Haruki Murakami, “Concerning the Sound of a Train Whistle in the Night or On the Efficacy of Fiction”
fantastic embroidered button-up granny sweater by ~free people~. 45% wool, 55% polyester. it’s really cute. great to wear with floral dresses, tights, and boots in the fall. overall a really adorable accent piece. labeled a size large, but i’m sure you could shrink it somehow if you want it smaller/more fitted. i wore it loosely and i liked it that way. it looks much nicer in person, i think. the colors go with lots of things.
$8 + $5s+h = $13
SALE $5 + $5s+h = $10
I kinda want this but I’m not in usa. Will you ship to Europe?
nice little love21 floral collared sundress. lined and swingy, size m. it’s a good length, hits me at the knee about. i have some very wonderful memories attached to the few times i wore this dress. it had a matching sash-belt-thingie but i lost it at a bonfire. the only reason why i’m getting rid of this one is that i never wear it anymore. i think it deserves a good new home, free of my neglect.
$7 + $3s+h = $10
Model Agnete Hegelund reading. Anthropologie July 2011 Look Book.
Agnete Hegelund (born 10 March 1988) signed with Ford Models after being discovered by her mother agency while shopping at Flying A in Copenhagen. Two weeks later, she appeared on her first cover for German Elle.
via devoutfashion: “HUNG UP ON ROMANCING” – DIVO MAGAZINE May 2013