By now you’ve heard me mention Hans a few times… No? Well then check out his YouTube channel, his Lookbook, his Twitter, and his Facebook photography page and get back to me. Cliffnotes: We went to college together, he came to NYC for a fashion internship this summer, and he just moved back! And as hip kids in Brooklyn are want to do, we caught up for a coffee and photo date.
It was just flat-ironed. I had it that way for my Olivia Pope videos. I’m gonna do it again probably in a week to shoot more stuff. But yeah, when I used to relax my hair it wouldn’t grow nearly that long.
Sandgrens (the adorable authentic Swedish clog company) anointed me their “Chosen One” for Pinterest this February! All month long I’ve been posting the cutest looks and my aesthetic all over their board! Check out and follow the board I’m curating here!
Okay hi watching your common white girl tag and you said you're from Kentucky and I'm super bummed because maybe you should have a Kentucky meet up for those of us who happen to live there. And you know don't nobody have no meet ups in Kentucky. C'mon, be an innovator. Do it for ussss.
I’m not in Kentucky very often, but maybe I could do one at Newport on the Levee the next time I’m in town!
In case you’re one of those lucky people who still understands happiness, Flappy Bird is this unnecessarily difficult game for iPhones in which you (a flappy bird) have to fly (tap on the screen to flap your wings) and try to navigate through a series of poorly placed pipes. You get 1 point per pipe you can successfully fly through. This would be all well and good if the space between pipes wasn’t so narrow that the slightest mis-tap sends you falling to the ground DECEASED.
While this all sounds too grim to bear, I promise it is worse than that. Here are the things I’ve learned from Flappy Bird:
1. Sometimes you aren’t meant to be good at things. Like Flappy Bird. Or juggling. Or strategic games. That’s…that’s fine.
2. Sometimes things are way harder than they have to be. Like Flappy Bird. Or taxes. Or removing glitter from your skin.
3. If you aren’t getting better at something, maybe it’s not your calling. Like Flappy Bird. Or fishing. Or Flappy Bird.
4. When people tell you you shouldn’t try something, you should probably listen to them. *Like eating right before swimming. Or cocaine.
5. Giving up doesn’t always mean you’re a quitter. Maybe you’re going on to greener pastures. Think bad relationships. Or smoking. Or Flappy Bird.