Monday, October 31, 2011

Halloween Outfit 2011


Okay I hadn't planned to share a costume outfit but I was pretty happy with how this came together! Most of my costumes remain in storage, so I pulled bits and pieces together to make a Black Hat costume. I totally wore this to my Monday night class! Hope you all are enjoying your Halloween!

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Sew Sunday Feature: Sheila Ephemera

Hello Everybody! I would be remiss if I did not share with my readers my blog-sister, the lovely Sheila of Ephemera, wearing one of the belts I made from Ally's ties. This outfit was her submission for Fall Trends: Brights Day. Check out that gorgeous royal blue sweater and matching pumps! Be sure to drop by her blog and see who those lovely little ears belong too!

See my wearing of the obi belt here.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Fall Trends: Favorite

Rabbit vest - thrifted, DIY'd
Tee - Old Navy, gift
Jeans - Mossimo, thrifted
Hepat boots - Tsubo

Wow! Fall Favorite day already. My outfit may be more "winter" favorite because it is cold. My favs today are my fur vest and OTK boots. This vest used to be a coat. I thrifted it for $10 and decided to remake it into something a little more wearable becauseI have a jacket that I grab more often that's more fitted. So some time with scissors and the sewing machine, I fitted down the coat into a furry vest. (The excess fur has been kindly donated to my mom's outside stray-kitties' igloo for winter warmth)

My "pajama" boots made a fun contrast to the silky rabbit fur. They're going to be a go-to for the coldest days this winter. Also since Keely is wearing the tunic she bought from me today, I decided to belt the vest with the belt she gifted to me!

Don't forget to check out all the participants from this week. I'm still making my rounds to catch up because we had a great group and I don't want to miss a single post.

Participants: Email Keely with one fav photo from this week's challenge BY SUNDAY to be included in a roundup.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Fall Trends: Brights

Sweater - Jones Wear, thrifted
Skirt - thrifted
Boots - Fluevog, ebay

While this outfit would have been perfect for yesterday's stripes, it was the only thing I could realllly work out to wear for Brights Day. I almost didn't wear this either, because it was 40 degrees this morning! Brr. I decided to suck it up and give these cotton lined wool tights a try. I spent two years trying to convince myself they'd make a difference for wearing skirts in cold weather, and actually they work pretty well. I still need to see how they wash first, but initially they seem like a good investment.

I think my fringe is getting too long to wear straight down. I need to decide if I want them short or if I want to try and grow them out. Any thoughts? I'm probably going for a trim in November.

EDITED TO ADD: Do not forget to send pictures for the Fall Trends Round up to Keely before this Sunday!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Fall Trends: Stripes

Tee - Talbots, thrifted
Jacket - thrifted
Jeans - One Star, thrifted
Boots - Wanted, ebay
Necklace - DIY

Polka Dots or Stripes day! You know me, I'm a stripey girl through and through. This was NOT my intended outfit for today. Weather turned on its head, it's rainy. Also I had to do my volunteer work today, which meant I'd be on my feet for a minimum of three hours in a hot kitchen. So I picked my 99p ebay boots which have incredible traction.Striped shirt and jeans, boring? I jazzed it up with my big chains looped around. They did come off before cooking, but I liked the look ultimately.

Here's some other stripey good looks I've done:

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Fall Trends: Midi

 Dress - Karen Kane, ebay
Wool Under skirt - Banana Reublic, thrifted
Shoes - American Eagle, thrifted
Jewelry - liberated from my mom's collection

Happy Midi/Maxi Day, Everyone! I am not a maxi-fan in my own personal style, though I think they look fab on many people. They often overwhelm my petite figure, so I went for some layered skirts to create a midi look.  We're going to play another guessing game, because I really do love these - Where do you think this dress is from? It totally has elements of the awesome All Saints, but I was floored to stumble across it on ebay by another brand.

The shoes are newly thrifted. These puppies set me back a whole $2 (For those who don't know, I thrift shoes and wear them those last few wears.. I tend to feel bad for the ones that are pre-loved). These had a heel shape similar to Fluevog Summertimes family. I've been wanting a pair, and stalking via ebay, but so far none have shown up in the right size. I was ** <- that close to a pair of Haights until the seller said they were a 7.5 and the 7s fit them. Ah, well. The thrifting gods smiled on me and these sandals popped up. Think I can get away with wearing tights with them?

