Hey all- remember that dress I wore that I got to review from eShakti? That dress continues to get wears even though I bought it in the summer and it's now the Houston version of blindingly cold (so 30s to 50s, and I'm fully aware that anyone from the North would laugh at me for saying that. I would laugh at me for saying that), so I feel pretty comfortable endorsing how much I like and use that dress. Well, the folks there were kind enough to send me a promo code- CUPCAKE0811- that was created for ya'll to get $20 off when they shop at eShakti, and it's valid till 31st December, 2011. In the interest of full disclosure, I wanted to let you know that if you use this code, I would get store credits.
On an unrelated note, being a grad student means that I am encouraged to attend many seminars. Some of these I'm totally jazzed about (like today where the speaker gave a really comprehensive view of drug development in my field of study- and it was a really well done talk). Sometimes though, the talks that I attend are less relevant to what I'm working on or totally over my head, and I am plagued by the problem of zoning out during seminars (this happens even during talks that I'm excited about and interested in-it's something that I struggle with). And so my careful notes start drifting towards to-do lists and clothing design ideas and lately, sketches of what I'm wearing.
I actually managed to get a real-life comparison for the one of the right. You might notice that in real life, I have hands. And facial features :)
I've actually tried doing some outfit doodles at home now and the bf saw them, asked me about them, and then asked me if I was going to upload them to the blog (which cracked me up, and I thought was really adorable). Considering how well I'm doing on making time to take pictures and how often I'm in seminar, it might be time to change the format of my outfit posts :)
Outfit: Dress: La Posh Style/ Cardigan, belt, leggings, socks: Target/ Boots: Steve Madden Girl Via Delias