Trying to be a city girl:
UO top hand-embrodiered by myself, Topshop pants, Disney crystal doughnut necklace
sparkle & fade sweater, AG jeans
Gap top, Acne Jeans, Chloé necklace from off the runway
Alice & Olivia dress
Wonky face, thrifted chicken bag, UO jelly shoes and blazer, Yumi leggings, Margret by be cool top
Right now I’m sitting in my macaron pajama bottoms and a sweatshirt (cause all my tops are dirty) watching Candidly Nicole. Outside it is raining and not the romantic British kind of rain, but a disgusting scary type of rain (the kind that scares Sonny Angels).
I really wanted to do a week in casual style, but with the recent chaos that is my life, I haven’t managed to take any decent photos. So, I decided to draw on the pictures because that’s what you do when you take grainy photos. This week I was trying to look like I actually am a New Yorker. These days, although I live in my black quilted boots, I look like a French girl on most days. But who says you have to have your own style? Why can’t your style be versatile? Maybe my ideas are just crazy after all I do own a chicken bag.