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Fall Trends: Menswear

Leather Piano Tie - gift
Blouse - Banana Republic, thrifted
Skirt - All Saints
Flats - BOC, ebay

Happy Men's Wear/Oversized Pant Day! I stuck with the menswear look because my Mom gave me this leather tie awhile back. I looove the piano design. I knew I'd have to wear it with my All Saints skirt. Now speaking of the skirt... I removed the underskirt.  

Wait! Before you throw things, I removed it because the skirt was just so darn over the top, I felt like it's everyday wearableness was reduced. And for my tiny wardrobe that just doesn't work. So I snipped all that excess fabric off. I'll probably use it for some project or other, but for now, I have a wearable skirt. Also, it made the skirt about two inches shorter, which doesn't overwhelm my figure as much. Oh and in case you were interested, this skirt is back up for sale on the All Saints Archive site.

Go check out Cara's Oversized pant fused with Menswear inspired look, plus her transitional peplum dress look. While you're at it, go send Wendy Brandes your peplum looks.

See Keely's awesome Menswear round up.

Go see Sweet'n'Sage's Menswear and oversized pant look, and hey we sortof match!

While you're at it, don't forget to see all the rest of the participants. They all look fabulous today!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Fall Trends: Snake

Silk Blouse - The limited, thrifted
Yellow wool skirt - BB Dakota, gift
Belt - Betsey Johnson
Flats - Frye, ebay

I certainly could not pass up an opportunity to pull out this breezy silk top. It's one of my favorite thrifted finds. I just don't happen to wear it very often. A pity because it's such a great piece. I have wanted to pair it with this yellow skirt for a long time. I'm short on words today because I'm a little tired, so I'll let some fabulous participants speak for me.

Check out Heather and Kayla over at Style Journey for an incredible Snake-print round up.

Go check out this past snake print round up by Wendy Brandes featuring me wearing this blouse. Don't miss out on her leopard round up either!

Don't forget to head over the Keely's blog and see her own animal print round up.

And if you're just finding out about Fashion Challenge, feel free to join the game late. Just click on the button in my sidebar to join up.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

In Search Of

I have been on a Search.

Lately, it's been an obsession to find the right black platform ankle boot. I used to have these, which were a gift. They weren't perfect, and they hit the donation pile about 4 times. But the reason they were pulled out is because they filled a niche in my closet that I've been unable to really fill since wearing them out. Tall stomping boots with a badass edge.

Lately, my biggest love has been these old Alice + Olivia with Payless collab boots from a couple years ago. It breaks me up because I know the likelihood of me finding a pair is next to nil. The drool worthy, but $370, Fluevog Silverlakes are a big favorite as well. I've seen these pop up on ebay, but never much less than retail. Jeffery Campbell's illustrious Clinic boots weigh in at a slightly cheaper $180, still more than I'm looking for. I'm kicking myself for not being as smart of a shopper a couple of years ago, because I remember when the Alice + Olivia boots came out.

Alice + Olivia Madison Boot
Jeffery Campbell Clinic Boot
Fluevog Silverlake Boot
Do you ever go on searches for that perfect item? What do you do when you just can't find the right thing? Seen any good black ankle boots?

Friday, October 21, 2011

Overshooting Stars

 Hat, wrist cuff - Target
Jeans - Divided, thrifted
Sweater - Etsy, vintage
Boots - Fluevog, ebay

Brr! Last night we had our first freeze. I knew I'd need a warm cozy outfit for today. I got this cotton sweater off etsy sometime during the summer. I'm definitely gearing more towards my winter clothes. The weather is still warming up in the afternoons and will be back in the 70s by next week. Do you live somewhere with bi-polar weather? How do you handle the drastic shifts in temps?

Don't forget, Fashion Challenge: Fall Trends starts on Monday!~

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Autumn has Fallen

 Tee - Banana Republic, thrifted
Cardigan - Intuitions, thrifted
Jeggings - Mossimo, thrifted
Boots - Frye, ebay
Wooden bangle - thrifted

So it dropped 30 degrees in the span of about 36 hours. It was hitting the 80s earlier this week and today is in the 50s. Brr! I actually needed a jacket on top of the cardigan.

