When I think of one word I’d like to describe my style, I would be happy if anyone described my look as “anthropologie.” I don’t know what exactly that encompasses (a dab of granola, a handful of adventure, a pinch of cute, a wink to implied quality, maybe?). This outfit is my interpretation. An acquaintance I knew was asked the same question when she applied for a job at anthropologie, and her answer was to describe to handful of situations: “someone who goes to Morocco and leaves all her clothes, only shipping back a rug,” “spends the summer teaching at boys camp in New England,” “goes to Ireland with only the goal to see the giant’s causeway.” Feel free to add what you think contributes to the Anthro joie de vivre below…
As for all the inspiration behind the answers I listed, they come from the fabulous adventures of my favorite photographer Evey Wilson, and if you’re in the DC area looking for photos, this girl can take a photo story, befitting of Anthropologie adventures (or any other sort you need documenting).
Ever since I returned from Morocco, I’ve been absolutely batty about tassels. When is it inappropriate to tassel up? (Never.) Where can’t you add them? (Still thinking.) To date, I think I have a be-tasseled clutch, tassel placemats, matching tassel necklace and earrings– scarves, rugs, shorts, oh my! But to channel Morocco in Georgia, I thought that the best way to add to my tassels would be with a camel. Unfortunately, a camel-colored coat is the closest thing we get here to a camel. But here’s my interpretation of how you wear that fall camel coat into February.
I get so tired of bloggers using the same faces over and over. Here’s my rebellion.
Socks + Sandals= the less practical, less warm, less blase’ choice (for when your summer heels are sulking).
Hat: Vintage- you can find it here | Turtleneck: GAP | Necklace: Primark | Pants: Haute Hippie | Shoes: Charlotte Russe (old) | Camel: Anne Klein | Gloves: Vintage
After spending my entire first day feasting and wandering around the souks, I made a lofty attempt to see all the tourist sites in one day. Of course, I missed a few things along the way, but it was so overwhelmingly beautiful and episodic, I thought I would do a photo dump here to try to recreate it.
Inside Mamounia Hotel
One of many Morocco city gates
Yves Saint Laurent Gardens (a.k.a. Jardin Majorelle)