Sooooo... I have a new addition to my shoe collection. Yes, they're Jeffrey Campbell "Salvatore" platforms... the coolest shoe in the universe... the shoe that literally goes with every color in the rainbow... the shoe I've been obsessing over my entire teenage life... I may sound dramatic, but really... they are Jeffrey Campbell "Salvatore" platforms (!). I think I'm allowed to be a bit dramatic. They were a sixteenth birthday present from my parents. Get used to these beauties, because you'll be seeing a lot of them.
Alright! Enough of my petty and possibly materialistic shoe obsession! Let's talk about some real fashion.
I just returned from a month-long summer art program, and I feel so reenergized fashion-wise. I'm super inspired, and I care even less about coordinating patterns (if that's possible). Fashion is more fun for me when I go by my first instinct of what looks good together. New experiences, especially trips to new places, cause me to rethink my fashion decisions... what makes things look "good" together?... why should I follow any fashion "rules"? So basically, I'm going to wear whatever I feel like wearing. It doesn't matter if it breaks the "rules" of fashion or doesn't "go together" or whatever. Life is too short to not carry a fish purse. Life is to short to not wear rainbow platforms. Life is too short to be boring.
Shorts, shirt, vintage from Goodwill. Shoes, Jeffrey Campbell. Glasses, Pangea. Necklace, permanently borrowed from my mom. Flowers, Forever 21 and h&m.