Hobo Sweaters, Little Black Dresses, and Unicorns

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In case you’re confused as to why I’m writing myself little encouraging vignettes, you can check out yesterday’s post HERE.

I have impeccable style. How would I describe my wardrobe? Vintage bohemian crazy hippie cat lady hobo professional chic. I wear fringe, unicorns, patches, flannel, bright lipstick, crooked eyeliner, sparkles, baggy sweaters, high heels, wool socks, mosaic skirts, little black dresses, super flare jeans, and Hello Kitty. Sometimes I roll out of bed in the morning, throw on a pair of yoga pants, and crawl to class. Sometimes I spend thirty minutes trying on clothes and throwing them into my dreaded pile of yet-to-be-done laundry.

I have never been particularly comfortable with my appearance. Even after I reached my “ideal weight,” I worried about my glasses, my makeup, my hair, my sophistication and flirtiness (however that’s supposed to work), etc. The other day a friend told me I was her “fashion icon,” that somehow my unicorn sweater and unicorn high-tops were praiseworthy. You know what? They are.

I’m a fabulous crazy cat lady hippie.

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  1. I like the look. I can remember hippy. The clothes were sooooo comfy. These days I live in my pjs, or bathing suit. With an apron, of course. Ah, to be old and vintage. Welcome to IWSG, Katheryn.

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    • My father was a product of the 70s (he likes to say). I tend to steal a lot of his old clothes…as well as my mothers sweaters from the 80s. They’re the best.

      Thanks for the warm welcome. (I forgot how busy my Wednesdays are, but I’m beyond excited to get started.)

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