If you’re looking at my shirt thinking, “whoa, that’s wrinkly,” well, you are right – it is. I’ve owned an iron for almost an entire year now, and it’s still in the box, unopened. For all I know, it might not even work. All growing up I watched my Mom iron my Dad’s button ups. She is a trooper for doing that, because I’ve always thought it looked tedious to stand at an ironing board and iron the wrinkles out of each and every shirt in my Dad’s closet (Mom, you’re amazing). Sure, you may look more polished with ironed clothing, but who’s got time for that? Almost everyone? Yeah, I’m just making excuses for myself. I’m going to start a new trend – wrinkled clothes. They’re all the rage. And if you didn’t notice the wrinkles, ignore everything you’ve just read.
Below are links to some of the things I’m wearing. The yellow Freya blouse is currently sold out on Anthropologie’s site, but if you’re still interested, I’ve seen it on Ebay. The clutch was a gift, and the wrap bracelet is from Towne & Reese several years back, but they have a few other great ones available to choose from.Categorized as: Black, Brown, Jean, Silk & Yellow