bowling green, KY, USA
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I've also been inspired by the colorful, original styles of women in Jamaica and Cape Town. It makes me wonder if a lack of funds can actually foster creativity...
28 May 2009 - 7:54
What ideas did you get when you were in Uganda? That sounds amazing!
27 May 2009 - 12:46
|Country:||United States of America|
|Current Look:||artfully styled pieces regardless of era, price range, etc. personally a little bohemian meets avant garde. i like incorporating a bit of the surreal with the everyday.|
|Beloved childhood look:||striped leggings with polka dot shirts. my mom made most of my clothes. i went through a phase of wearing only dresses for around a year and a half in elementary school.|
|Debilitating childhood look:||strange sweat suits. and a few ridiculous polyester pieces.|
|Current Obsessions:||finding inspiration in the non-fashion world. and i spent last summer living in uganda, which has expanded my style, especially in terms of mixing textures and patterns.|
|Inspirations:||The photography of Jonas Bendiksen, Guy Bourdin, David Lachappelle, and Jeurgan Teller, Mario Giacomelli. Movies: Amanda Peet in Igby Goes Down, 8 1/2) a series of fashion blogs (sea of shoes, the glamourai, design sponge, luxirare, notcouture, etc.) friends, the things i find at vintage stores.|
|Trend I'm Loving:||anything from the balmain ss 09.|
|Trend I could do without:||shirts with empire waists that are very fitted on top and loose on the bottom. and i may be on the verge of getting sick of my ballet flats. an update/re-invention perhaps?|