Posts Categorized: outfits

Dressed for: Stripes and Leather

Already Pretty outfit featuring asymmetric leather vest, Raw Earth Wild Sky striped dress, Frye Veronica Strap Tall boots

Vest –Yigal Azrouel via eBay – pretty sure this is the same one
Dress – Raw Earth Wild Sky courtesy LISSA the Shop
Boots – Frye Veronica Strap via eBay
Earrings – Rebecca Minkoffsimilar/sustainable

Still enamored of Yigal Azrouel’s versatile designs, and this jacket has been a favorite all season long. What’s that you say? This is a vest, not a jacket? As a matter of fact, it’s this jacket with the sleeves zipped off! Gotta love a two-for-one.

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Dressed for: The Last of Fall

Already Pretty outfit featuring military jacket, brown tunic, burgundy ponte pants, Frye Jane boots

Jacket – thrifted – similarsustainable/used
Tunic – courtesy Gudrun Sjödén
Leggings – Macy’s (no longer available) similar/sustainable
Boots – Frye Jane Strappy via eBay
Necklace – Sam Edelman (no longer available) – similar/sustainable

Once again, my photos are lagging behind the weather. I was hoping I’d have a few more snow-free weeks to post lovely fall shots, but alas: We got an inch of the stuff last week and it’s sticking around. So here are the last of the truly autumnal outfits. This one both leaf-heavy and comprised of fall-colored clothes and accessories.

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Pixie Cut to Asymmetric: A Visual Journal

I feel the tiniest bit weird doing a post about the evolution of my hair … but since I LOVE it when other people share visual recaps of style changes, I’m gonna assume some of you do, too! I cut my hair short in  July of 2011, and it has been evolving ever since. Most recently, I took it from a traditional(ish) pixie cut to an asymmetric curly cut. Let’s look at this in stages, shall we?

Getting some length going

How to grow out a pixie cut: How I changed my style from pixie to asymmetric!

Before I could get a truly asymmetrical look, I needed to grow my hair out a bit. I was worried this would be incredibly awkward, and there were definitely a few weeks in there when I felt like something bizarre was happening on top of my head. But having a patient and skilled stylist is essential, and luckily, I have Jaimie! She made the grow-out phase less painful. These images span September 2014 to July 2015. (I’ve been a Deva Curl girl for years now, but swapped out products over time – in case you’re curious I was using the Set Up and Above pomade at this length.)

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