dress: c/o sugarlips, sandals: target, purse: thrifted
When I received this dress from Sugarlips in the mail a couple days ago and tried it on, my first thought was: fairy. I figured that if I crafted together tulle and some sheer, glittered fabric, then strapped it on my back as wings, I would most certainly look like some enchanting little mythological creature. I entertained this thought quite excitedly because who wouldn't want to be a fairy? The dress is really a pretty little thing though. I'm decidedly in love with the asymmetrical/ high-low hemline. This is my first garment with this sort of hemline, but I hope I find more because they are incredibly fun! I know some people hate them (what with the name, "the mullet skirt", I understand why...), but I personally find it lovely. Your thoughts on the trend? Apparently it originated in the Victorian era, which is fascinating to me.
As I've mentioned before, I've been hanging out with more people lately and doing some fun things, one of which includes going to see Moonrise Kingdom! I know, I'm a bit late getting on board that train - but I saw it and that's what matters! And dang. It was good. After Fantastic Mr. Fox and Moonrise Kingdom, I can truly say I'm a fan of Wes Anderson. His delivery of themes and just the aesthetics of the film were truly beautiful. Not to mention Moonrise Kingdom was set in the 60s. Even better! Also, my desire for a record player has greatly increased after seeing the movie. As well as my desire for saddle shoes ("Sunday school shoes")... Well, happy Friday! xx
currently listening to // Jeffery Dallas - Jellyfish