shake that nebula, girl

I've always found solace in looking up. Sunrises, sunsets, full moons and meteor showers; the natural wonders of beyond are great for putting things in perspective—that and living in New York City. It's nice to know how small I really am, especially at a point in my life where I feel like I don't have a lot of control over what's next. I'm graduating in nine months. Hi. Good thing my family has a one year membership to the American Museum of Natural History so I can be reminded of what the sky looks like over at the "Earth and Planetary Science Wing" since there's not a star in sight over this city's skyline.
All to say, I bought a pair of galaxy print leggings to correspond with my glow-in-the-dark constellation T-shirt, for pajamas of course. Since the weather this week has been pleasantly breezy and mild, I chose to pair my printed pants with a sweater/collared shirt combo reminiscent of literally every outfit I wore October through March. I felt a bit like a modern day Audrey Hepburn if she traded her black flats for high-tops, Saturn was on her left thigh and liked bracelets with Albus Dumbledore quotes.


[sweater-zara (thanks Katy) shirt-uo, leggings-amonh, shoes-converse]
Pictures by Sydney