The cardigan is one of the hoarded winter/fall gear pieces that have languished away in my winter drawer waiting for the temps to drop (maybe not quite so far...) but I'm happy to finally be able to start pulling these things out. And hooray! These boots. I've been waiting too long to really wear them. I'm happy to say they're wonderfully cozy against the cold weather, and best damn 4 inch heel I've ever worn.

I'm heading over to my mom's for the day. So I may not be able to post tomorrow, but I'll still try to catch up on my blogroll via phone if possible.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

70s Rain

 Silk Tunic - thrifted
Leather skirt - vintage, thrifted
Pearl Hart Pumps - Fluevog

Thanks to everyone for all the advice and suggestions on volunteering. I finally found a place after asking around. This outfit was sort of a poor choice for today's weather. It was pooouring when we took today's photos, and now it's bright and sunny (but cool). Tomorrow's temps are expecting to be in the 50s though, so I wanted to squeak this outfit in before I was in boots for the next 5 months.

This blouse? Tunic? was thrifted a few weeks ago. The psychedelic colors were really cool, but also - it was 100% silk. For $2. Not much else to say other than this was a fun outfit, I wish I had a reason to be so dressed up.

Speaking of being dressed up - Have you checked out Fashion Challenge: Fall Trends yet? We've got a lovely bunch of participants so far, and we'd love to have you.

Monday, October 17, 2011

DIY Monday

Jeans - Spacegirlz, thrifted
Boots - Fluevog, ebay
Custom Harness - Audra Jean

I usually try hard to keep positivity here, but to be honest, I'm having a really rough morning. It's also fall break, which is just making this harder. The biggest thing going on is that I have to do 3 hours of volunteer work for one of my classes, which is no big deal, right? I mean, I live in the Volunteer State! Wrong! I've been turned down by no less than 7 places so far. Places are either booked up, require a hiring process for "full time" type volunteers or require background checks (not a problem, except I'm now running out of time because our papers based on work is due next Monday, and those checks take time). So I'm feeling a bit disheartened, especially since I volunteered all throughout my teens, and still give lots of my time to different people and places.

On a much more positive note - this shirt! I've been planning a bleach-dye project for awhile, and this shirt came along via my Mom. I got a wild hair this weekend and bleached it. The jeans are newly thrifted. Here's the question for the day - do you want the Sew Sunday how-to today or this weekend? It's up here.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Sew Sunday: Bleach Out

So my mom is all the time passing on clothing to me, gifted, thrifted or otherwise. Some of it gets re-gifted, some worn once or twice, and others - they become heavy staples in my closet. My mom is an excellent shopper. But sometimes I can just see the greater potential of something. I think that's where my creativity spawns from. So when she gave me this off-color charcoal top, I knew I had finally gotten the garment that would be subjected to my current obsession - Bleach dyeing.

First things first, Supply list:
Garment to be bleached. Stick with a dark color for best results
Hydrogen peroxide!
A well-ventilated spot (Probably not your bathroom, unless you have some large windows you can open)

Click to embiggen

To start, decide how you want to create your pattern. I wanted to do a spray/gradient design, but if you know how to tie-dye, then feel free to get extra creative with it.

I used a regular old spray bottle full of bleach. Most tutorials will highly suggest to dilute your bleach to a 50/50 reduction. Instead, I lazily dampened and rung out my shirt really well. I already had bleach in a bottle. I then laid out the shirt in the base of my tub. You may want to do this outside though. It was late when I did this and didn't want to disturb my neighbors.

I sprayed the bottom hemlines very liberally, front and back.  I wound out wringing things out a couple of times, and respraying. Don't be lazy like me, you'll probably get better results.

After awhile, I wound up with a red(?!) gradient. I decided last minute to spray around the collar, but since it was drier, it bleached very fast.

Finally I dumped the shirt into a sink with about a 40/60 mixture of peroxide/water. It will fizz! You don't really need a ton, but this will stop the bleach from burning the fabric. Then rinse really good. Finally toss it into the washer with some old towels you don't mind getting dirty (or by itself, if you aren't behind on laundry like I am). Wash and dry like normal. Done!

Color results not accurate, but it does show the pattern nicely!
Now - Wear it out!

