It's Spring, right? Have I mentioned Spring enough for you yet? I thought I would emphasize it even more with a giant daisy on the front of my sweatshirt.
I'm hardcore channeling Mayim Bialik circa 1995 in this thing, and I love it.
Sarah and I went out to the University Place Apple Orchard this week, and the light was so perfect at sunset that it was kind of miraculous that we got there when we did. The trees are still barren as all hell, but the grass is still nice and green. I'm hoping they bring back the summer concert series at the orchard this year. Last summer was fun with Campfire Ok and St Paul de Vence.
I messed with a tilt-shift effect on Photoshop. It's passable, right?
And now I'm frolicking in the sunlight, in my metaphorical, disembodied flowers.
I picked this top up recently from Urban Outfitters when it was on sale for $20, along with the t-shirt from my last outfit, and I love it. It's long enough to wear with high waisted pants or skirts pulled up without being awkwardly long or showing too much tummy. It's the perfect cropped length.
Top: Truly Madly Deeply (Urban Outfitters) // Skirt: Francesca's // Tights: Target // Boots: TJ Maxx // Glasses: Prodesign Denmark
Today's post title comes to you courtesy of Animal Collective, off the flawless album Merriweather Post Pavilion. I need to put that album back in my regular rotation this spring and summer. It's the perfect summer album, in my opinion. It brings me back to the first year I went to Sasquatch. It seems so long ago, whoa. 2009.
Have a great Tuesday and I'll see you next time!