I'm having a tough week with all of life's pressures and I had a bit of a meltdown. It happens to all of us and those things I can't control, I'll live with and those that I can, I'll work to make better. But having said that fashion is an escape for me and a means of perking up. This past weekend, my mom and I watched the Bill Cunningham New York movie. I had seen it when it was in the theater and even on the second viewing, I found myself smiling throughout. Bill Cunningham said it best when he said "fashion is the armor to survive the reality of every day life". For me, words could not be more true.
Outfit details: Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent top, Banana Republic trousers, Valentino shoes, Miu Miu bag, Milly jacket, Chanel pin, Hermes bangle
A bright pop of color always lifts me up and even though I wore a lot of black, the bright green was just what I needed. I love this Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent blouse for the detachable fringe scarf and its assymetric hem. I bought it last weekend from a darling boutique on Newbury Street called Dress (and by the way they currently have 15% off of EVERYTHING). Dress carries lots of great designers like Equipment, ADAM, Tucker to name just a few.
Oh blog reader, does fashion bring you out of a funk too?