The title is referring to the horse jockey, not the underwear brand. Just sayin'. But yes, I feel like a jockey in this outfit. I feel like its very J.Crew, especially with the faux bob, which is my new fave hair style.
This dog sweater vest is from 3 years ago, I love it, especially with the shirt buttoned up to the top.
This brown bomber is also from around the same time I bought the sweater vest.
"It looks like a flower is growing out of your head." Love the brass headband, goes so well with my hair color.
I like these skinnies, theyre cropped and they arent quite a denim. Skinny belt, has a cool python print, stray away from matching all your neutrals; have variety.
Faire Isle socks one of my best friends bought for me for Christmas.
I bought new combat boots and they came in the mail yesterday, too bad theyre beyond huge. I usually always get my size right but I looked at the reviews and changed my mind. Boohoo.
Ive seen this trend a lot lately. It originated in Australia, I love how it looks on Abbey Lee. I bet some hair dressers had mini heart attacks when they saw this regrowth-on-purpose look. Personally, I think it's sort of rebel-chic.
Top Shop is currently flooded with models sporting this 'do for the spring collection.
I wish I could rock this look, but my hair is just too dark and Id have to lighten (and damage) it a lot to achieve it. If I could, I'd do a light aquamarine color. Would you try this trend out?
I wore this outfit to our New Years lunch/dinner party. I bought this dress in Haight-Ashbury. I love how the sleeves are bell shaped and connected to the dress. Im not sure what I would call this, a sort of hybrid bat wing perhaps.
The diamond detailing and turtle neck add to the uniqueness.
One problem with the dress is its length. It's way too short, especially for a girl as tall as me and when you lift your arms...uh-oh.
I paired it with a simple, suede kitten heel to keep the attention on the dress. The bug ring is also from Haight-Ashbury.