This outfit pretty much represents what is going on in my brain at any given moment.
Colorful cockatiels trying to mate with bright stripes. It is like a smorgesboard of crazy, but I think it works.
But again, I think in cockatiels and stripes, so my thoughts should be taken with a grain of salt.
Unless you’re a cockatiel.
I’ve heard salt is bad for birds.
Not as bad as rocks. Or airplanes. Or cats. Or stripes.
Can we please be
sober serious for a moment?
I purchased this red and white striped skirt from eShatki years ago before I had a blog. It remains one of my favorite pieces in my closet and I previously wore it here.
The cockatiel top was another older purchase. It is by Daniel Rainn (I cannot find it or a similar enough top to link to, but I have seen this top on eBay). I bought it for $13 at Nordstrom Rack many years ago. I had never worn it before. It is a tricky top. It has a sheen and it is a peplum shape (hidden by the skirt).
I scored the Anthropologie Waterfront Wedges on a popback for 85% off recently (sold out, similar here). I have wanted to wear them with everything.
What do your thoughts look like? Are they bird and stripe shaped? Peanut and alligators? Polka dots and rabid wolves? I think I may have a problem. My thoughts don’t go together. But at least I can pretend that my outfit patterns do.