Lady: House of Make Believe may I help you? Me: Hi, I was wondering if you carry mustard outfits? Lady: What? Me: I am looking for a mustard suit. Lady: Ummm.... Me: Or just a sandwich? Lady: Hold on... Lady: I'm sorry we don't have mustard or a sandwich. We do have a pickle, a banana...oh wait i lost the banana... a chili pepper, salt and pepper a popcorn...and square bob. Me: ok thanks for checking for me! I'll give you a call back.
it's true. television and movies helped mold me into the person i am today.
so much for private school and good parenting, huh?
it's funny. to think about the person i was when i was 14.
to be completely unaware, and sooooo emotional.
jordan catalano broke my heart too...
and yes. i cut my long blond hair into a bob and dyed it red.
here's another "molding" moment...
this was more intense.
again, i cut off all of my hair and dyed it platinum, started listening to 7 year bitch and writing in a journal, wanted nothing more than to own an old yellow bug, and thought kissing a window was the most romantic gesture in the world.
sorry for the lame song to accompany this oh so nostalgic video.
it takes a lot of energy and dedication, but i walked away with a tie dye bikini and killer floral leggings (which will look awesome with my thierry mugler blazer that i have yet to wear) for under 40euro.
i did this in a little under 2 hours (we won't count the small time frame i spent frozen in galliano).
Their new pop-up shop (Located in the back of MeatPacking's Earnest Sewn ) will be modeled after a typical teenager's bedroom called All We Ever Wanted. The pop-up will only be there for 10 weeks, and will house one-of-a-kind, limited edition items like tote bags, stickers, tees, and tanks. Starting July 1st; Earnest Sewn Flagship Store, 821 Washington St.; (212)-242-3414.