top: marshalls, pink vesty thing: f21, shorts: papaya, heels: charlotte russe, necklace: nordstrom rack
Patrick and I visited the Walker Art Museum. The decor of the place had me at hello. Seeeriously. It’s all modern art. I must admit, some of the pieces were a bit too much for me. But I can appreciate the level of artistic talent and inspiration needed to produce such unique things. ^These^ are some my fave shots from the visit.
image cc: http://biblebread.wordpress.com/2010/04/
top: thrifted, headband: aldo, dress as skirt: maurices, shoes: garage sale
Color-blocking basically means, you know those pieces that you used to think clashed? And you eeked at the thought of wearing them together? Give them another go. Because right now, it works! It’s basically like world’s most fun trend. Who doesn’t like bright colors? Seriously. I felt like a rainbow walking down the street.
Speaking of walking down the street… Can I just paint a quick picture for you? Had to take my outfit picture minus hubby today. Enter substitute photographer, AKA: stepladder and three shoeboxes, and a tiny little lid to keep my lens upright (do you think it might be time to invest in a tripod?? I think so. But dang it’s so hard to not spend my personal fund on things I can actually wear). Back to my picture. I’m walking down the street looking like this ^ with clunky stepladder in one arm, and huge bag with boxes in it in the other. Conclusion… you really can’t care a whole lot what your neighbors think of you when you do a fashion blog.
Have a lovely, rainbow-filled, day. (Annnnd my blog has now become an episode of Sesame Street)
top: maurices, blue cardi/vest: garage sale, belt: wet seal, jeans: macys, platform heels: charlotte russe, nerd glasses: charlotte russe, necklace: walgreens
It was kind of like spring had been bottled up on a shelf and forgotten for the month of March in Minneapolis. All the sunshine and warmth that had been suppressed for so long busted out all at once. To be honest, I knew this day was coming about 2 weeks ago. Thanks to accuweather.com. It’s always good to have a sunny warm day to look forward to.