Keeping things short today as I’ll be out shooting for the most part this afternoon. I’ve somehow managed to get a few good projects on the go, all to be featured here sous peu of course… Also, this weekend is PucePop, where I will be spending a huge chunk of my time. There are loads of fun things happening there and I love uncovering new designers, but I’ll leave those details for a proper post.
So, on to the subject at hand, yes? Because everyone likes an outfit post! Since starting to do them on a fairly steady basis I’ve come to realize something about the way I dress: I’m really into the little details. Be it a bright plastic ring, or little bow necklace (below)… Or maybe a particular pair of shoes? Until pretty recently I was even wary of patterns, but never consciously. I just gravitate towards simple cuts and classic styles which is why for some time I struggled with doing outfit posts at all.
Being inspired to blog by the one and only susie bubble way back when, I’d always felt as though my outfits ought to be as consistently bold as hers for them to be worth posting. I also didn’t want to fall into the category of predictable posters who keep things so distinctly similar there really isn’t any point to posting.
And so here we are. You (maybe) still reading, and me (finally) getting to the point: (and realizing that this isn’t keeping things short at all..) I love me some details, especially when they speak for themselves.I don’t often pile on mounds of accessories, nor do I like throwing on more than about four layers at any given time. Needless to say, I’m a bit of a minimalist leaning to the casual side of things when it comes to my daily dress and this marinière top and a bow necklace I fell in love with at H&M a few years ago over some black bottoms are a perfect example of why. Classic, easy to wear and the little details get the spotlight.