Bought this fabulous beaded sweater dress from the lovely Sheela Goh via her Poshmark closet. She's way famous on Poshmark. :) Can you imagine a more perfectly nutty sweater dress for me to own? Several old ladies told me they liked my shirt, which I think may have been their subtle way of indicating this dress is too short, haha. They did sound genuine, though, so perhaps it was an unconscious prejudice against the length. Perfect.
I have a difficult time smiling in posed snapshots, I'm sure you've noticed. Luckily someone happened by my wide open ground floor window and peeked in right at this moment. There's a new addition to my animal bangles: the wood-toned second from the top. It weighs half what the enamel bracelets weigh so it's a welcome addition to the party.
Back to serious face. And can we talk for a moment about how freaking much I love my Prada dream shoes: the rubber-dipped Mary Janes? I wanted the red, but they were completely sold out well before I'd saved up enough money to buy them. The gray have a little more versatility, perhaps. (Except I use red as a neutral in my wardrobe.) The truth is I'd be happy to have these in every color. What could be better than a high heel with traction for walking in the snow and rain? (I've done it multiple times in these.)
I had, in fact, just come in from the slushy rain when I took these photos. This jacket is what I wore outside. It's rabbit with leather contrast stripes. Old and accidentally on trend-ish. It keeps me super warm nosing around in people's garages and basements all day.
- Bomb Boogie rabbit & leather jacket from tag sale in Port Washington
- beaded sweater dress from @sheelagoh on Poshmark
- floral tights from TJ Maxx in New Hyde Park
- Prada rubber-dipped Mary Janes from saksfifthavenue.com
- DKNY pony hair bag swapped from @sjaramillo3 on Poshmark
- Kenneth Jay Lane for Avon panther necklace from tag sale in East Meadow
- bangles from various estate sales
- Cartier Love bracelet, inherited