i listened to no more home, no more love by soko a lot last month, and when i wore this outfit, i was thinking less about the 70s-ballad-singer-yves saint laurent-joni mitchell vibes in this, but more about the idea of just feeling comfortable and at home wherever you are.
whole outfit is thrifted/yard-saled (yes, i do realize that i wear that turtleneck a lot hah) earrings were a gift.
maryam nassir zadeh's fw 15 rtw also seemed to fit the song well:
i really like this look because the shapes of everything seem to complement one another really well somehow.
i guess this is supposed to be kind of school-teacher-y with the ruffled collar or whatever, and i honestly love this. if i could confine myself to a really simple, comfortable uniform forever (lol), then this could be it.
the green is a really nice shift from the majority of the palette, and i like the pleats on that dress
this look is so calm and collected, and the colors are really soothing.
the first thing that i noticed was that her red nose makes her look like she has a cold, and then i realized that all of the models look like they have a cold-- and i just find that really cute and endearing in a way.
that coat is beautiful..
bibs! all white outfits! comfortable clothing!
this whole outfit kind of reminded me of the alien-invasion aesthetic of espirit dior's pre-fall 2015 show
i don't think i will ever be over monochrome, especially with these shifting shades of brown/beige
that's all for now; i'm going on a school trip soon and it might be a while before i get to post again. i hope you all have a beautiful day <333