|The black piping in this photo is seriously messing with my near-flawless mojo.|
pink ruffle tank :: maurice's (similar) | scarf print trousers :: zara (here) | black cut out wedges :: charlotte russe (old but similar here) | messenger satchel :: ebay (similar) | starfish cuff bracelet :: c/o shopcalico via chictopia (gold here; also available in silver here) | gold disc earrings :: c/o con-fused arts
Another outfit post featuring my gorgeous scarf printed trousers from Zara, this time with a pink ruffle tanks instead of a simple black tunic. They feel like wearing pajamas, so you should probably get used to seeing them. Have I mentioned how much I love them?
I don't wear earrings very often, since I pretty much have a phone against the side of my head most of the day, but these gold beauties were so enticing that I broke my rule today (for most of the day, at least). Handmade in Kenya and sent to me by the wonderful Pam at Con-fused Arts, they are quite possibly the most exquisite piece in my jewelry box. The lightly engraved pattern is simple in an understated way; the metal discs are thin and lightweight, but not flimsy. Look for more detailed photos sometime soon, and expect to see them frequently as well.
I have to admit to being incredibly proud of my hair and make up today. I've been experimenting with new tactics for application and methods of messiness that have turned into this beautiful bed-headed drowned raccoon look and kinda make me feel like a rock star just woken up after a night of partying, only without the crummy hangover.
I've got some awesome tutorials and DIYs planned for the next few weeks, including some hair and make up how-to videos and some DIYs for the epicly unskilled (such as myself), so stay tuned. And hey, I'd love to hear any suggestions you might have on how to style these awesome trousers. I'm thinking a rotation of solid colored tops might get a bit boring - any ideas on some riskier versions?