January 13, 2011


"Oh my god the things I’d do to you if I could have gone out tonight."

About the only thing a Vermont blizzard is good for is creating the perfect situation for early-morning-hour sexting. And there are very few things I love more than early-morning-hour sexting. Over-the-knee Italian leather boots come to mind, and Criminal Minds marathons so I can stare at Shemar Moore for hours on end, but other than that…not much. I’m a writer. Is it really that surprising words affect me that much?

Thanks, Nature…

XOXO

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January 28, 2011


February 18, 2011


OH MY EVERLOVING GOD THESE ARE LITERALLY MY DREAM COME TRUE.Quick— take my two favorite things and mash them together.NeedwantmusthavewherecanIfind them?!XOXO

OH MY EVERLOVING GOD THESE ARE LITERALLY MY DREAM COME TRUE.
Quick— take my two favorite things and mash them together.
NeedwantmusthavewherecanIfind them?!
XOXO

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February 22, 2011


February 26, 2011


learningtosee:

MET 15 We met these two VERY excited women in Venice on their way to a birthday party. I made this capture as they tiptoed away in the rain experiencing a new dimension to the historical  theatre of their costumes.

Fucking LOVE the heels on the cobblestone streets. Ugh, I miss how much talent it took to wear heels in Italy.
XOXO

learningtosee:

MET 15 We met these two VERY excited women in Venice on their way to a birthday party. I made this capture as they tiptoed away in the rain experiencing a new dimension to the historical  theatre of their costumes.

Fucking LOVE the heels on the cobblestone streets. Ugh, I miss how much talent it took to wear heels in Italy.

XOXO

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Socks

In love with these shoes, and this color scheme. What a well put-together outfit! I love how it’s sweet and tough at the same time.
XOXO

gracemeoww:

Socks

In love with these shoes, and this color scheme. What a well put-together outfit! I love how it’s sweet and tough at the same time.

XOXO

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February 27, 2011


March 25, 2011


June 30, 2011


Ok, so, I stole this DIY from the latest issue of ELLE— they used a raincoat (or anorak, if you want to get really British,) but I found this slightly glitzy sweaterdress for $7 yesterday at Second Time Around in Burlington (gotta love thrifting!) and thought it’d be PERFECT. This cold-shoulder looks is so trendy right now, and is a great way to show a little unexpected skin. Here’s how to do it:
Step 1— Find a longsleeved shirt, dress, or jacket that you don’t mind cutting up and making more fabulous.
Step 2— Try it on, and decide where/how big you want to make your cut-outs. A good rule of thumb (shoulder?) is that your shoulder should be easily exposed, and there’s enough “bag” to the sleeve that it drapes and hangs gracefully.
Step 3— After making sure the sleeve is completely lined up one side on top of the other— just match your seams— and after carefully marking your cut lines, use a pair of sharp scissors to cut a half-moon out of the top of your sleeves by the shoulder. One half-moon should translate into a perfectly round, symmetrical hole, if you do it right. (For an easy way to cheat, I laid my first cut sleeve over my second un-cut one, and used it as a guideline to make a mirror image hole the same size. It worked well.)
Step 4— Try it on, and alter further to fit your desires. If you plan ahead and leave some extra fabric to hem it, you can if you want so that you aren’t left with any sharp or uneven edges, but I personally like the way that cut fabric rolls up back into itself. Ta-da! Enjoy your new (old) very fashion-forward look!
XOXO

Ok, so, I stole this DIY from the latest issue of ELLE— they used a raincoat (or anorak, if you want to get really¬†British,) but I found this slightly glitzy sweaterdress for $7 yesterday at Second Time Around in Burlington (gotta love thrifting!) and thought it’d be PERFECT. This cold-shoulder looks is so trendy right now, and is a great way to show a little unexpected skin. Here’s how to do it:

Step 1— Find a longsleeved shirt, dress, or jacket that you don’t mind cutting up and making more fabulous.

Step 2— Try it on, and decide where/how big you want to make your cut-outs. A good rule of thumb (shoulder?) is that your shoulder should be easily exposed, and there’s enough “bag” to the sleeve that it drapes and hangs gracefully.

Step 3— After making sure the sleeve is completely lined up one side on top of the other— just match your seams— and after carefully marking your cut lines, use a pair of sharp scissors to cut a half-moon out of the top of your sleeves by the shoulder. One half-moon should translate into a perfectly round, symmetrical hole, if you do it right. (For an easy way to cheat, I laid my first cut sleeve over my second un-cut one, and used it as a guideline to make a mirror image hole the same size. It worked well.)

Step 4— Try it on, and alter further to fit your desires. If you plan ahead and leave some extra fabric to hem it, you can if you want so that you aren’t left with any sharp or uneven edges, but I personally like the way that cut fabric rolls up back into itself. Ta-da! Enjoy your new (old) very fashion-forward look!

XOXO

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July 3, 2011


2 VERY dirty martinis deep. 5 inch heels. Standard Civic. Beating my boyfriend from the green light— Priceless.

XOXO

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October 17, 2011


October 25, 2011


I always go straight from a man’s face down to his shoes, because anything his face won’t tell you, his shoes will.
XOXO

I always go straight from a man’s face down to his shoes, because anything his face won’t tell you, his shoes will.

XOXO

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