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A Generation Defined in One Quote

Posted in deep thoughts, fashion, hipsters, objectifying girls and i'm ok with it, truth bomb with tags , , , on March 10, 2010 by thedith

“So, you did it. You found the girl. She’s pretty, she dresses like a cross between a grandma and a hooker…”

Hipster Wife Hunting

Sad Things

Posted in celebrities, fashion, rest in peace with tags , , , , on February 11, 2010 by thedith

“Why people ignore the ugly things in life but within this they are missing the beauty that lies under the rotten fruit!!!!!”

Alexander McQueen, 1969 – 2010

How to Be a Good Friend Lesson #46: Non-Committal Reassurance

Posted in boys, fashion, gchat gangstas with tags , , , , , , on January 31, 2010 by thedith

Meredith: is it me, or are these shoes kind of awesome


Meredith: if this dude didn’t have hypothermia/gray lips, i’d date him
Melanie: they are very you
andd yes, you like gay/straight men
Meredith: hahahaha both polite ways of opting out of agreement. nice, i like it.
Pictures via my new favorite blog (hipsters have to pee)

Tweens, Teens, and Fashionable Zeal: 90’s Edition

Posted in fashion, objectifying guys and i'm ok with it, teens, television, the 90's, tweens with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 31, 2010 by thedith

There I was, it was a typical night, I was lying in bed watching episodes of Full House on Youtube, when the thought struck me — how do I dress with as much style as Stephanie Tanner? Answer: You don’t.  But this got me thinking; if we’re going to bring the 90’s back, which, I think we’ve all accepted in this new decade to do,  where do we draw our nostalgic influence from? Answer: 90’s tween/teen stars.  Follow me!

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At Least I Wouldn’t Skin a Collie to Make a Backpack

Posted in east coast vs. west coast, fashion, hipsters, i want this, New York City, San Francisco with tags , , , on January 12, 2010 by thedith

“That’s what I like about your generation.  You guys aren’t afraid to wear really stupid things.” — Caitlin’s dad.

Okay, I know I made fun of faux-fur hats when I was in New York; I saw them everywhere, and they look ugly and retarded.  That being said, now that I’m back in San Francisco, and no one wears fur hats, all the sudden, I MUST have one.  I mean, I know it rarely gets cold enough even to see your breath here (actually, more the reason to want one), but mark my words, faux-fur hat is going to be my first “WTF, you’re an idiot. You know you can’t buy groceries this week now, right?” purchase of 2010.

Feeling Sassy?

Posted in commercials, fashion, hey it's friday, seen on the interweb with tags , , , , , , on January 8, 2010 by thedith

I love Snuggies/Slankets, because I’m often bundled up beneath a blanket, trying to watch tv, read a book, or reach for the remote, and I need to be able to use my hands. But let’s face it, while great for lounging, you can’t really schlep around town in a blanket with sleeves.  That’s why I’m glad they invented the Necky. They help protect my neck and chest from the cold, without the annoying gaps of regular scarves! Perfect for taking a walk in the woods, bundling the kids up for school, and enjoying the big game! It even comes in Designer Leopard Print, for when you’re feeling sassy! Don’t believe me? Watch, below:

*Note: I’m not in any way getting paid to promote the Necky, I’m just a fan of this commercial. And designer leopard print.

If I Could Wear One Designer Forever It Would Be…

Posted in fashion with tags , , , , , on September 23, 2009 by melsanie

Burberry.

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  1. Trench Coats
  2. Neutrals
  3. Belts
  4. Draping
  5. Shimmer
  6. Sparkle
  7. Emma Watson
  8. Repeat

Burberry Porsum Spring RTW [NYM]