Although the above dress is from 2007 (See by Chloé), its versatility and simplicity of design still make it relevant. I’m considering doing a “1 Dress, 10 Ways” (maybe five, as ten is a bit ambitious) featuring this dress, but I’m not sure I’ll have the time to do it now that school has actually started. We’ll see!
Also, I have a ton of ribbon left over from my Marie Antoinette Halloween costume (of which I have yet to post proper pictures), so I tied my hair up in one. A bit juvenile, but still kind of a fun hairstyle. Not sure if it will make it out the door, though! (and yes, I am indeed clothed in the above pics!) Also, I just redyed it (again, yes! I usually don’t do it this frequently) which is why it’s so bright. Since a lot of people have asked, I thought I’d link this tutorial I wrote up a while ago about which dyes I use.
And finally, my coveted lion salt shakers from Anthropologie ♥ For those who follow me on Twitter, you might remember my incessant whining over these things. I called five local Anthropologie stores and not one was still stocking them; however, my constant refreshing of the kitchen & dining sales page eventually paid off, and I was able to snag this set. Yep, I am weird.
(Also, I just noticed that there seems to be a consistent orange-black-white color theme throughout this post. Strange!)