More color accurate

Friday, October 14, 2011

Friday Tunic

Tunic (Berla Dress) - All Saints
Jeans - One Star, thrifted newstock
Boots - Wanted, ebay
Star Wrist cuff - Target

Woo! I think this is my final piece of my last All Saints haul. This long sleeved tunic dress is something I've been hunting ever since the introduction to tank dresses. I really wanted some sleeved layering dresses. This little ditty popped up on the All Saints archive site for I think ~$25. Which was less than many other tee shirt dresses or at least comparable in price, not to mention it was in an endlessly useful grey. I had planned to cut off that weird fabric belt thing, and I'm still waffling about that. It does give the outfit visual interest if I want to wear the tunic alone, but eeeeh, I dunno. Thoughts?

I did have on a skirt layered over this but changed into jeans. I hate to wear jeans three times in a week, but Friday evening class calls for jeans and flat shoes (Wellness).

Struggling to come up with a look for a certain day of FC? Keep a look out this weekend for my Fashion Challenge inspirational polyvores. Haven't joined yet? Well why not!

Thursday, October 13, 2011


Blouse - thrifted
Jeans - The Limited, thrifted
Flats - Indigo by Clarks, ebay

Well fall is definitely here to stay. The leaves are falling, and the wind is blowing! This is the only photo out of 8 or 9 that wasn't completely windblown. I'm wearing my black top and denim today in honor of Team WendyB! Go check me and other Wendy Teammates out over at her blog. 

I thrifted this top. I've been wanting one of those embroidered dresses like this, but they aren't really my style and I never really came across the right one. I found this top while looking for sleeved shirts. I liked that it was black, the florals were slightly more abstract that most patterns usually are, and I loved the lace up front. I think it works for me. I've actually worn this a bunch during these last few days of warmish weather, but this is its first day on the blog.

Speaking of fall, have you been over to the masterpost for Keely and my Fashion Challenge: Fall Trends yet? Check it out, and sign up if you wanna rock the trends with us.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

They're here

 Dress - ny collection, thrifted
Belt - thrifted
Flats - Frye, ebay

Yayayay! Okay, so like I said on my Massive Shoe Sunday, I got a pair of Frye flats in addition to the boots. These only cost me a mere $20. I was expecting a pair of used shoes, but these babies are NEW. The soles were not even scratched. So unless someone wore them only inside, there's no damage on them. I originally saw these in black, but not in my size, and knew I'd get them if they ever popped up in my size. I grabbed them so fast when I saw how little the BIN was. I wish I knew the style name because now that I have these, I want them even more in black. They're my dream flats. Lots of straps and buckles and over the top gorgeousness. Can I mention they're also in that deliciously thick tough Frye Leather? Yes!

So delish!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Tank - thrifted
Fishnets - DIY from tights
Jeans - American Eagle, gift
Booties - Faryl Robin, ebay
Necklace - gift

Woo! I felt creative today. I thrifted this poor tank over the summer and wore it pretty much solely on weekends. It really didn't feel like my style, but it had some odd staining on one of the straps (you can kind of see it, it's blue), and it reminded me of ice cream. I kind of carried it around for awhile before finally accepting that it couldn't go back on the rack. 

The green fishnets were an impulse purchase thinking I've have tons of outfits to pair them with. Unfortunately the odd shade of green didn't complement many of my dresses, so it got a visit to Mr.Scissors. I think they added a nice contrast to this sweet top. I was kindof down about these boots when I first got them, but I'm not sure how I didn't buy them sooner. The heel/platform height is delish, and they are so comfortable now. Expect the unexpected I guess!

Speaking of guessing, I was wondering the other day - How tall do you think I am? It's easy to find out (just check my swaps page), but I wonder about the height impression I make on my readers. Do I read as tall, petite or average height?

Monday, October 10, 2011

Happy (Canada) Thanksgiving

 Top - All Saints
Skirt - BB Dakota, gift
Chain belt - DIY
Boots - Jump, ebay

Happy Thanksgiving to my friends in the North! Hope you all are enjoying your holiday.

I've felt sort of frustrated with my closet. I know I've got some GREAT pieces, but sometimes I'll get in a rut and feel like I can't put pieces together into an outfit that *works*. So I gave myself a freebie today and decided even if I wasn't going to wear it all day, I'd sit down and try on a bunch of outfits until I found one I liked visually and then go from there. The skirt was the starting point. A gift from the lovely Sheila, it is a very strange weaved fabric (50% wool/50% rayon).. but it falls wonderfully and is the perfect shade of yellow.

