I am a little late, but after watching One Day with Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess I just could not get over Hathaway's quirky vintage style that progressed throughout the film. I decided to recreate one of her looks using pieces from my own wardrobe. Of course, it was the scene where her hair was whacked off—I need a little confidence boost from my fellow pixie cuts. It's hard to keep that up where mermaid locks are so often coveted. Anyways, pity party concluded. I give you my One Day interpretation. It's not exactly the same, but I feel like me breezy collared button down and textured pencil skirt have the same classic effect as Ms. Hathaway.
P.S. Isn't downtown Northport beautiful?
My favorite cut-off levis circa 2008, plus my favorite band shirt plus black booties I never thought I needed until I found out they were $10, plus
collared shirt and collared necklace, bright bag, and a bold lip needless accessories equals my personality in an outfit. Although impractical, I just can't wear shorts and a t-shirt. It pains me. I believe through and through that it is the accessories that make an ensemble—hence the cluttered mess I call my grocery shopping/ice cream licking/saturday strolling uniform. I'll stop rambling now; these are my favorite things (trending or not).
Boom. Me. Superfluous accessories. My favorite.