The length of this gingham skirt is a more mature version of the skater skirts I’ve accumulated over the years. Maybe it’s the drama of a full skirt or my unwillingness to shave above my knees, but the longer length and shape is so much more flattering.
Sweater: American Eagle (similar)
Skirt: Banana Republic (very similar here and here)
Belt: Anthropologie (similar)
Earrings: Charming Charlie
I’ve finally started writing my book again. I’ve had several ideas for a YA comedy novel in my head, but when I finally sat down and started to write, I realized that I have more to say about being a 20-something foul-mouthed beer drinker. I like where this plot is going, and I may share a link to my Wattpad page when I have several (unedited) chapters finished.
I also plan to add more videos to my YouTube channel, and I’ve been brainstorming ways to make it stand out. I want to incorporate the “ink” part of my site name into this hobby more, and I think snippets of my writing coupled with videos about style and self-image will work well together. God, I don’t know. We’ll see how this goes.
Thanks to my friend, Nicky for recommending it to me, I have finally watched the first three episodes of Ja’mie Private School Girl and I can’t get enough. Played by Chris Lilley, Ja’mie King is a sassy multi-talented school girl who hates fat lesbians and chin acne. You need to grow some tits if this show offends you. I love this unique Australian comedy series and it is my new favorite thing in existence right now.
It is so hilariously odd that I was very surprised to be smitten with Ja’mie’s party outfit.
It’s so girly and shiny that I couldn’t help but love it. I don’t usually wear yellow, but I would if it meant I would attract all the quiche boys at Kelton Grammar.
I am most attracted to the Colette Trench from Anthropologie simply because of the peplum detail. The wool coat is girly and sophisticated without looking bulky. It’s similar to the Banana Republic coat, and seems more appropriate for winter in Houston since the coldest we get is a chilly 50, maybe 45 degrees.
Despite my affinity for the cream coats, my basic instinct to wear black is satisfied with the peacoat from Forever 21. The buttons and cut of the lapel add boldness that keeps it from being another boring black coat. I like that it hits at the hip which is perfect for wearing with skirts.