A date night in Balboa Park is nothing short of perfect and on this night I wore my favorite skirt from Anthropologie. Now on to my babbling on about the way we dress (or not...)
Top: JCrew | Skirt: Anthropologie | Heels: Shoedazzle (old but LOVE these and these studded heels) | Tights: Kushyfoot c/o | Bag: Celine (similar Kate Spade) |
Lips: YSL Glossy Stain #11 | Tarte Amazonian Clay Foundation | Tarte 12 Hour BB Cream in Fair | MAC Fluidline Eyeliner in Blacktrack | NARS Highlighting Blush in Albatross | Too Faced Bronzer in Chocolate Soleil | Tarte 12 Hour Blush in Exposed |Too Faced Natural Eye Palette + MAC Deeply Dashing | Benefit They're Real Mascara | Bare Minerals Stroke of Light Undereye Eye Brightener | Benefit Gimme Brow
I am always intrigued to talk to other ladies about their personal style. I have friends who exclaim that they rarely ever get dressed up or do much with their makeup and I have friends who still love to experiment with style and trying new looks. I don't think there is anything wrong with either way of life, different things are important to different people, but it does open up the dialog in such an appearance obsessed society.
My personal philosophy is that I would rather be done up. (You can never be over-dressed or over-educated right?) I like to look nice for myself (and my husband) and truly care about what look I am putting out into the world. Don't get me wrong, there are times that I am in my sweatpants with my hair in a messy bun and no makeup and it is FANTASTIC, for a little while. I do not think I would feel very good if this was my look everyday though. I secretly wish this was the 1940s (as far as dress only) and people still got dressed up to travel, visit with friends, go shopping, and to dine out. It's kind of disappointing to go out to eat and everyone is in jeans and flip flops :(. Maybe that's just me, I like to be entertained by fashion and I love to see you all in your killer outfits.
What do you think? What is your style philosophy?