So my best friends Tom and Lina visited me from Chicago these past four days, and we've been busy snacking on Polish chocolates Lina's mom packed me (d'aww) while doing touristy things like looking up at the Space Needle, walking alongside the Bay, and day drinking.
Seriously though, there's nothing like reuniting with your oldest friends after a three-month-long bout of separation anxiety to turn the three of you into retired 80-year-olds and their drinking habits. It was all "Bloody Marys this" and "Moscow Mules that" with a sprinkling of "for the love of God can we just take the bus" from the geriatric corner of Lina. But now that they're back in the Midwest, it's just me and an empty bank account that I'm too scared to peek into (it's a murder scene in those statements, I know it). But at least I have my heap of pictures to remember our whirl-wind weekend- which I'll be postingthis week. You can pretend you were with us on these adventures :)
SHIRT: c/o Voyeur Vintage| LONG SLEEVE: Banana Republic| PANTS: American Apparel| SUNNIES: Urban Outfitters
And on a more sartorial note, Marc deemed this my "Velma Outfit". I can see where he's going with that haha but I was actually inspired by Jane Fonda from Barefoot in the Park, which I watched earlier that day. Let me tell you, that woman knows how to rock a sleeveless turtleneck and high waisted pants like no one's business. After watching her for just ten minutes I wanted to dump out my whole closet and just stock up on those two staples. Which is why my heart nearly stopped when I saw one just like it at Voyeur Vintage. The store is pretty much a replica of Corie's closet, what with their ascot dresses, turtleneck sweaters, and mod silhouettes. Since I nabbed this mustard number, here are some other favorites Voyeur Vintage has to offer: