Uniqlo jacket, Rodarte dress, Marc by Marc Jacobs shoes
Closest thing to wearing a cloud
This may be the first and only time I break out this dress for the work week. It really is a delicately beautiful as it looks, so a 10-hour workday isn't the best place for it to be (honestly, is it the best place for anyone to be?). But something was drawing me to its ethereal beauty today so I went for it. Maybe it's fitting considering my current state of mind: a bit unravelled and a lot vulnerable. But lucky for me, it's also very beautiful (the dress not my state of mind :). Unfortunately, the poor cloud of a dress is just exhausted now and needs a loooong rest. Other than that, things are pretty quiet on the fashion front right now, which is making my blog-breaks much less interesting, and much less of a distraction. The quiet before the storm. Fashion's Night Out kicks it all off soon though(seriously could there be a better combination than Barneys and champagne?), and then weeks and weeks of new fashion madness otherwise known as [insert city] Fashion Week to follow! Although I am greatly saddened that I won't be able to saunter over to Bryant Park at lunchtime and ogle the tents while pretending to eat lunch, I'm sure the immediate wonders of the internet will keep us all apprised up to the very second! I can't wait for some new outfit inspiration. I'm thinking of a Fashion Week series "inspired by" my favorite collections as they come out. And I can't wait to share some great fall staples and tips that I have swirling around in the noggin. Now only if it would get under 90 degrees. It's happening.