June 22, 2009

you've been warned

Disclaimer: I've been super lazy lately and resorting to t shirts and shorts beceause well, I go nowhere and own no clothing. I think I have a good sense of style (what else would drive me to create a blog devoted to fashion?) but thanks to years of uniformity and a summer spent hiking in Israel I have very little clothing that suits me or my current lifestyle (which is pretty much me doing nothing - yay unemployment). I'm slowly trying to put together a wardrobe that truly suits me. Hopefully this blog will follow that journey.

I love how my face doesn't tan yet the rest of me is nice and sun kissed
dress: vintage, shrug/cardi?: my friend brought it back from italy?, shoes: DSW

So, I've been wearing this dress a lot! Like, A LOT! I'm sure you've seen it at least three times in the past month. That's like once a week. I just find it so beautiful and summery and versatile. I've worn it with a scarf and jacket, I've worn it belted at the waist, and the other night I wore it with a long shrug. I could have tied up the shrug but I loved how long it hung! I thought it created the nicest silhouette.

I wore this outfit to my Aunt and Uncle's anniversary/birthday party. It was so nice to see all my family although everyone was coupled off - except me. I'm the baby and all of my cousins are in their mid to late 20's so and involved in serious relationships. Me and my aunts mother were the only people there without dates. Lame. But I still managed to have a good time by discovering the pomegranate martini.

Tomorrow I'm driving to Albany with my dad to visit my brother then driving up to Boston  to attdent my college orientation. It still hasn't quite hit me that I'm done with high school, that I can't go back, that next fall I will begin school in an entirely new city with entirely new people. I'm nervous but still so excited! Hopefully I'll get a chance to blog while I'm there.

16 comments:

alice said...

who cares when you look so good in this dress! :D

Danielle said...

That dress has cool pleating. School in Albany, sounds funnn!

Sher said...

If you love something, and it suits you, then no need to apologize...wear it :D

Besides that's a neutral dress that you can completely change the look by accessorizing. Make that your personal challenge instead!

jane st. clair said...

it's a great dress! if i owned it, i'd wear it all the time too.

Damsels said...

i lvoe the pleats on your dress
and ithink you must have style and its not your fault you arent a millionaire .

i always say . .imagine how i could look if i could afford everything . .but you gotta try with what you have and can afford
We Were Damsels

DaisyChain said...

I ADORE that dress. Fantastic.

Hanako66 said...

that dress is just perfect!

Hadley said...

it is the perfect summer dress fo sho

Tina { Luphia Loves... } said...

the simple white dress is so chic!!

shopgirl28 said...

I like that outfit. Have fun visiting your college.

Ash Fox said...

the dress is amazing!

thank you for all of your amazing suggestions! i actually did birthright 3 years ago so i got a chance to tour all over israel. this time i was in herzeliyah and tel aviv. it was amazing!

x
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FASHIONconfectionairy said...

Love the pleating on the dress, very whimsical if your paired it with gladiators and a flower crown!
XXOXOX
Libby
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elena-lu said...

pomegranate martini?! nice!
i would wear that lovely dress a lot as well its very pretty and goodness so easy to adapt to all kinds of events high and low thats a great quality in a garmet!!
have fun in boston :)

tanya said...

I love the pleating detail in that dress--so pretty!

yiqin; said...

Looks great. There's a dress I keep wearing over & over again too!

Chloe said...

amazing dress
it's simple, yet elegant