I leave today, to live in the city that never sleeps. I know I'll be awake, will I see you there?
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
LaGarconne, OpeningCeremony, OakNYC
A severely edited wishlist for fall. I'm going to Salvation Army today to look for a denim jacket and a jewelry box, then back to CVS, a place that always leaves me completely flabbergasted at how much money I can spend on stupid things. I hate shopping for college because it seems like the more I buy, the more paranoid I get that I'm forgetting something essential. I've also begun putting my whole life into boxes- a daunting task. Hopefully my suitemates aren't easily shocked, because the number of pairs of shoes I'm bringing is slightly frightening.
Listening to: Oh Comely, by Neutral Milk Hotel
Thursday, August 19, 2010
My boyfriend left for college today, and I couldn't have anticipated how devastating it was to see him go. I miss him so much, he's been my best friend for years and it's hard imagining the future without him always around. I'm still around for 10 more days until I leave for NYU, so during this time I'll have to keep myself busy so that it won't hurt so much. Good luck Fred, I love you :)
Currently Listening to: I'm in Love With a Girl, by Big Star
Friday, August 13, 2010
Collages by me, JakandJil archives
In anticipation for my new life in NYC, I think it's time to (temporarily) ditch my salvation army duds and look for some fancy new threads.
Listening to: Die By The Drop, by The Dead Weather
Friday, August 6, 2010
vintage top and jewelry, doc martens, zara skirt
I've been trying to update more frequently, it's annoying having these longish breaks between posts. Pictured above are my new favorite shoes, the extremely legit vintage Docs that I found for $8 at the Williamsburg Salvation Army. I'm rehearsing for a play in Williamsburg at the moment, and it's become my new favorite place to hang out. Although it is overrun with dreaded hipsters (see blog header), I like the cheap korean/japanese food places, the parks and buying gold jewelry literally off of the pavement.
Listening to: Bad Things, by Jace Everett