Play me your favorite love song.

Today has been really bleh thanks to medication withdrawal symptoms. Kids, if you’re on zoloft, don’t skimp on doses! Out of the 10+ possible symptoms, I have– well, all of them. I’m not going to bore you (or gross you out, really) with the details, but it’s safe to say that tomorrow is looking really hopeful. I really think things are going to look up.

My roommate and I did go out to get her some pet mice, and then afterwards we went out with some friends to Applebees and had a blast! Luckily, despite everything going wonky with my mental health, things did turn around– even though I’m super exhausted now!

I based this outfit on this super adorable dress I came across on my Pinterest feed. I was going for a sort of classy horror vibe, something Taming of the Shrew– era ghostly schoolgirl-like. What do you guys think?

Play me your favorite love song.
Thanks for hanging around, Little Pixies! I’ll talk to you guys tomorrow. I hope your Tuesday was filled with positive vibes and yummy food!
~ Pixie

Style Inspiration: Back to School Cats.

Back to School Cats.
Since college started about a month ago it seems I’m a little late for a “back to school O.I. However, I say boo to norms. High school students just went back not two (or three?) weeks ago. It’s always a “back to something” week for somebody, even if it doesn’t include school. I digress.
This back-to-whatever outfit idea was built on the basis of cats after I located these beautiful Charlotte Olympia Kitty Flats in the color “suede” from Harrods. Of course, not everyone can afford a $735 pair of flats, even if they are mind-crushingly adorable. Luckily, Pacsun has a great knockoff pair for only $30. They’re also available on 2B for even less than that, although they’re only available in black and leopard print. Since when has that ever been a bad thing, though?

Feeling down-to-earth?

Earthy Girl

For years I’ve wanted a pair of Minnetonka tall boots, ever since I saw a girl at school wear them with a white lace dress as demonstrated above. I just love the earthy-slouchy vibe they give off. They have a way of saying “I didn’t actually shower today” without looking bad.

But their $80 price tag? Not so appealing to me. Maybe someday I’ll own a pair of my very own, but not too soon. Living on a college budget of “can I pay for that with the lint in my pocket?” doesn’t take too kindly to a pair of shoes above the $10 mark. Sigh.