We’re back with another episode of “How Does Wildfox Always Make The Best Lookbooks?” with today’s guest, Sarah, who will basically just tell you how much she loves their newest Gypsy lookbook. It’s magical, glorious, and all the other words synonymous with these that I don’t feel like googling. Ok, just a few more…magnificent, marvelous, memorable, and let’s end this with a powerful, majestic. Once you see my favorites, you’ll know what I’m talking about. It’s all glam camping, barely there dreads, and crowns for days on these three gorgeous girls that will make you want to trek into the wilderness for a half-assed re-creation. But seriously, I have to make one of those crowns you’re bound to fall in love with towards the end of the lookbook. I don’t even know what they’re made of, but I need one. I’ll just let you look at these photos now…
P.S. I so seriously recommend you listen to “I Lived” by One Republic while scrolling through these pictures. Promise you’ll love it!
So, do you love it as much as I do?!? And does anyone else want to go egg hunting now? If you want to see the full lookbook, you’ll want to click here.
Last Thursday I went to Fashion for Breakfast at Cecconi’s, which is kind of a super fun way to spend a Thursday morning if you have the time. If you’re in LA, promise me you’ll try Fashion for Breakfast once. It’s $15 and besides the breakfast and always fun company, there’s an incredible human being there to talk about their career in fashion. It’s good stuff. I’ve gone twice, and both times I’ve ordered the green eggs, a light avocado homage to an eggs benedict, because it’s too delicious to try anything else. I should have taken a picture, but I just devoured it. I found this picture from the first time I went if you’re interested. Do you see that pesto? I could bathe in that pesto it’s so good.
My mom and I (because she came with me) did a quick farmer’s market stop in Century City on the way home, and because life is magical, some of the roses are still alive. Although, I might be even more in love with the dead ones. Anyhow, I’m a fan of the outfit. The shorts are a Brandy Melville warehouse sale steal, the leather jacket is a last Friday of the month buy (also a steal), I can thank Forever 21 for these cheap nude heels, and the top is a flowy Free People dream. And if you’re into accessories, my vintage Louis Vuitton lock necklace is everything I’ve ever wanted in a piece of jewelry. Definitely top five.
What I’m Wearing: Free People top | Brandy Melville shorts (similar) | Forever 21 heels (similar) | Muubaa leather jacket (similar) | vintage Louis Vuitton lock necklace
Rings (from left to right): Vintage lion (from my grandma’s closet) | Tiffany & Co ring | random Shopping Network ring | vintage snake ring | Vidakush midi rings | random brand snake ring | Vidakush seashell ring | Tiffany & Co ring | Free People snake hand cuff
As long as we’re on the subject, any great breakfast places I should check out?
Who else is in major flower mode right now? Maybe it’s the gorgeous Pinterest boards talking, but is it too much to ask to be surrounded by roses and other brightly colored flowers wherever I go? I feel like it’s not. On a slightly unrelated note, but kind of related because it’s in the same post, I’ve been inspirational quote binging recently, which means I’ve been screenshotting basically every good quote that comes before my eyes on Instagram. So yeah, we’re doing a jumble of the best flower pics with some quotes strewn about. Because what are Wednesday for if not for random inspiration to be left for you to find? Exactly, they would be nothing.
Note, it would seem there are more quotes then flowers so it’s more of a quote post with some roses thrown in to break it up. You’re welcome for the heads up.
That last one get’s me every time…what are you obsessing over right now?
Let me tell you a little story about this incredible fox turtleneck sweater. It starts with a girl who was once put into a near panic, just thinking about donning a turtleneck. She’d never actually worn a neck-brace but often compared those terrible turtlenecks to such things. Of course, one day, that all changed. She spotted the most gorgeous fox turtleneck sweater at a magical Widlfox warehouse sale where the price had been dropped down to $50. Feeling the fabric, the girl realized this wasn’t another too-itchy-to-handle sweater, and when she tried it on “just for fun” she suddenly realized there was more to this turtleneck world than the claustrophobia inducing tops she’d once hung in her closet with shame. That girl is me, and this hotsie totsie foxy sweater (dare you to say that phrase and not love life a little bit more) is all mine.
Hi, I'm Sarah, the loser behind Loser Girl Wins. If you're a fashion lover, word enthusiast, nail polish collector, cooking pretender and/or a mermaid and unicorn aficionado, you've come to the right place. if you hate all those things, I don't know what to tell you. Stick around, I'll be back in a second to do stuff!