Mother Nature, I bow my head in submission. When it gets to the point where I am afraid to go outside, you know you are dealing with some serious sh**t. Hmmm, looking at this photo, I realized my hair looks kind of cool from above.
But as the Fabulous Ms. Streisand once sang...
"A Girl's Gotta Have a Sense of Humour..."
My inspiration here was "frozen stuck to a window" (hence the title, Freeze Frame, get it....yeah)
I bought the yarn necklace/collar from the woman who made the cool dolls in this post. It fastens with a big button at the back and as there is some wool in it I thought it might be itchy, but it was cozy, not scratchy. You can find more of her knitwear for sale on Etsy here.
I am wearing a dress over pants, which apparently was "on trend" last year. This year, it's a way to keep warm. I found this dress at H & M in November and I was drawn to the funky print, which reminded me of a rib cage. In warmer weather, it works on its own, or as I'm wearing it today, as an extra layer.
ribcage dress - H & M
leather and fabric pants - Danier leather
boots - Housing Works Thrift Store in New York
knit collar - Humble Home
And just because it's cold, and I have a cold, I spent $10 on the new L'Oreal Colour Riche Press-On Nails. My nails are a mess; they won't grow past the ends of my fingers without splitting, and polish just chips off, so I thought I'd see whether these are any good. They were pretty easy to put on (the adhesive is separate from the nails) and look real. I'll report back on how long they lasted.
Thanks for all the "Get Well Soon" wishes on my last post - they were much appreciated, and seem to be doing the trick!