Where did all this equestrian-inspired country flair come from? It's completely overwhelmed my wardrobe and now I only think in terms of denim and floppy hats. I have a million jillion pairs of jeans, but I'm seriously addicted to this particular pair of Gweneveres by Seven For All Mankind. I've had them since I was 15, so it's pretty cool that my big butt still squeezes into 'em. I wore this outfit a couple weeks ago when I ventured into the suburbs for a doctor's appointment. It was surreal being in my old environment wearing something I probably wouldn't have been caught dead in as a teenager. When I was younger, I had so much more to prove. Surely I've already told you about how I thought "fashion was for yuppies" and wore the same evergreen sweatshirt and moccasins on the daily. I thought it made me seem more 'distanced from materialism' but nonetheless 'true to my personal brand.' I've come a long way... and for that I deserve applause, people!!!! You don't really have to clap, though. I know I said I could see through my computer screen yesterday but that was just for dramatic effect. I honestly have no idea what you're doing right now.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Floppy hat - August, Macy's
Sunglasses - Vintage
Blouse - Ralph Lauren
Twee blazer - Ralph Lauren
Jeans - Seven For All Mankind
Oxford heels - ...me Too, www.metooshoes.com
Bag - Ralph Lauren
I ought to start looking at vintage Ralph Lauren catalogs for outfit inspiration. And REALLY, I need to expand my floppy hat collection! I recommend the same for y'all, too. The only thing I care about these days are big brims and chunky platforms.
Also, GREAT NEWS. Romwe, every fashion blogger's favorite online shop, is hosting a promotion for some garments with Peter Pan collars! Their two cutest dresses are $20 off with the code -20USD! Check it out here: Romwe Back to Childhood Sale
Everything is infinite,