Outfit Post: 6/9/14


Dress and belt: Thrifted — Shoes: eBay (Eleanor Grosch for Keds) — Ring: Solano Stroll — Earrings: Apostrophie


Because I can’t leave well enough alone, I’ve decided to grow my hair out a little bit. Just a little! Maybe like jaw-length?


I haven’t had even shoulder-length hair since high school, and it’s kind of fun to see what happens as it grows. Random bits are getting wavy, in addition to the bonkers sideburn spitcurls that sometimes jut out like wings from my head.


It’s also more of a hassle to wrangle in the mornings if I don’t want to have a huge dent in one (or both) sides, so we’ll see if I actually make it through the awkward-teenager stages without shaving it all off again.


Life in the fast lane, that’s me.


5 thoughts on “Outfit Post: 6/9/14

  1. Any tips you’d like to share for preventing those dents? Mom has developed some wickedly curly locks on just one side of her head after growing it out some and has a flat spot that is resistant to most of her efforts to plump it up! This outfit is super cute ~ love the colors!

    • Haha, when my hair is extra-dented in the morning, I usually just wet it through at the sink, brush the water through, towel it, and try again! Sometimes biking to work helps because it flattens things out. I don’t have any major skills or tricks, though. My morning routine is extremely haphazard.

  2. I have been growing out my hair, too, but have scheduled a haircut for tomorrow. Won’t go ultra-short again, but need to make it look less like a mop.

    That polka dot dress is TOO CUTE!!! And the flower ring makes me sigh… 😀

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