Oh la la, its sure been a while. A quick glimpse into my life in Seattle would depict copious amounts of loose leaf tea and perpetual amusement at the constant movement of life here. I have a job now, sort of, which has been a welcomed distraction from my ennui. Today I registered for my second year of college and have decided to work towards a bachelors degree in health psychology. Maybe you wouldn't guess that as a career path for me if you know me only from this blog but my day-to-day interactions with people and the space around me are plagued by talk of probiotics, the importance of not vilifying individual's who suffer from food addiction, and more or less how to eat for happiness and wellbeing. As someone with an existential and
pessimistic realistic outlook, its exciting and peculiar to decide to spend my life making other people feel better.
I would give you a speech about how I'm going to continue posting regularly and share more local and personal style but I don't really know it that will happen. It wouldn't be completely false if I were to reveal to you that my favorite part of this blog has always been the writing moreso than the fashion. I may even go as far as to say that I use clothing as a vehicle to convey my thoughts on an array of topics. The belief that nobody is really ever listening to me was vaguely instilled in childhood so I find great comfort being able to talk here and pretend people read it. If nothing else, my mom reads this blog. Hi mom.
The pictures accompanying today's words like a cheese accompanies wine are taken by Sage Bell, a beautiful woman you may remember from a post a while ago called 'Last Call Dream Girl.' We shot them back in the summer and they continue to be some of the best shots in my port. The turkey feather jacket is from a trip to London last September (from the Topshop at Harrod's) and the bustier pictured is F21. Makeup by Brittany Belinda.
I hope nobody has turned to ice yet given the current state of cold that is plaguing most of the states. I'm lucky enough to have a working gas furnace (even if using it has resulted in the carbon monoxide alarm going off twice in the past week.) What's better; to live cold or die peacefully and warmly in your sleep? Ponder that, off out.