I love pixiemarket’s fetchingly unmatching ensembles. They always manage to do such a good job of making me want everything on the model. Here’s my favorite up top. Oh and check out how awesome the back of the stripey shirt is, never mind the “beatrice booties” underneath:
It was a bright, summery winters (2010) day here in the middle east so we took the dog out of the city for a much needed hike. We ended up stumbling upon a fantastic huge field of thick, lush overgrown green grass and squatted for a mini picnic of butter croissants and cheesey sandwiches. I ended up tearing off my croissant-flake-covered skinny jeans and thick wool socks mid hike, to sport only an old AA T-shirt dress and pasty white legs. Although winter is and always will be my most beloved season, it did feel nerdily liberating to skinny down along the heated path and bare a little skin. Here’s to a odd, warm winter’s day (and the coolest dog ever):
When I was younger and feeling a bit antisocial (as I have been known to be), I used to feel more secure and hidden when my hoodie was pulled up. I haven’t hooded in a while but this plaid hoodie-scarf looks like a great, warm place to hide if I ever feel the urge again… and isn’t it just beautiful?
Feeling a little uninspired lately, I wondered over to pixiemarket.com knowing they would have something to pull me out of this funk. Indeed they did. A whole new batch of funk puller outers were just uploaded. Here are my faves. I love the star shaped, neckline detail of this first number. The classic Pixiemarket accessorizing on the model doesn’t hurt either…
It’s at least 90 degrees here every day and the last thing I’m thinking about is pulling on a pair of thick, black, stud adorned tights, but these tights over at Pixiemarket make me want to crank the air to 68 and dance around the house. There are a bunch of crazy, studly tights over at Pixiemarket, but these are by far my favorite. Reminding me of my old, pantomime, dancing days, meet The Carousel Tights.
My Pot of Gold this week is a cocoon shaped mini dress with dangling strings and padded shoulders. I love the simple structure of this dress, paired with the big mess at the front. It looks really fun to wear about and with all those laces hanging right at fingertip length, I would always have something to do with my hands! No accessorizing needed, I present the adm2012 padded shoulder dress from pixiemarket:
Feeling a bit broke these days and knowing there are others out there who must be feeling it too, I decided to post a bundleful of dresses for under $100. Under $50 would’ve been better, I know, but a few were just too cute to not get slipped in 🙂
Another way of easy dressing without looking lazy, is utilizing the color grey! Grey is so underrated. A few key, grey pieces and you’re pretty much set because almost every color goes well with grey (except brown, in my book)… and of course, black is like grey’s older sister. Here are some of my favorites.