This is a very scattered post, however, I have a BIG shoot tomorrow in which I have to have three outfit options ready and I currently have half of one. Today will consist of a lot of running around, crying in dressing rooms, panicked purchases and trying to find a look that represents my personality, brand and style ideals. No pressure. I can put together some fierce outfits for you guys on Fridays, but when it comes to outfits for photo shoots I freeze like a deer in headlights and am never pleased with the result. My perfectionist tendencies always get the best of me.
So before I go bang on the doors of Bloomingdale’s to let me in early let’s discuss something else. Hunger Games. I read the series last year in like, a hot minute. As a Twilight lover I was game for any new young adult trilogy but this one was of another breed. One in which women are empowered not left pining for an undead, semi-violent lover (don’t worry Edward, still love you most). If I had a daughter I’d much rather she read Hunger Games than Twilight any day of the week. I loved it! So is it of much surprise that a bunch of friends and I are going to see it opening weekend? And even though I am THIRTY FREAKING TWO, we are kind of entertaining the idea of dressing up. And by “kind of” I mean we are planning our outfits now. I have grabbed the role of Katniss because I’m the only one with dark hair and leather pants in her possession. That and I’m a Leo so you know I have to be the lead role. In no attempt to conceal my dorkiness here is my ideal costume– one in which I could ditch the bow and arrow and actually go into a bar after and not look like a total psycho.
Burberry Brit anorak jacket, $650
The Row leather legging, $1,700
GUESS tall leather boots, $236
Anita Ko rose gold necklace, £1,885
Pixi beauty product, $22
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