Here is the problem...vegan shoes just don't stand up to the test of elements or time. When I got these from Platos Closet they had NEVER been worn and were completely together. Just a year of wear and this is what you get! Now, I do admit there are vegan shoes that are great but most vegans I know buy cheap, made in China shoes and just buy them over and over again. I am looking for stuff that lasts and clearly these are not it. What is sad is these are SOOO comfy, they are fleece lined and insanely cozy....ahh well. Let the vegan boot hunt BEGIN!
Time for some Katie love!
Any vegan fashionistas out there that can point me in the right direction?
And now the hair is brown! This is pre-cut so it looks so frazzled and terrible. Showing how bad it really destroyed things. Honestly though i did a little trimming in hopes that that would be enough but it wasn't. See next post. Lots less hair. And honestly I should take of more but I just cannot bring myself to do so.
I seriously cannot believe its December 7th....the past few months have flown by. I even meant to do an outfit/instagram roundup (like usual) but have decided after December I am just going to do a two month roundup.
This sweater is very special to me. Winter kind of signifies the right time to wear it as its ridiculously warm. It was my grandmothers and my mom wore it as well.
Dress and Boots: Thrifted | Shelby's Place
Sweater: My Grandmothers
Leggings: New like 3 years ago..yah i know you can tell ;)
Well here you have it! The last of the purple hair.
This same day I went back to normal old Rachel hair and I couldn't be happier. WHILE purple was so fun and I wish I could have it all the time it really destroyed my hair. And honestly there is nothing SLOW about dying your hair. Especially to blonde. It requires so much investment of time and money getting your roots touched up and getting everything toned and blah de blah de blah. PLUS did I mention it DESTROYED my hair? I had to cut off a ton which is good to get rid of it but makes me sad. I like my hair longer. I really need to chop off even more but I just can't bring myself to do it.
So in the style of this blog I plan to slow my hair down. Take care of it more, take more time trying to grow it out and not destroy the crap out of it just for pretty purpleness (however it was sure pretty wasn't it?). I will miss it but will have to remember this when come a year from now I really want to do it. I am thinking of trying henna because I have read from many bloggers it has done wonders for their hair. Any thoughts?
Also I didn't even mention my clothing this blog post because it really was to be all about the hair but I mean seriously how adorable are the pastels in the winter snow!??!?!! more more more
Shirt, Belt and Headband: Thrifted | Shelby's Place
Sometimes on superiorly cloudy days I get really down. I definitely have seasonal affectiveness disorder or whatever it's called. On those days I just wanna wear how I feel so therefore the blue outfits come into play. I love pairing different prints in similar shades and mixing it all up with accessories. This blue coat is vintage and fan-freaking-tastic it rocks my cat socks off.
TENDEN could make anything cropped and I would be all about it. I own too many cropped tanks to count (or add up the cost ;)) and had to add this amazing cropped hoodie to my mix. I swear he makes these things just in my size so I am more tempted to buy everything :)
A couple weekends back I had the chance to go to Nashville for vacation and did the most touristy thing you can do! The Country Music Hall of Fame. I have been to Nashville before but had always left this little gem out of my trip. I am more of a music and whiskey kinda person not a touristy kinda gal. But I had to do it.
Country music stars wore some of the coolest pieces. I am obsessed with all of these jackets especially the one on the right.
Everyone needs a farm embroidered stage costume! The embroidery was amazing on all of these old country stage costumes....I was in vintage fashion geek heaven.