|Kater and Emily - I'm a big advocate for dappled sunlight|
|You can't really see the pins, but there's a car, Mike Tyson, naked lady icon, and a bug of some sort // notebook where I take important big girl notes about art and stuff|
|thrifted sweater top // vintage tie-skirt // vintage Ferragamo flats|
I packed horribly for this trip. Emily told me before I left that it was "warm" and I "didn't need" a jacket, but I'm too used to Bay Area weather tricking me at the last minute and brought some sweaters and little jackets, making me stuck with trying to pitch pit stains as bohemian trend for spring. This jobbbie was short-sleeved, so it wasn't so hot. The tie-skirt is a super-mega find. I must have had a Trader Joe's bag full of ties rotting in the corner of my room for years, thinking I would eventually get around to learning how to make a skirt out of them, until I found this perfect, short, a-line one at a vintage store in Los Angeles for eighteen bucks. You can't see it from these angles, but one of the ties is a Tabasco-themed. I treat Tabasco like Visine, so clearly there were higher forces at work.