Ann Taylor Draped Cowl Neck Top | BCBGMAXAZRIA Abree Relaxed Jacket | Gap 1969 Always Skinny Jeans | Zara Mini City Bag (als0 in navy) | Miu Miu Taupe Pumps

This outfit is just overflowing with originality, isn’t it?

The Draped Cowl Neck Top from Ann Taylor is a relatively new addition to my closet but one I feel fairly confident recommending to you all. 


The style runs a little smaller (and shorter) for Ann Taylor so those between sizes (or are bigger-busted) would probably find sizing up to be the most comfortable and flattering option. 

The style is now on sale (and an extra 40% off with code LOOK40).

Draped Cowl Neck Top in XXSP

My response to a comment in my last post sparked follow-up e-mails
from a few casual readers. Many of them were wondering why I post on
such a stochastic schedule. The lingering question seemed to be: What are
you doing when you are not blogging?!



I try to keep
the discussion on this blog somewhat fashion-related (occasional
outbursts, PSAs, and indignant rants notwithstanding) but will,
in the future, occasionally sprinkle in a few personal anecdotes at the end to justify my posting schedule (I promise to keep TMI to a minimum).



So more
recently I have been preoccupied with building a 3D printer. And it is a
tremendously ambitious undertaking. When I am not at work toiling away
to fund my expensive hobbies, I am researching (this is the fun part; I
am remarkably sluggish on the execution part) and contemplating which kits to
buy for the aforementioned machine.



If any of you have
experience building your own 3D printer, please help me (just kidding; I
enjoy muddling through too much to seek professional help).



As Andrew Solomon wrote in Far From the Tree (awesome
book; everyone should read it): If you banish the dragons, you banish
the heroes—and we become attached to the heroic strain in our personal
history.