Anyway, moving on to FASHUN. I really liked the 1930s clothes they wore in the movie, thin old dresses with cardigans and wool hats. It was all very impoverished, but in a cozy, charming way. And I decided that's how I want to dress this fall/winter, albeit less impoverished and more cozy. So I made a polyvore set. Behold.
Do want! I now have little slip dresses and thick cable-knit sweaters at the top of my Must Buy For Fall list. I've yet to even begin doing my fall shopping, and some people are already done. What even, you guys!
I'd also like to make a public service announcement: if you have any pressing questions to ask me for the upcoming Q&A post (lol bold), please ask them here or at my Formspring! Last chance! I'll most likely do an answer post tomorrow or thereabouts. Ever wanted to know how much I can bench press (don't bother asking, I don't know the answer)? Curious whether or not I floss regularly? Want to know my favorite historical figure or fictional character? Now's the time! Ask away. I invite any and all awkward personal questions as well. Unless they involve ranch dressing (don't ask, really).
p.s. Pad Thai Kitchen on Belmont serves huge portions when you get take-out! As in, I will never finish eating this pad thai!