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Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

Asher from One Turn Kill by Sylvia G Photography

When I first saw this dress I kind of thought it was a little girls dress but started walking towards it anyway.  I got close enough to realize it was in fact for adults, and not children, and immediately grabbed it, it was definitely coming home with me!  I didn’t care how it fit or if it even fit at all, I needed it.  It’s like a massive leopard print sweatshirt in dress form.  HELLO!  Can you beat that?!?  I knew it needed shoes to rival it’s awesomeness, and what better than these space cadet boots?  I literally feel like a space cadet when I wear them and I am so happy about it.  They feel like you are walking on the moon, which I think is hard to accomplish in a platform boot of such height.  Camper has it mastered!  What do you think?  Would you rock them?

I like to change things up in my house quite a bit.  I am constantly changing something, moving from one room to the next.  Whether it’s switching the quilt on my bed, adding more pillows to my couch, or putting wheels on my kitchen table (more on that later my friends), I like my surroundings to change!  I tend to gravitate towards the colorful, as you can tell by the color of my couch, and then change things around to make it not feel so overwhelming.  Case in point, the canvas hanging above the couch!  It has been quite a few things, but as soon as I decide I am over what’s on it I just start over again with a fresh coat of white paint.  Eventually it will probably collapse under it’s own weight because there will be so many layers of paint on it, but for now it perfectly balances out the mass amount of color brought into the room by the couch with it’s mostly stark white appearance.  The small amount of color brought in through the lettering pulls everything together so nicely!  Do you have pieces like that, pieces yo continually alter to fit whatever else is going on in the room?  I wanna hear about it!

Dress: Zara // Shoes: Camper // Couch: Ikea // Pillows: Homegoods

Photography by Sylvia Gunde

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