Jean: Parasuco, Top: Lucyd Acyd, Shoes: Michael Kors, Hat: Shotwell, Necklace: Years ago in NYC
Me in our tomato and vegetable garden in our backyard. How obvious is it that I am Italian? I don't think I know one italian who doesn't have a tomato garden in their backyard! I should have taken a picture with one of the "Peppas" (in the words of Jersey Shore's Pauly D) but...Eggplant is my favourite.
So is this top/dress. I wore it as a dress in Vegas (it's allowed in Vegas and don't worry I didn't pull a Britney) but I think around here..it's much more suitable as a top. It also came in black and I am really annoyed at myself that I didn't grab it in black as well. Ugh.
I bought a broken hand sculpture from LAB consignment in Toronto the other week. They were using a few of them to display some lovely necklaces and I asked if I could buy one!
The ones on display were not for sale..but the associate said there was one in the basement with a semi broken finger that I could have for $5. Score.
Nothing that some krazy klue couldn't fix. I took it home, re-attached the pinky finger and spray painted it black and now it is a perfect ring holder.
Dress: INC, Shoes: Sam Edelman, Necklace: Speech, Purse: BCBG, Sunglasses: Market, Watch: Mom's Ring: Low Luv
I helped my mom clean out her closet on Sunday ( and by clean I mean was forced). We went through a lot of things and made a decision to Keep, Toss, or Store. Until I started liking a few of the things...which then led to a new category called "Give to Marisa". This dress was in that category.
ps: congrats to la petite fashionista on winning the house of harlow ring!
Skirt: H&M, Shirt: Generra, Shoes: Sam Edelman, Jacket: Le Group, Ring: Aldo, Bracelets: Market in Italy, Purse: Roberta Candolfi (Style Sense)
Tights, Socks, Scarfs, Booties...yup it's officially fall here in Canada. And although I am having a hard time dealing with the end of summer, sunshine and leaving work when it's still warm...fall clothes make it a little more tolerable.
I'm a big fan of layering...lots of it...and if any season lets you do just that..it's fall.
My friends and i took our annual trip to las vegas a few weeks ago and for good measure, i made a pit stop in LA for a few days after ( a girl has got to recover plus I had friends there!). In vegas, naturally, you see a lot of crazy things....weirdos, drunks, crazies, and overall tripppy stuff. I thought this was the be all and end all of weird, freaky things...but then we drove through the dessert from vegas to los angeles and things got weirder. The dessert (at least for me) automatically makes me feel out of my element...in a different world and this dessert ride was quite strange.
We pulled over to switch driving turns at the "jenny rose" restaurant....the road we pulled off on was called "Ghost town" road. It was a Ghost town all right. The restaurant was completely abandoned. It looked like the last time it was open was maybe in the 70's....yet the entire inside was still set up. The cash register was there, all the tables, the plates, pictures. Crazy.
As we drove on, it got weirder. We saw old RV'S with rusty swing sets out front, a donkey beside a shed, dinosaur blow up dolls and the WEIRDEST billboards. After being in vegas I thought my eyes had seen it all, but this ride out did it.
Arriving in Venice felt like I had arrived at a sanctuary. As it always does.
The amazing art pieces were done by one of the people we stayed with. Love.