The internet is a crazy place. I thoroughly enjoy getting lost, opening new doors to sites before unseen by my eyes, and "discovering" incredible writers, artists, and folks who have a unique point of view and the drive to see their visions realized.
Sometimes, I stumble into an internet wormhole of vapidness and I can't find my way out, the narcissism radiating off the page enrobes me and drags me down further into the wells of Instagram self-photos and ruminations on the best under-eye concealers.
Once I am drenched in the inanity of it all, it's harder for me to lift myself out. During one particular ridonkulous occasion, I found myself on one of the most boring "style" blogs I've ever seen. This woman (you may know her blog, What I Wore) has hundreds of photos of herself on this blog, dressed in a different and plain outfit in each photo.
What's the point? No one cares what some rando in Brooklyn wears everyday, especially if it's nothing special. Take photos of yourself wearing something awesome, or don't have your photo taken, is how I feel about it.
I wore this outfit to go to the Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit (which we were unfortunately too late to go to), and also to Trader Joe's. It was a Sunday and I've been wanting to wear this high-low star print skirt for a while now, but it feels inappropriate for work. I figured a tour around the DeYoung would be suiting for the outfit, but oh well. Next time!