Shirt - Vintage JetRag $1 sale, Jacket - Catherine Malandrino, Hat - Forever 21, Super thick tights - Forever 21, Boots - Sam Edelman, Belt - J. Crew, Jewelry - mostly Konstantino
I picked up this shirt/vest thing at the $1 Jetrag sale last Sunday, when I picked up the skirt from Post 37. I grabbed it off of the ground and thought, "Jeez, this thing is so cool. Too bad it's not really suitable for wearing." However, it being only $1 and all, I added it to the pile o' crazy. So, I brought it home and it sat in my dressing room -- that's right, my amazing 1940s apartment has a dressing room, commence jealousy -- for almost a week. Then today, I woke up and decided that it was the perfect day to wear an Aztec woven llama vest as a minidress. I tried to tone it down as much as possible and actually think I might have gone too far. It's just a touch safe and boring, don't you think?
Also, I think it is time for me to apologize for refusing to wear any other jacket. I hope everyone understands that this jacket is now entirely synthesized with my body's primary biological processes. Contact with it is integral to my continued existence.
Alright, real talk time: I am crazy bad in front of the camera. I just get super awkward and squirm around a lot. I probably blink more than any person on the planet. Most pictures end up with me looking like a propped-up corpse, Weekend at Bernie's style. I think that if I want to keep blogging, I had better get much more comfortable doing this. So, I have decided to practice being cute and girly and stuff. MacBooks are PERFECT for this. It's like they were designed so that you can look at yourself! I took about 3,000 pictures just now on my MacBook and found two in which I look like an actual girl. Ignore the grungy ensemble consisting of an oversized Pat Benetar shirt and ripped up $2 eBay jeans.
Exhibit A: Why hello there. I am a female. Do you attend this establishment in regular intervals? Perhaps you would like to purchase a refreshment of some kind, so that I might consume it. I will take a Surge -- it is a soda from the early 2000s. Try looking for it on eBay.
Exhibit B: I have no caption for this one. I really put all of my eggs in the Exhibit A basket in terms of funny photo captions.
Being a girl is SO weird.