I just spent a while thinking about the future of my blog etc. etc. In the past I have been very huffy about limiting what I post about, making posting schedules, and developing an overall theme for my blog. I wanted freedom, not schedules goddammit! But lately I have been finding that the unstructured nature of my blog has been bothering me. It feels too scattered. I've never been a person that has wanted to share everything on the internet. Instead, I like creating content specifically for this online space rather than feeling like my blog defines me. So I am going to try something new. Gone are the days of me posting whatever photos fall into my lap. I would rather have this as a more curated space with a more specific theme than "I thought this was cool so I posted it without much thought." I would now like to turn to the things that really make me tick and think: history, womanhood, and art.
I've been wanting to do more interviews and profiles on women that inspire me, and that is coming soon. For now, I have an outfit post (outfits will now be filed under the "Adornments" tab at the top of my page) from the Getty Center yesterday. As a girl obsessed with 16th-century European art and living far away from most of it in Los Angeles, the Getty Center is a real haven for me. I actually just applied to a job there, but who knows what will become of that. Anyways, Ian and I paid the museum a visit yesterday and it was lovely as ever. I wore my favorite striped jumpsuit (and yes, it is from Forever 21 and I certainly want to move away from fast fashion retailers like that, but for now ya girl is broke and needs to wear the clothes she already has). The Getty is just the calmest place in LA and it has a definite air of magic to it. A modern marble exterior filled with centuries of magical objects as its interior.
Jumpsuit - F21 // Shoes - Old Navy // Sunglasses - Garrett Leight