Two posts in one day? This is what spring break does to ya, kids...
You can see the gray tones a bit better here-- but it's mostly white blonde.
And of course, what I wore today:
(striped sweater: Martin + Osa, white shirt: uniform supply store, tie: Target, shorts: cut-off Diesel, socks: J.Crew, shoes: Clark's Wallabees)
These are my new silver perforated leather Wallabees. Now, I'm someone who is repulsed by the fact that everyone at school seems to wear the same shoes, but... I saw some classic Wallabees at school and I really liked their shape, and when I saw these babies on Ebay I knew they were perfect! So I gave in, but these are still pretty individual.
I've been wanting to do this for a long time, but yesterday I bleached my hair!
You can't really tell in these photos but it has a weird gray tint that I love.
Still getting used to it, but I'm really happy!
Also, from the pre-blonde days, I went on a short trip to Nashville. Lots of vintage shopping and eating. Yum.
I was going for a 50's tourist thing. (shirt: vintage Lacoste, jeans: sister's, shoes: mom's old Ferragamos, sunglasses: Forever 21, Diana camera)
(I enjoy standing in showers with good lighting)
(striped top: Russian sailor via Imogene and Willie's, dress: T by Alexander Wang, shoes: mom's, belt: J.Crew)
I have a bit of a striped shirt addiction (I brought 4 on this 2-day trip) and I picked up this new tanktop version at an amazing shop called Imogene and Willie's. It's in a gorgeous old gas station. All the clothes there have a story, which is why I loved it so much (my top was sold to them by some Russian sailors). They have a very refined selection of clothes, and they oppose labels so there's a lovely simplicity to everything. They also customize Levi's for anyone on a set of old sewing machines in the back of the store. I was a little bit obsessed.
(shirt: cut-off Marc by Marc Jacobs, skirt: BCBGeneration, bunny ears: Easter present)
The Easter Bunny knew I had been after the Topshop bunny ears for quite awhile and I found these little lace babies in my basket! I'm smitten with them, despite the looks of pity I got while wearing them the day AFTER easter.