L-R: The Smiths, Jimi Hendrix, Rolling Stones. (I love the ‘Stones one the best.)
I think I’m regressing… Lately, I’ve been really getting into tees, t-shirts, whatever you like to call ’em, and specifically, music tees. I’m sure I went through this phase briefly when I was in my late-teens.
Previously, I wasn’t much of a jeans fan either; in fact, I went through most of my 20s without owning a single pair of jeans.But now, I can’t get enough of them, although, not the skinny jeans – besides being so last-three-years-ago, they’re too try-hard, I’ve decided. I wasn’t even deterred by a comment somebody made about my boyfriend jeans on the weekend – something along the lines of “interesting look for you”. (Hmph! I didn’t ask why, but maybe it had something to do with the fact that people are probably more used to seeing me in dresses and/or corporate attire.)
Would it be super-nerdy to get an ‘I HEART NY’ tee when I’m there in a couple of days…? I don’t know anyone who has been to New York and actually bought and worn one of those.
I should be working on the list of things to pack, necessities, work-related things, instead I’m procrastinating about t-shirts – argh!
I grant you, not the best picture to post from an aesthetic or vanity (short legs, check!) viewpoint.
But here’s what I like about it: the effect of the sunlight on the carpet resulting in two different colours altogether. Combined with the lines of shadow, the effect is almost… cubist.
The other point being I wore the short onesie (playsuit) last night and it was a bad idea. There was a bite in the air, and I found myself shivering. The Hub thought I was play-acting, but hello, chattering teeth! Admittedly, I am a sun-lover so anything below 25C means discomfort. I think it’s goodbye to the onesie for this year.
Listening: After Glow by Foals
Still feeling a tad ‘festive’ despite having to pop into the office again today.
I wonder if anyone would notice if I turned up in my gold get-up (Hello, butterfly!) for our official return to work on Monday. I think it would go a long way towards keeping my mood cheerful. Corporate attire sucks, especially in summer.
A simple shift dress, mid-thigh-length, in heavy jersey, worn only the second time since its purchase last year.
I think it says more about me than it does about the garment, frankly.
I love this dress, I’ve realised, so I’ve resolved to wear it often while it is winter.
Now, you see, I like my greens very much… when they’re on my plate. A meal devoid of greens is not worthy of being described thusly, in my humble opinion.
However, where my attire is concerned, greens have always been the shades shunned. I don’t know why this has been so.
When I visited my mother earlier this year, she commented that she loved wearing green. She said I should try it.
I was reminded of our conversation from months ago when I found this floral print top in San Francisco last week.
I saw it as mainly green when I bought it, but looking at the photo now, it’s clearly So Much More Than…
Will I be able to pull it off?