Y'all know how much I love magazines, especially my fellow indie publications. I was having an exceptionally unproductive morning (you know how sometimes it's impossible to focus?), when I came across WWIT--short for We're Worth It, Too. I got about three quarters of the way through the magazine before I even realized it's primarily a men's publication--the entire thing is so well done, and I'd totally wear at least 80% of the clothing and accessories featured.
Do you ever feel like you're stuck in a style rut? You know, skirt + blouse, pants + cardigan, jeans + tee, blahblahblah boring. I hate that. When I do feel that way, I look elsewhere for style inspiration--usually to my fellow bloggers or recent designer collections. I was procrastinating doing research and checking out some of my favorite blogs, when I came across a photo from Dries Van Noten's Spring 2010 collection. I immediately remembered a
Watching Casablanca last weekend put me in the mood for a little suit action--but with a feminine touch. The lacy blouse is was a Gunne Sax-ish Little House on the Prairie dress I picked up at a thrift store a while ago, which wound up hanging out in my trunk (aka "storage") for the better part of a year. I finally dug it out and attacked the dress with a pair of scissors in a half-hearted