Next I pulled out this All Saints top (that caused Wendy B to shop!). Now these two pieces I wouldn't typically pair on a Monday for a very specific reason: I have a 3 hour class to sit through. I don't know about you, but I hate having two snug-fitting clothing items on while sitting for hours on end. Adding the chain belt didn't help. But overall I liked the concept, I felt good flouncing around in this for a couple of hours before changing into the outfit linked above with my pleather jacket for added warmth.

Don't forget, sign ups for the next Fashion Challenge started today. You've got nearly two weeks to plan! Keep an eye out this weekend here on Megan Mae Daily for inspirational Polyvores.

Fashion Challenge: Fall Trends


It's Fashion Challenge time bloggers! Keely and I have done it again! This month we're focusing on Fall Trends we love and hope you do too. And this time, it's a Dis or Dat! (Catch the reference for extra bonus points)

How it works:
  1. Sign up here on the linky. Leave a comment please! (Past Linkys get deleted when new ones are created, so that may be some incentive)
  2. Grab the button above (save it to your computer and use it like a regular photo).
  3. Post the button on your sidebar or in each Fashion Challenge post and link back to one or our blogs.
  4. Dress up and post your Fashion Challenges from Monday, October 24 to Saturday, October 29, 2011.
  5. At the end of the week email Keely at with your favorite Fashion Challenge outfit photo so you can be included in the round-up.

    Anyone can participate for whichever days works for them, All or One. If you want, just give me a heads up.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Tiger Blood

Tunic - Cynthia Rowley, swapped
Skinnies - Joe's Jeans, thrifted NWT
Mule Flats - thrifted

Ohhh Friday. I'm beginning to sort of dread Fridays. For most people, it's the last day of the week, the start of the weekend. For me, it's a full day of classes, work work work, and never enough time to cook, eat, blog, until well after 10/11pm. I left class a bit early to go meditate outside in the bright warm sunshine, and I feel energized. I've tried to do that while the weather is so warm and nice. 

I was channeling Keely today. As you may know, Fashion Challenge link-up starts first thing Monday morning, so I guess her style was on my mind. This tunic came from her. I picked up these skinny jeans for $1.94... retail tags still attached ($158!).. I adore the comfortable fit, the shorter than average legs (for my petite frame, means less bunching fabric), and the greenish grey color. Weird because I keep feeling over skinnies, but I've thrifted two pairs recently. Maybe in preparation for boot-tucking?

I actually paid $2 for the flats too, and I think the jeans were actually the better investment because the mules will be hitting the trash. Wildly uncomfortable, and the sole is coming apart after one wear. Pity because they were adorable.

Also go check out Heather and Kayla over at H&K Style Journey.. especially the last outfit with my "Ally Tie Belt".

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Accidentally A

  Tee - Talbots, thrifted
Silk Skirt - thrifted, vintage (?)
Bracelet - (leather) Target, (metal) thrifted
Boots - Fluevog, ebay

For those who follow me, you probably are seeing the post for the latest fashion challenge. I accidentally a post. But it goes live on Monday for you to link up and find out the specs.

Today's outfit is an old standby. I've had this sitting on my clothing rack waiting to be worn. Add boots and jewelry and - Bam, Dressed. I needed something quick and easy because Hubs had an appointment this afternoon. Today I: thrifted a pair of jeans, ate some bad chinese food, ate some good philly cheesesteaks with pepperjack hot cheese!, took a walk, and drank some cranberry tea.

I plan to spend my evening watching Firefly, doing some homework and making pork tapas for dinner. What are you doing on this awesome Thursday?

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Leather, Sandals, India

Indian Tunic - thrifted
Leather skirt - vintage, thrifted
Sandals - Carlos, gifted, thrifted

The best thing about bizarre autumnal weather is the ability to wear outfits like this. Loose cotton Indian tunic, vintage leather skirt (seriously, why have I only worn this once), and dressy sandals (thrifted via my Mom - I really don't need more shoes and just bought two pairs last night. I swear I'm getting rid of some though.). 

The tunic still had it's original tags on, half-torn off though so no idea as to retail price. I loved the colors, and the shiny inset. I pulled this leather skirt out thinking it added a little sexy to the otherwise loose tunic. The sandals were purchased by my mom on the same day I found the tunic. The burgundy complemented the trim so well. We were on the same wavelength.

