earthyPosted: February 10, 2012
i’ve got a case of the winter boreds. or the winter lazies. or the february ruts. hitting the mid-winter wall. something.
i’m still thrifting, but i’m too lazy to take photos. and nothing i’ve bought has been too earth-shatteringly awesome.
it’s fashion week in NYC this week.
so in honor of that, here’s me modeling a couple hippie earth-toned thrifted sweaters.
my ghetto version of fashion week.
(i’m also wearing some $3 mia clogs i found in the summer right after i said i wanted some like julianne moore was wearing in crazy, stupid, love. another case where you declare you want something and *poof* it magically appears. in your size!!! now these of course aren’t nearly as cool as julianne moore’s, but good enough for me, i say.)
made in scotland. c.n. macauslan and co. 100% wool. it reminds me of my diamond flokati rug. i’m diving into this 70s look headfirst, i tell ya. 70s clothing, 70s decor.
here i’m pumping my jeep’s tires full of air for tomorrow’s pending snowstorm (it’s the only time i drive the ol’ jeep, when there’s snow.) we’ve been SO LUCKY this winter. temps have been so warm, i’ve barely worn a winter coat AT ALL. just a good heavy sweater is all i’ve needed. it’s been heavenly.
but tomorrow’s another story and i’ll be needing my jeep’s 4WD and something heavier than a sweater.
action shot, although i wasn’t able to capture the foot pump in the photo. it’s my secret to slim legs. have a tire with a slow leak so you always have to pump her up. a terrific leg workout.
another hippie 70s sweater:
vintage clipper mist “knitwear of distinction” zipped cardigan.
also wearing last year’s thrifted michael kors wedge shoes.
and that concludes the ghetto fashion show.
is this stoneware designs west?
the pattern looks similar to some other vases i own, but this glaze is more shiny.
i prefer a matte finish but that pitcher and tumblers were all dirt cheap and had that 70s look i’m liking, so i grabbed them.
and that’s about all i’ve got.
damn, that was a boring post. i’ve got to hire some new writers.