Friday, October 28, 2011

Indian Summer

flight of the bohemian bee plum hats and leopard flats abstract wings mysterioso the ones leaft green
Lush/Pitaya abstract cocoon cardigan (S) // Forever 21 maroon floppy wool hat // 
Forever 21 magenta tank (S) // DIY/Union Bay distressed denim shorts (Jr 3) (old) // 
Merona faux calf hair leopard print flats (5.5) // H&M wood and gold bead bracelets //
Urban Outfitters double face watch // Charming Charlie pink bauble gold necklace //

Photography: JJ

THE DOG DAYS OF SUMMER ARE BACK. In the middle of October, one week in the 50s, then rare days like this (10/25) in which it's flaming 80s with a strong wind. Just hopped off the plane from Ohio, rubbed the 10,000 vertical miles of oxygenated cabin pressure from my eyes and slipped on something comfortable and reminiscent of summer, summer, summer. Boy do I wish I had a whole three months to lie out in the grass and write poetry, read Murakami and Sacks, paint the sky with oil pastels. But no, it was all day in the lab, studying to wits end, writing my life story. Still, in times when life speeds past, you have to be like the Clockstoppers (remember that movie from 10 years ago!?) and just hit ||.

We took these photos right before the sun went down in Brookings Quad, on the Stage. An alternative name for this outfit was "Bohemian Rhapsody" since there is such flow in the deliciously boheme pieces fluttering in the wind. Finally! I found my maroon floppy wool hat that I've coveted ever since I saw those Free People and Urban Outfitters catalogs. There was a navy and brown one at Nordstrom, but it just wasn't maroon, and luckily at F21, there were 2 left. For some reason fedoras look funny on my head so I tried to stretch this one out by stuffing a sweater in it overnight xD This abstract cocoon shawl/cardigan is the coolest piece I found during my Labor Day Pitaya sale spree. It's so comfy, soft, and effortlessly stylish. However, I do get caught on doorknobs and chair handles a lot xD Still.

I've noticed that many petite ladies have been buying the Ann Taylor calf hair leopard pumps. Personally I think the spotted pattern features too small dots and it doesn't quite look right but these flats from Target haven't failed me yet. If you look closely, they have the calf hair too, which makes them feel more luxurious. Beware, these run small and they squeeze the feet, leaving blisters on the sides of the toes and on the ankles :( Pad, pad, pad!
infused with light and wind wristed a little alpaca beads and chains hats off circle head gingko calf hair indiana jones the fashion maven berry boheme shreds back up squirrel heart muffin wrapper brookings hall at the golden hour
Readers - what would you wear on a very warm day in the fall?
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7 comments:

Nic Nic October 28, 2011 at 11:11 PM   said...

love the eclectic mix of prints and colours - it seems to go so well!!

AiRene October 28, 2011 at 11:36 PM   said...

cute flats shoes and floppy hats! you look adorable too!


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kileen October 28, 2011 at 11:46 PM   said...

i love the colorful hat! i wish we still had our warm weather. :)

cute & little

This Charming Style October 29, 2011 at 10:28 AM   said...

You look soooo gorgeous in the cardigan, and the hat is also devine! xx

Really Petite October 29, 2011 at 12:00 PM   said...

You look so adorable and these pics are amazing! Love the leopard flats!

Kristy October 30, 2011 at 7:24 PM   said...

maaannn you did dress up for the summer! I can't even leave the house without tights or a pair of pants these days :) no warm fall days for us in Toronto :( Btw, love your macro shot. The colors are so vivid and the quality is suuuuuper clear! :)

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Laura December 2, 2011 at 3:59 PM   said...

How I love your necklace !! It's incredibly nice and chic ! The color of your top is so cool too. It gives a bit of spicy ;-)

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