Have you noticed how often I’m carrying an umbrella in my photos? Too much for my liking. But that’s fall/winter/spring in the Pacific Northwest. And when it’s raining too hard, I end up posing indoors.
I skipped the umbrella today. The dark gray rainy days and pink spring cherry blossoms inspired me to mix this outfit together.
Jacket: JC Penney
T-shirt: Old Navy
Necklace: Reconstructed Clothing Co.
Purse: Nine West (thrifted)
Jeans: Gap (thrifted)
Boots: Dr Martens
In honor of National Poetry Month, I wrote a Haiku:
Cherry blossoms bloom
Reminds me spring is here now
Hope the rain will stop
About the jacket: I can’t believe it’s not leather. It’s buttery soft and oh-so-pale. I feel really pulled together when I wear it. Coincidentally, the little upcycled necklace I bought last week matches it. The necklace is an old ticket stub glued to wood and lacquered. What I want to know is “a ticket to what?” Admit one cat? My cat never admits anything, so I suppose we’ll never know. Regardless, it’s cute. And it adds cheer to a gloomy day.
3 responses to “Inspiration: Cherry Blossoms”
I am really amazed at your inspiration. You put this outfit and colors together really well! I love your jacket, the grey and pink mix so good together especially in this gloomy weather! very nice. The neklace is really adorable and if you find out what the ticket is for please let me know, I’m very curious too! 😀
Wearing pink and gray
On a gloomy day in spring
Looks very lovely
Our blossoms are not yet in bloom in Ontario. Gray is a very popular colour here, but can look a little dreary. You have added just what it needs – soft pink. The necklace is unique and great for cat lovers!!
I like your poem!
I haiku response?! Love it! Anika, I’ll let you know if I find out what that ticket was used for. Thanks for your kind words.