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Happy Friday friends! By the time you are reading this, I am probably in the New York public library, working on my last term paper of the semester. I'm going to a wedding this weekend in Brooklyn, but I have to finish some school work before I can start celebrating.
As I write this I am trying to figure out if I can whittle down my footwear selection to just two pairs, and if decide if it's wildly unreasonable for me to bring wildly impractical shoes to a city where walking all day is pretty much the norm. I have a really hard time packing for trips because I dress according to my mood, and I generally travel with only a backpack, so my choices are so limited by what I can fit into the bag. I can't really complain though, I'm going to New York! The dress code for this wedding is "dress in what makes you happy" so I think there is going to be some seriously fun fashion going on. I'm basically going to be wearing a mirrorball, and one of the betrothed will be in these shoes.
You probably want to know what sweater we're playing with this week. It's a great one! Alenia is versatile and super pretty.
I really love the slightly raw neckline, and that the lace panels are echoed on the back panel of the cardigan. I am also really into the crystal buttons, but you could choose plainer ones to make it a little less precious. The belt adds a retro touch, but you can also leave it out on days when it doesn't mesh well with your outfit.
I've been watching a lot of (the original) 90210 and am having a serious 90s revival, so I want to wear Alenia every day, open over a slightly ill fitting floral dress that ties in the back; a high femme substitute for grunge's flannel shirt. You can imagine that one yourself. Here are some other ideas.
You can tell I have summer on the brain. The outfit on the far right is inspired by popsicles.
Have a great weekend everyone. How would you wear Alenia?