How To Make An Ugly Sweater Look Cute8:15:00 AM
Guys, I am swamped with important things to do right now and I can't get my mind to focus on finishing a blog post that makes sens...
If you have been on this blog before when it was still a personal style blog, then you must have noticed my thing for school girl outfits and seen my many attempts to channel my favorite Gossip Girl characters or look like a Japanese school girl. Attempt #1 and Attempt #2.
I'm not always dressed like a school girl when going to work though. Sometimes, I look like a punk rebel kid, sometimes I'm overdressed in girly shit, sometimes I'm in a freakin tutu, sometimes I go boho, and sometimes I look like a hobo.
There's one thing I'll never be caught dead wearing though. Corporate Attire. EW!
I bought this ugly sweater from a thriftshop because it's something not many girls my age would want in their wardrobe. And that's what made me more excited about having it. I didn't just score something unique, I also got myself a challenge because I had to think of ways to make it work without looking like an un-chic grandma.
Because this sweater looked kinda sad and old, I thought it'd be fun to make it look subtly cute so I paired it with a plaid school girl skirt (thrifted), pink polkadot socks from Bench, and a pair of Doc Martens I also scored from a thrift shop!
FYI When it comes to ukay-ukay [thrift shopping], I AM LEGEN...wait for it...DARY!
Added the red satchel for a pop of color that I think really completed the look and palette I was going for. Aren't the colors very Wes Anderson? I am head-over-heels in love with his unique style in film making. I am dying to live in a Wes Anderson movie.
I really do miss hanging out with my friends from the office and dressing up every day, but I guess it's the kind of "miss" I can easily get over with. I mean, who am I kidding? My friends can come over anytime if they want, I'll host a house party. Besides, I can still play dress up at home without having to go out, right? No, that's not weird. I've done it many times.
Seriously though, I don't see myself going back to the office job set-up