It's a little hard to be overkill when it comes to the whole mixing prints trend. But bear with me: I'm trying. This here is my attempt. Grrr (that's the leopard print talking...it starts to sink in when you wear enough).
What I really would LOVE to wear with this outfit is a pair of leopard print shoes. Now THAT would be so overkill I would have to come up with a new colloquilism (vampirekill?). But seriously, I hear that "minamalism" is "in" right now. Yes, "less is best" is in. How horrid. Kind of. I mean, sometimes I find that I am a real fan of minamalism, like when I have to get ready to go in fifteen minutes because my husband is
leaving for work and if I don't get dressed soon and drive him I will be without the car for the rest of the
Thus: minimalism, ei: jeans and a hooded sweater. Yes, Kimberellie wears hoddies (very.very.rarely). That said, the more I talk about it, the more I think about it, the more I read Vogue magazine articles about it (Oct. issue, where they make the long flared pants look really really good) the more I want to try it. I can't help myself. It's fashion mind control. Because, really, I'm a fembot with no brain of my own.
Or else I just like to say fembot. Or else I just like to try new things. Or else I'm really a minimalist at heart. Scroll up to the photographs again for the real answer to that last question.
scraf: gift from Lee
skirt, thrifted: $3
hose, ardene: $3
shoes, thrifted lady footwalker: $10
shirt, winners: $5
belt, jacob: $20 yes, my belt is the most expensive thing I'm wearing.