Went to dinner in Lodi today, the "Zinfandel Capital of the World". Though that has absolutely no significance to my existence because I'm not of drinking age. I wore this dress I bought in New York, from Century 21. When my sister told me about this place I thought it was a joke because the only Century 21 I knew of deals with real estate. But basically, Century 21 is like a higher class TJ Max. There's All Saints, Alice + Olivia, DVF, and...Alexander McQueen! There wasn't much of McQueen on the day that I went but I managed to find this dress. Originally $425, it was at Century 21 for $180 and they were having a 50% off sale. The dress isn't magnificently intricate but it fits well and I feel like it's going to be a good basic to have around. I can definitely dress it up and wear some bold accessories with it.
Oh and yes, my hair is a bit shorter. I went to the Butterfly Studio in NYC and I'm actually quite disappointed. They charged me $150 (not including the tip) for a trim and most of my time was spent with an assistant. I had avoided going to a super high end salon so that I could have a good stylist solely work on me but that wasn't the case. The stylist only spent about 10 minutes with me and didn't really listen to what I wanted.