Thundersnow!!!

Angry gods bidding February goodbye with some Colorado Thundersnow??? Fight back with glittery sunglasses and some BONKERS high heeled rubber and neoprene Sorel boots. 

Winter, Interrupted 

Here in Colorado we have two seasons.  Summer consists of July and August.  It’s hot.  The other ten months, well, you never know.   I’m celebrating the 70 deg weather by saying ‘screw you February’ in an aggressively yellow dress. 

OOTD: Outlander Dreaming

If you’ve seen Outlander and were able to focus on anything other than how effing gorgeous Jamie is, you probably noticed that the clothes are also amazing. Although I prefer my Jamie without them, but whatevs. This outfit makes me feel like Claire, mixing a little 1940’s skirt and blouse action with a Versailles-worthy velvet blazer…

Ootd: totally court appropriate tights! 

Getting dressed in January is not fun.  The thrill of getting out sweaters and boots evaporated weeks ago and Spring dresses feel a million years away.  Soooooo….. tights with moons and stars!  It’s the little things right? And look how cute this bow is.  I can’t see it but I know it’s back there somewhere….

Like a jungle cat

So there was this Marni blouse that had cats on it that I was dying for.  But even I couldn’t justify spending $1000 on a blouse.  With cats. Imagine my glee when I found this impostor cat blouse at H&M during black Friday/weekend for $7.  Scorrrre. To help balance out the mass-produced poly blend sadness…

Festive snow boots & work Snuggie

It took until December, but we finally got some snow here in Denver.  I was getting anxious not because I worry about devastating wildfires and drought– no– I really wanted to break in the sweet boots and break out the sweater dress (i.e work-appropriate Snuggie).

The shipping emporium / bee shoes

Between the constant incoming boxes from various online merchants and the outgoing things I sold on Poshmark and Ebay (which are unsurprisingly things from said online purchases that don’t fit or are weird), I have accumulated a lot of shipping materials.  Like, to the point that my coworkers come to my office when they need…

Ootd: target run 

  Everyone, even mega-celebrities like myself (chortle) need a place where you can get lemon extract, hair dye, and $200 of WTF random objects. Seriously, what did I just buy? Style tip:  I refuse to let a closet full of open-toe shoes lie dormant for 5 months.  Wear some opaque tights with those bad boys.  …

I am obsolete– Racked.com review

During a morning of children/ cleaning avoidance, I found a website that is basically what I want my own site to be, but it’s like a million times better.  I probably shouldn’t advertise that.  However, my ethical duty as a fashion blogger requires me to tell you to go to Racked.com immediately. There’s shopping tips,…

Ootd: a little boob

I was trying to go for a 1970’s Town and Country vibe.  The photobombing 7 yr old  adds a certain”realness.”  I also realized after I got to work that you can totally see my boobs. Generally I am pro-boob.  In court, not as much.      BThe skirt is METALLIC.

Omfg Vogue

Screw humble brags.  I’m in muthafuckin Vogue.  My ootd was picked by editors (of Vogue!!!) as one of best suits. Click to see-– scroll to #suiting_vogue and I’m really in there.  Pinch me. I’ve always loved the creativity and self-expression of fashion.  One day I’ll tell you all about my short, hilarious, brutal time working in…

The art of shopping at Forever 21 (when you are totally not 21)

The greatest myth about Forever 21 is that it’s target audience is 21 year old’s.  The clothes are really geared towards middle schoolers, who have limited budgets, questionable taste, and 4% body fat. So, when a certain old lady goes wandering in there, you think, what the fuck? I am about 20 years too old…