I hope that I've been able to show (and am continuing to show) short, stumpy, booty-licious, Asian, petite, whatever gals everywhere that even though we're not the ideal 6-foot-tall, rail-thin-with-mile-long-legs consumer, we can still have fun dressing ourselves every morning. I know I do!
(Except for days when I realize that due to my lack of will to iron, my entire wardrobe is as wrinkled as Christian Bale's brow during the entire Terminator Salvation movie)
sailing stripes blouse, anthropologie [x]
lace-trim cardigan, just ginger
dotted skirt, j.crew [x-ish]
striped wedges, lela rose for payless
studded leather belt, j.crew [x]
duchess cocktail ring, j.crew
I got this skirt off of eBay. I have no idea what season it is from, but thanks J.Crew for putting out an adorable polka-dotted pencil skirt! As you can see, I don't care much about fashion "rules." I'm committing one big one here: pairing black with navy. I figure that doing so is perfectly permissible as long as you pair it in a way so that it is obvious that you meant to pair black and navy together. This pairing is only questionable when it seems like you mistakened one hue for the other, which I admit has happened to me before. ("I swear these shoes looked like black! Then again, I did get dressed in the dark...")
Happy weekending, everyone!