red plaid button up shirt :: zara | gray oversize tank :: zara (dig the texture on this one) | black tank :: charlotte russe | faux black leather pants :: divided by h&m (similar) | combat boots :: charlotte russe (love this buckled version too) | red faux croc skin clutch :: unlisted (check out this killer envelope one) | sunglasses :: charlotte russe | pewter cuff bracelet :: forever 21 | cocktail ring :: vintage | tassel necklace :: 2bravegirls
Breaking the laws of fashion, one bogus rule at a time.
So what if it was 90-something degrees last Thursday? My office is freezing year round, and these faux leather skinny pants are lined anyway. Pretty sure I could care less if some archaic law of fashion etiquette states that leather garments are a faux pas come the warmer months; I've never claimed to be anything more or less than a walking jumble of contradictions.
Entirely too sleep deprived to write a proper post, but as I was getting a little behind on posting, I knew I wouldn't be able to sleep soundly until I put this anti-summer ensemble up. The sociality of the last few days has taken precedence over my online life, as has my rapidly increasing need for sleep. I've read about the effects of prolonged sleep deprivation, but I have developed a deeper understanding of the gravity of these effects now that I am experiencing them firsthand. My memory is shot, attention span almost non-existent (though, to be honest, there wasn't much there to begin with), and I can feel my overall mental capacity diminishing more and more. I've even started hallucinating, on an alarmingly regular basis.
What I'm trying to say, kids, is say no to drugs - stay home and get some sleep.