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Like it’s golden

Thrifted polo oxford + purse; vintage dress from Talk of the Town; earrings from Paris J. Boutique; Roxy sandalsSomething about balmy weather and warm breezes brings out the preppy-hippie -glam in me. Long dresses (hippie), oxfords knotted at the waist (preppy) and big sparkly earrings (glam) seem like a perfectly reasonable combination when it feels like it's finally(!) Spring.

Jalouse-y

Last weekend, I took some time to catch up on my required reading--magazines, of course--and came across an editorial of pitch-perfect '70s secretary looks in the February issue of Jalouse:I don't know how they knew (darn Frenchies!), but this is exactly how I want to dress right now. Ladylike blouses, belted blazers, and cropped trousers are at the top of my Spring wish list. For now, I'm making do

Sherlock and the Revolution

Something about this overcoat (as it is a proper overcoat) makes me feel like a cross between Purple Rain-era Prince and Sherlock Holmes. Which is to say it makes me feel EXTRASUPERDOPE."Tell Wendy and Lisa to find Dr. Watson, stat!"Gap jeans, NY & Co shirt, overcoat from an old costume, vintage clutch and shoes, Urban Outfitters scarfDo you ever wear clothes that make you feel like a character (in a good way)?

Yes, marm

I can't pinpoint the EXACT moment I decided I wanted to dress like a mid-century schoolmarm, but, well, here we are. This skirt caught my eye specifically because of its Little House-meets-June Cleaver vibe. I love the ribbon and button detailing on the waist! And it TWIRLS! Who doesn't like twirling, I ask you? WHO(m)?!? I was having so much fun, I (foolishly) asked Friendboy what he thought: "You look

Breaking up is (not) hard to do

As much as I love menswear, I can count on one hand the number of times I've worn a suit--as in a blazer and matching bottoms meant to be worn together. I'll take my separates separately, thank you.I bought this Far East-inspired suit from a thrift store a while ago, and while the skirt got some play after I altered it, the jacket hung around, unworn for quite some time. I