I take pride in my ability to draw outfit inspiration from Jordan almonds. Not sure how good they taste (I'm allergic to raw almonds, so I'll pass on the whole flavor-experimentation process) but I am POSITIVE that they look effin' gorg in the Easter aisle at every grocery store. I picked out my favorite babydoll garments to wear with this especially lacy look. Indeed I look like I just rolled out of a crib, but is that supposed to be an insult? Because I think it's The Compliment of all Compliments *shakes a baby rattle in a Z-shape with pizzazz like you've never seen.* Robin's Egg Blue, Carnation pink, and banana yellow coalesce into a perfectly pale palette for pastels. Sometimes, when a trend is good enough (and EGAD pastels are beyond good enough) I surrender to it and maybe even dedicate one square foot of my wardrobe to that theme. But I've been reppin' Easter eggs since 2010 so BOOYAH, fashion industry. I already know wassup. Everybody can benefit from having their spirits lifted by a cuddly cupcake color scheme. Peep!!!!!
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Pink headwrap - Vintage
Silk blouse - Secondhand
Detachable Collar - ROMWE, http://www.romwe.com/lace-pointed-detachable-collar-p-4601.html
Lace crop-top - http://www.wholesale-dress.net/goods.php?id=1333712?union=1307
Petticoat shorts - Squaresville
Socks - ICING
Booties - WANTED, http://www.wantedshoes.com/shop/Search=macrame/brave/Ice/-
I noticed that at least 50 looks a day on Lookbook have titles that include the word "mint" or "pastel" or "Spring." I can't tell if people think that hoppin' on the buzzword bandwagon will get them more attention... doesn't conforming to a standard make you even less noticeable? Here are some alternatives for you guys: sea foam, aquamarine, turquoise, teal, cerulean, azure, cyan, green tea, or robins' egg. As for naming your look "Pastels for Spring!" COME ON, I know you're better than that. Do your outfit some justice and name it something original. Me and my bestie Spencer are super into inventing characters and back stories for all of our ensembles... he kinda reminds me of Roger from American Dad sometimes. Obviously because Roger is everybody's favorite. And he's sharp as a spike on a choker from Hot Topic.
Everything is infinite,