If you remember that SNL skit with Rob Schneider I heart you x1000.
So my friend and I realized this boy in our class looks identical to Twiggy.
Me: OH MY GOD. K, he looks like Twiggy!
K: OH MY GOD, he does!
Me: Dude, you ARE the Twigmeister.
Twigg: What are you talking about?
K: You are the reincarnated Twiggy! Only she never died!
Me: Can I marry you?
Twigg: Go away.
Me: You suck. K, maybe he has a sister!
K: Oh my god, do you have a sister?
Me: K, he has a sister! Man, do you realize how gorgeous your sister probably is? You are a lucky, lucky man.
K: *squeal*!!! Does she have a phone? What's your address?
Me: We want to stalk her and dress her up in tent dresses. Did I just say that out loud?
K: Yes, you did.
Me: Crap. Oh well, he never respected us anyways.
Twigg cautiously walks away
Seriously though, he has the freckles, hair, lashes. I want to pick him up and put him in my pocket. Which is very strange to say about a guy my age, seeing as that is normally something I would say about Isabel (aboot) and the majority of guys in my grade are very offset by my dress choices. So when I told him that I wore this outfit in his honor, he told all his friends I was a creeper. And really, who am I to argue?
Anyways, my mom and her 8 year old guitar student came into the room as I was taking these pictures.The top and belt are vintage, socks are AA, and the skirt is another one that my mom's friend gave me. It was her mom's in the sixties! I love it when you feel like your clothes have some type of history.
Also, I was considering wearing this with a solid colored top instead. It would look better, but also seems like the much more obvious and expected choice. What do you think?