This was clearly a different time. A time when people used the word “half-breed” and sat on horses while wearing headdresses. Cher could probably still do this, though, and no one would blink an eye. “Oh, there’s Cher again, and…is she on a horse? Good for her.”
Just had an idea to make a Harry Dean Stanton board. Weirdly enough, not finding a lot of Harry Dean on that site!
I guess this means it is my calling to make sure Pinterest is more Harry Dean friendly. Can you tell I’m procrastinating? This is part of my process. Leave me alone.
As you probably know by now, I love the show New Girl. My boyfriend and I watch it together every Tuesday night, although I think we’re watching it for different reasons. I mean, yeah, we both watch it for the laughs, but he (like most dudes) has a little bit of a crush on Zooey D., and I (like most girls) just want to wear all of her outfits.
The coolest thing about her clothes is that they are actually semi-attainable most of the time. I mean, okay, I am not actually going to spend $168 dollars on this dress from Anthropologie, but I did see it up close when I was there last weekend (not buying anything, touching everything and pretending it was mine, thinking about what it would be like if my bedroom was in the giant tent-thing they had set up in the middle of the store). Anyway, if you spend every episode of New Girl whispering, “Ohhhh, I want that dress,” then I have the sites for you!
What Would Zooey Deschanel Wear?
Fashion of New Girl
You’re welcome, ladies. Let’s all buy some clothes we can technically afford but still can’t really afford.
PS- These were shorts the whole time! I really thought this was a skirt!
I couldn’t be more excited to be a new HelloGiggles columnist. I’ll be writing about young adult literature every Saturday.
I’m really honored to be in the company of a lot of women I really admire and part of an environment that fosters and inspires female creativity. And it should go without saying that I’m really happy to be writing about my favorite subject ever. Please check out my article, maybe leave a comment on it if the spirit moves you. This week’s pick is Anastasia Krupnik by Lois Lowry. Oh, and don’t forget to let me know if there are any YA books you’d like me to cover!