I have run out of ways to describe the heat and humidity. WELL DONE, MOTHER NATURE, you minx. You have rendered me wordless. I may need to take up Cantonese or perhaps Afrikaans? to be able to collect more ways to say "sticky" "airless" and "Satan's armpit".
That aside, guess what?? It is still amazing to get out of the city.
We went to visit Darbie & Justin in their incredible new house in Kingston, NY. Otherwise known as my next place of residence. I loved it there!
We went for a walk down to the waterfront.
It is possible that a partially polyester vintage bathing suit (?? I think? There are built-in bloomers under there!) is maybe not the best choice for a muggy summer day but let's just BE WILD, shall we?!? It;s called L-I-V-I-N.
Tell me: do you think some sort of acid-loving clay artisan painted this crazy door? It looks like I'm melting into it... MELLTINGGGG.
New-ish Dolcetta sandals (Dolce Vita for Urban Outfitters) that may be my perfect summer shoe: they have a heel that doesn't feel like a heel (you can walk all day in them, no prob), and super wide straps that make them feel tougher and cooler than most sandals I have, i.e. ones that mostly make me feel like a second grader.
Important side discussion: This orange nail polish from Essie. The shade is so very much NOT captured correctly here; it is basically radioactive. It's got to be called Chernobyl Bliss or something, the color is unreal.
I have had this little cropped cotton cardigan for about 10 years. It's vintage Wrangler and I don't think I've worn it since 2005. I have been wearing it all the time lately. Score one for packrats !
It's not so bad having someone take your photos for you, especially when they can capture this special look of overheated PAIN on my face! SEXXXY!
It's a damn shame what that humidity does to a tight BANGS game like mine...oh well. You can't be perfect all the time, right?
I love not-New-York-City-cities.