dress: h&m, hoodie borrowed from my brother: lacoste live (men's), denim jacket: gap, beanie: american apparel
Remember way back when, Rachel Green tried introducing the nightwear as dinner-wear look, but had to say "USA not ready." This time around, thanks to the French houses of Vuitton and Saint Laurent, us Americans are ready to step up our game. Sadly, I can't afford the lace and wool version Cara (yeah, we're on a first name basis, nbd) sported in the pages of British Vogue. Not to mention, lace is tricky. It can easily look very, very cheap, regardless of price point. So I was thrilled to come across this affordable H&M piece, which is pretty similar to a popular, and pricier, Zara dress. To negate any risk of risqué, I was inspired by Ms. Medine's methods of man-getting to man-repelling, and layered up. My mane of mangled hair also helped retain some modesty.
P.S SHOUT OUT TO MY LITTLE BROTHER FOR GETTING INTO THE PRINCETON UNIVERSITY CLASS OF 2018!! #canyoutellimexcited #proudbigsis The ever so enthusiastic shopper that I am, I may or may not have placed several online orders full of Princeton apparel for him in celebration of his accomplishment.