Haha.. not really. But I like to pretend to be one in t-shirts that say I am. This is one of the graphic T’s I got from Old Navy last week and featured in my last post. I have basically lived in it since. I wanted to show how I paired that cool kimono from TJMaxx with it, as well as a more feminine way I styled it another day.
Annnnnnd a lil more fun & flirty… *I tied it on the side because I went a size up and it doesn’t sit very well when it hangs normally.
Until next time!
Valentine’s day is just five short days away already, how did that happen? I think I have been saying that for just about every holiday so far. It has been a whirlwind of a year. The BF and I are going quite fancy this V-day, and I’m pretty excited! We are seeing Chris Thile –> ( http://tinyurl.com/kqgs4xe ) play at a symphony hall and then most likely going to find a swanky place to get some drinks. Luckily for us the concert is Tuesday the 18th, so we won’t be fighting with the a) Friday crowd or the b) crazed Valentine’s day crowd on the 14th. Here are some sweet little Valentine’s day outfits floating around my Pinterest boards that I think would work no matter what your plans.
If you’re making it a girls night out, I think a chunky sweater (I mean, it is still February) and heeled booties is the way to go.
If you’re meeting up with a new potential Valentine at a casual bar a moto jacket, sweet dress, & tights to keep your legs from freezing over is a nice option. Flat booties are great for exploring around town and showing off your fave spots together.
If you’re meeting a new potential Valentine at a bit more upscale location I love this minimal look. It’s sleek and sexy, but could still work for many different venues if you’re in for a surprise date.
This look particularly inspired me for the event I’m going to with my boyfriend. I want to be a tad more dressed up than a typical concert outfit because it is going to be at a symphony hall.. but the leather jacket & messy topknot don’t make it look too fussy.
Hope you all have a chocolate filled day accompanied by cheesy love notes and mysterious flower bouquets from secret admirers. 😉
Disclaimer: I do not own any of the above images, all are linked via my Pinterest board. Link at top right page.
The irony in this title is not lost on me. There is absolutely nothing about getting dressed that is lazy. It usually takes up the better part of my day, whether it’s the physical act or the thought process that goes into said act. But even after all that, sometimes we still want to look like we totally don’t give a —-, only in the most Kate Moss-like fashion, of course.
The added bonus in dressing in a very minimalist (but still somehow Parisian chic) kind of way is that you can actually get away with tossled untouched hair and little-to-no makeup because of the colossal shades involved. You’re welcome.