I must have been inspired by that rainbow I saw, because this rainbow-striped sweater and bright skirt was the first thing I reached for. I toned it down a bit with a black jacket--hey, we can't be ALL happiness and sunshine, right? Triple-drop star earrings, $90 | Pea Jacket, $275| Striped knit dress, $81 | Yarn Plumes Skirt, $118 Also, if you're not too busy Friday evening, you should hit Mariemont for the opening of One Mode! Champagne
As much as I like the idea, I have yet to work up the mojo to wear my open-toed shoes with tights; Finally, a Wheel of Fortune puzzle I can easily solve; I wouldn't know what to do with this high-tech turntable, but I want it anyway; The fact that this clever teapot-and-mug combo features a pun AND an '80s icon makes me want to squee; Does it GET any more Fashion Week than leather,
So far, Autumn/Winter 2012 fashion is shaping up to include the usual leather, dark colors, and beautiful coats that seem to appear every Fall. Color blocking is still a thing, though it's been one-upped by pattern blocking--combining multiple prints and patterns--and it looks like pops of bright color (including Spring's tangerine shades) and quirky ironic sweaters will be around for another season or two. Some of my faves from the NYC runways: Definitely enjoyed the Narciso-meets-Balenciaga
Every year when the temperature dips below 50, I look forward to wearing these pants. I'm not sure why--something about the combination of high-waisted seventies goodness and plush blue velvet intrigues me. Vintage trousers and shoes; Polo boy's oxford; VS tee; thrifted scarf Is it just me or does the front of my hair bear a strange resemblance to the Chrysler Building here?