Yesterday we did end up going to buy a pumpkin. We don't actually have a patch, just a field over by the college that sets up seasonal sellers like pumpkins and real Christmas trees.This little fella was perched atop a bunch of huge varied pumpkins. It's a super pale orange with a grooved skin. None of them were tagged with names, but there were all types. My intention was finally buying a white pumpkin, but this little fairytale guy was shining like a beacon. It's a little bigger than a basketball, and will probably get painted, and then gutted for seeds. Are you preparing for Halloween yet?

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Full of Fall

 Sweater - thrifted
Skirt - All Saints
Flats - BOC, ebay

Now for an entirely different look from yesterday's. I pulled together this outfit for a cool sunny day. It won't be much longer I can get away with bare legs, bare arms and flats... but I figured this would be nice to pull out for awhile. I thrifted this 90s short-y sweater (you remember those?) because I knew it'd be great with skirts. Namely my All Saints skirt, which I can't help spinning and floofing around in.

The flats were from my big ebay haul. I wasn't familiar with any of the brands I purchased, these were both good and bad. I love the arch support, but the edging of the leather is a bit sharp. They are adorably designed, so I'll just be careful not to wear them for any major walking until they break in. I picked these for today thinking we'd be heading out for pumpkin buying. But it's put off until later this week.

I'm dying for a haircut. It's been over a year since I chopped my locks off, and I've been trying to allow my hair to grow out for the winter months, but it's driving me batty. Any suggestions?

Seller's photo

Monday, October 3, 2011

Super Villain

 Tank - All Saints
Jeggings - Mossimo, thrifted
Hepat Boots - Tsubo
Chain Harness - DIY

We briefly discussed our Super Hero colors (Feel free to weigh in!), but today I want to talk about my Super Villain... boots. Sleeveless and OTK boots? Insanity, you say? Not when you're channeling your inner badass. I couldn't wait one more day to wear these boots. They've been sitting in my closet since the height of summer. Sal was right when she dubbed them pajama boots. They're like wearing leather socks with wedges attached. They'll probably be worn with everything come winter. The best part? Nooo zipper!

I tossed on an All Saints tank (can I admit, I still haven't worn all my new All Saints stuff yet?) and my homemade chain harness. I may deconstruct this one and re-make it. This particular design tends to slide around more than I care for. Anyway, it takes some very special weather for an outfit like this, but I'm happy to take advantage of cool winds and hot sun.

My thoughts are on protagonists and antagonists lately because I'm outlining for NaNoWriMo. I've got loads of ideas flowing out, I may not even worry about confining myself to Nano. I am going to try and do nothing but plan throughout the next week. You can check out my pinterest board if you're really interested in what my story will be about.

Would you look at the back?!

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Tell Me About Yourself Award

I was awarded this fun little award by the ever awesome double duo, Heather and Kayla of Style Journey AND Callie of Unladylike. Thanks, ladies! The rules of the game are:

Link back to the person who awarded it to you
Tell 7 Random Things About Yourself
Spread the Love to 15 Bloggers
1. I started daily meditation this week for my Wellness college course, but I'm finding it worth it to keep it up.
2. I just thrifted a brand spanking new pair of Joe's jeans (retail tag said $158) for TWO DOLLARS. Thrift, guys, it's worth it.
3. I'm a big Karl Urban fan. It's led me to a new obsession with New Zealand movies/tv shows. Additionally, I'm a big movie/televison buff. I love anything out of the ordinary though. Give me the geeky, nerdy, obscure and I'm a happy girl. Or just play some How it's Made and I'm sucked into the tv for the rest of the day.
4. I love space! But it also scares the crap out of me. Thinking of how huge and vast the universe is, is just amazing.
5. I have no idea where my style is going. It keeps evolving before I know where it's going. It's also getting harder to plan outfits, even though I've got a ton of new clothes at my finger tips. Guess I need to stop shopping for awhile - Super Saturdays are just such an awesome good deal.
6. I love white pumpkins!
7. I'm thinking of doing Nanowrimo this year. I've never written anything longer than a school paper, and never really written any kind of fiction, but I have this bizarre idea to WRITE. I love reading, and I feel like I should try my hand at writing for once. Wish me luck?
Ally of Shybiker
Rebecca of MinnChic
Sheila of Ephemera
Christine of FutureLint
Robin of FranniePantz
Ee of Eek!
Hillary of ByHillary

And anyone else willing to fill this out!