just in case you were beginning to tire of all of the festive jumpers seen during the holiday season (how could you!), here are some cosmically splendid knit goodness brought to you by annie larson. something to wake up your sleepy, food-induced-coma eyes, ey? her line ALL Knitwear is completely bonkers, a patchwork approach to print and color that would make any 80s/90s child weep with happiness. ying-yangs and cheeto prints and just general delight. check it out, buy like your unprepared aunt on christmas eve morning. happy holidays!
the museum of natural history in new york is one of my favorite places of all time (the hall of gems, you guys). it's like the ultimate curiosity shop, so full of strange and enchanting things. this editorial, with its sundry prints and collars, has me swoooning (and scouring etsy).
an essential lazy-girl combination to master, if you were to ask me (you didn't, that's ok), is the tight skirt and tshirt mix. moderately appropriate for class (good enough), somewhat underdressed but still cute for parties (it's a skirt, people), kind of charming and gamine for a movie night (if your legs don't freeze, mine do, annoying). in other words, it's a versatile one. i love the look worn with sneakers (Supergas ftw. this forest green pair is dreamy) - they balance the pencil skirt and t-shirt juuust right. try it!
it very nearly hasn't stopped raining for four days. rain out here in california makes me feel like there are these things, things called seasons, that exist. i like seasons. it makes that inevitable sunny day all the more blissful. these photos from corduroy magazine are perfectly downcast for days like these.