said...

Oh my goodness. I must have a dress like that. So beautiful.

-Emily
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