It took an innocent question on the part of a person close to me to realize that my blog is more my fantastical playroom than it is an accurate representation of how I dress on a day to day basis. In other words, NO, I don't traipse around in my 1930s gowns 24/7 (at least not yet. In about 20 years, I envision myself as an absolute Miss Havisham, living amongst the ruins of my life and loves, with lots of Cavaliers and vintage clothes and a glorious hollowed out cake, of course). I digress (as usual); here's a little glimpse at the kind of vintage looks I tend to wear on a daily basis and therefore the sort of look that is perhaps more intrinsically "me" (though I am always re-defining just what THAT is!). This image depicts the kind of vintage look I'm most likely to wear when I'm not working from home (i.e. this is what I wore last weekend while in Toronto for a vintage buying expedition). Note: I'm trying out different camera angles and settings in this little house, so this photo is the result of one such experiment.
Music I'm Listening To: The Smiths, "There is a Light that Never Goes Out," in preparation for the 25th anniversary of the "Meat is Murder" album on Feb. 11th. OMG, can you believe it.