Hello friends! Check out my guest post over at JenLovesKev. I was so excited when Jen asked me to do an outfit post inspired by a work of art, while she is on maternity leave with her precious little newborn, Rowan.
(I bet Edward Hopper never thought that he'd show up in a fashion blog, but lo-and-behold, he did. Go see which work of art inspired my outfit today.)
I tweeted this morning about my red pants, snarkily saying "let the co-worker comments begin." And wouldn't you know it -- not a single comment. I walked around to every person's office and made sure that I walked away slowly, backwards. I was sure that these pants would be perfect for a Monday morning backhanded compliment but all I got was a few smiles. So that only means one thing. This outfit is....
I feel very hippie chic today. Tunics always do that for me, very flowy and bohemian which isn't really my style at all. I'm normally drawn to polished and belted but lately I've been drawn to billowy tops and the Olsen twins.
Jess from Makeunder My Life asked me to write for her Design Your Life feature this week. As I looked around my house, I thought "my life isn't designed" but then I quickly shoved everything back into my closet (skeletons included) and under my bed and then said of course. If you want to read about how I've been trying to design my life with intentions, find the post here.
If you don't, go here.
There are two things that I love deeply: Seattle and shopping. Specifically shopping while in Seattle. Since I can do neither while sitting on my couch in Texas dressed in my pajama's, there is Poetrie.com. Poetrie is a Seattle-based online boutique specializing in romantic clothing from independent designers. Cute, clever clothing from one of my favorite places in the world. Find the shop here.