Friday, November 2, 2012

On afternoons and non-sequiturs

What I'm wearing:
Maxi dress (Modcloth)
Golden bracelet (Thrifted)
Leather watch (Thrifted
Ankle strap sandals (Zara)

Oh, you know. Just some mid-autumn stumbling across plowed fields and patches of flowers in colder-than-anticipated temperatures (yes, the pictures are deceiving). Beautiful photos courtesy of the incredible Kelly (whose Flickr is linked here!)

Hilarious things regarding maxi dresses: sometimes when I'm walking in them, the back hem feels distinctly like a tail, which is altogether rather amusing.

In other news, I'm starting to realize that Fall is (in all honesty) my favorite season. It's arguably the most colorful one - the trees turn blazing golden colors and everything is a burst of pigment and the air is crisp and life is brimming with a kind of elusive clarity. If my entire life had to be a season, I'd like it to resemble Fall - an existence with distinct vibrancy. Obviously these are egregious half-excuses at describing such a lovely season, but oh well. November has already come around the corner, marking the beginning of the monochrome season (in which probably more than 50 shades of grey exist), especially in Ithaca and its infinitely shitty weather. Since this seems to be a blog post of irrelevance and non-sequiturs, the weather report for the remainder of this week is the embodiment of hilarity (read: snow). Meanwhile, the rest of my family wakes up to a beautiful 85 degree day in California. The juxtaposition is more than slightly laughable.

Fields of gold


Into the sunlight

If you're a bird, I'm a bird


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