See, this is what I get for paying attention in class.
Velvet metallic brocade. Its owner (who was wearing a very stylish black-and-white plaid coat) didn't want to photographed, or else this photo would have been an even more amazing mix of patterns and textures. Thanks to my model, though!
Goodness, I wish you could see the drummer in this shot. He looked like Screech from 'Saved by the Bell,' except with hipster glasses, a light brown 'fro, muscles, and a penchant for red singlets. So, kind of not. But still.
Anyway, this band. Down With Webster. You know your friend Renzie? I imagine he could have provided their wardrobe, simply by digging into his closet. He might have a career as a stylist for Canadian hip-hop pop-rock bands who get signed by Timbaland.
Point being (as evidenced from the J. Brand denim and cashmere v-neck you "borrowed" from that same closet over winter break)-- definitely things you would wear.
They even managed to coordinate- accidentally, of course, because it's cooler that way- when we watched the Project Runway premiere last week. I was loving the purple and grey color scheme.
Shea's is really nice, especially with the checked scarf. What makes it really "you," though, is the fact that that awesome cinched high-waisted sundress is actually a cleverly repurposed night gown.
J. Brendan's was another favorite (you would also like his blog). Bright layers, obviously, and love the odd/awesome pseudo-houndstooth checks on his hoodie. They really pop in the detail shot.
Loved seeing you this weekend. Was especially impressed by what you wore at the ballet. Who knew cropped grey puffer coats went so well with motorcycle boots and bright green mini-dress muumuus? Also, kind of want that huge white cardigan you wore to vegan brunch (the waiter was totally checking out your décolletage, by the way).