Dress - Thrifted, Belt - F21, Jacket - c/o Romwe, Shoes - JC Lanas (via Nastygal, I added white laces), Jewelry - DIY + Random + Konstantino, Talon Claw Earring - c/o LSD, Two-Finger Snake Ring - c/o JFR
I thought my hair looked perfectly fine like this when I actually wore it up, but then I looked at these pictures later and was kinda horrified. It's just not...top-y enough to be a topknot, maybe? I think my hair is still to short to go this route. The end result makes everything pulled too tight and awkward. Please remind me that this hairdo is off limits for me until my hair grows another two or three inches.
I got this jacket from Romwe a while ago and I was in love with it, but felt too incompetent a dresser to figure out how to actually wear it. It sat on the back of a chair in my dressing room for months, me trying it on with every outfit, nothing quite working for me. Eventually, I started to see it pop up all over Lookbook. Evidence:
Everyone looks beautiful and amazing and stuff, but I am especially moved by the way Jessica and Sietske wore it. Those ladies look awesome, as per usual. I love seeing the way different people wear the same garment. It's a really a great way to see personal style manifest. At the end of the day, you can own designer clothes or thrift store clothes, but what really makes your style your own is the way you wear it. Ha, was that a cliche? Sorry guys. I haven't had caffeine yet and my head is in a muddle.
Final task on today's agenda: Tunnel Vision now has a Twitter! Please follow us. Yes, I am actually begging. Brit and I have been working so hard on putting Tunnel Vision together. Everyone's support and enthusiasm has really meant the world to us. Following us on Twitter will give you preview pics of what items will be up in the store. Also, once our Facebook is actually doing things (it's pretty sad and empty right now), following us both places will give you something extra special... (cough)pre-shopwithcrazyhugediscount(cough cough)