Sunday, April 14, 2013

Tattered Simplicity

I have been feeling very inspired as of late but inspiration does not always bring motivation, therefore the blog has been a bit neglected. So instead of spending my entire post harping on the fact that I haven't been posting to the blog, let's admire the above photo instead.

I'm not sure what it is about "Classic" american women's wear brands that ruffles my feathers, maybe the fact that anything vintage I gravitate towards or the fact that I've always felt I have an old soul. Whatever the reason these brands excite me. I love an old Liz Claiborne purse (and have a couple in my collection), or an Anne Klein oversized blazer, or even a pair of 90's Calvin Klein pumps, whatever the vintage American classic, it's usually a "Love" in my eyes!

Something about the wear of the leather or the tattered edges of the label makes me feel like our overly technologically advanced universe is overrated and what it comes down to is the simplicity in life. The craftsmanship of the simple things is what brings balance to an otherwise fast-paced existence.

Bag: Liz Claiborne...Thrifted

Wednesday, January 2, 2013


a : a person given to often expedient or facile change in ideas or character
b : one that is subject to quick or frequent change especially in appearance 
Not sure why the word "Chameleon" came to me last night but I found this definition interesting nonetheless. 

Sunday, June 10, 2012

La Lune

Here is what I wore from afternoon into the evening today (Saturday). After three events in one day, it's still in tact through a one year olds Birthday party equipped with cupcakes, ketchup, and mustard he he! I love this top hope you do too



Sunday, May 27, 2012


Attended a wedding this evening and I needed to dress up a bit but I didn't feel like wearing a dress or skirt so I pulled out these pants that I picked up from a local thrift shop about a year ago. I remember the day I purchased them, since it is so rare to find a size 2 especially in pants and that are long enough for me, I was super excited but more so excited about the price (can you believe they were $1 or $2 bucks). Anyhoo, A few pics to start off your Sunday morning.