Sunday, January 29, 2012
Patterned Scarf (vintage)
Oversized sweater (secondhand)
Distressed skinnies (Levi's, "too superlow")
Platform Boots (Goodwill)
I like my Sunday super cozy, and there's nothing more comfortable in my closet than this oversized to-the-max sweater! :)
The scarf came in a box with other scarves and vintage hair accessories as a gift from my grandmother, and this has become one of my favorite vintage pieces. Although I'd love to participate in the pastels trend, I've been sticking to my tried and true jewel tones. I'm having trouble finding one that doesn't wash me out. :l Anybody have any suggestions?
Anyway, I'm back home again after spending a wonderful weekend with the semi-long-distance DBF, and although I'm glad to be back to my blogging and such, I always miss him way too soon. :( I'm sure a lot of you have it worse than us because we're only about 40 miles apart at the moment, but it's still tough. Ah, well - Distance makes the heart grow fonder, eh? ;)
We watched Up in the Air which is super cute (directed by Jason Reitman, who also directed Juno) and Tropic Thunder, which I found to be surprisingly very funny. I'd recommend them both, although if you're not a fan of crude humor or if you're easily offended, Tropic Thunder is probably not for you. (I admit, I was offended by some of the humor!)
On Saturday, I started to draw which I don't usually do (and am not very good at, but progress, not perfection. ;D). It's on a big poster board and it's not finished yet, but I'm impressed with it thus far and wanted to share! Keep in mind that I didn't bring my camera, so I took it with my cell phone; photo quality is sub par.
It's supposed to be an old gnarly tree in front of a guitar fence. I'll have to post more photos when it's finished!
I'm off to make dinner now, but thank's for reading and see you next time!