I’ve spent the past week in New York City. I had a fabulous time seeing friends, visiting museums, thrift shopping, and wandering around the city. While I was there, I also had the great pleasure of visiting the Teen Vogue offices. This is what I wore to visit the office.
I originally bought this dress to wear to my high school graduation, but recently, I’ve been wearing it as a day dress. It’s a great piece to wear when I want an extra dose of fancy.
This belt is a recent DIY project of mine. I decorated a vintage leather belt with sequins, pom-poms, and rhinestones. I love how textured and glittery it is!
These glue-on nails are from the section of Target’s cosmetic department that stocks things for little girls (mostly Lip Smackers and Hello Kitty products). Although the nails are made for little girls, they fit my nails perfectly. They are super duper cute!
Twirling... with a skeptical look on my face.
I recently blogged that my current personal rule is to not buy any super-tall shoes... basically anything I can’t wear on the hilly campus of the Rhode Island School of Design, where I’ll be starting my freshman year in a couple months. But... these shoes were pretty much too good to resist. I had oooed and ahhhed over them via internet, but once I saw them in real life, I really really wanted them. They are surprisingly very easy to walk in- much easier to manage than some other flatforms I’ve worn.
These photos were taken by my lovely friend, Jane Robertson.
In front of the Teen Vogue entrance!