The buttons on this skirt remind me of eyes:
They’re like a double pelvic periscope or something. I don’t know what my pelvis might be looking at, but it’s looking at something. Creepy pelvic eyes aside, I like this skirt. It was actually a double-breasted, notch-collared, old-school Liz Claiborne dress when I first thrifted it. I love the print and the fullness of the skirt, but the top was pretty atrocious so I removed it and just kept the skirt. Which I paired with a teal tank (Old Navy), tan cardigan (Old Navy) and my riding boots (Born Crown “Sosie” via Nordstrom).
Although I can’t remove the buttons because the left one is functional, I think I might replace them with black buttons because the white ones really are sort of creepy. Also creepy and also looking at you? This handbag:
Do you guys remember seeing this Chloe bag in fashion magazines a couple of months ago? I remember thinking when I spotted it in Marie Claire that it was absolutely hideous. As it turns out, that level of hideousness is not even original. I saw this clutch while antiquing with FB this weekend:
Isn’t that crazy? It’s a taxidermy baby alligator affixed to an alligator clutch and it was handmade in
in the 50s. Cuba
I guess everything old is new again.
Happy Monday, Everyone!