It’s a quarter after 2am and, instead of sleeping, I’m up pondering the craziness that is Rudolf Otto’s theory of religion and remembering how much I enjoy blogging. In the spirit of the phenomenology of religion, which is about…well, who cares what it’s about? In the spirit of something irrelevant, here’s a post of random shots from the last few months of blog silence. It will be, I hope, the first of many new posts that lead me back into this world that I’ve greatly missed. Until then, happy (almost!) winter, folks!!
Really obsessed with this prim sweater, especially with a trim blazer and skirt.
Cirton and floral=attempts to blind passersby.
Big fan of this combo.
Who says you can’t be well accessorized when hiking a bajillion miles in Montana?
Heartbroken over the scandalous length of this otherwise perfect dress.
Rosie the Riveter for Halloween
Summer’s best-loved sandals.
Style blogger travel rule: always fly with some (easily removable) bling.
Not used to wearing lipstick=I feel like an alien.
Oxfords on the train.
Standard profusion of prints.
No sock in this nest of a top knot. Time for a haircut!
This necklace speaks for itself. It says, “I pity the fool.”
Adoring Roy Lichtenstein at the Art Institute. Also adoring this giant-sleeved dress.
Leopard, olive, and gold. Not a bad combo, as it turns out.
Vintage leaf print dress, vintage belt, market tote, lots of gold.
Standard summer look. Obsessed with this vintage silk scarf and its hummingbird print.
Reading “King Arthur” with The Tiny Pants.
Leopard flats, a gift from my amazing mama.
Ages old Anthropologie dress.
Dots and stripes!
Citron again, this time with polka dots!
More flats, this time in cobalt.