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Running up the stairs, gonna meet you on the rooftop
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Saturday, July 7, 2012 at 8:25 PM (Pacific)


Dress: J.Crew Shelby
Cardigan: T by Alexander Wang
Shoes: Arche

As soon as I'd donned this dress (it'd been sitting back of the closet, awaiting the perfect summer day), I did kind of kick myself why I hadn't gotten the navy blue version of it. (Even though I like the pink better, pink coordinates so well with army green, yadda yadda...) This is the sort of thing J.Crew does right—a nice dress, not so short you'd have to fret, not cheaply made, enough detail to be charming, pockets, fact I've gotten into dresses for the weekend, if only because they're so effortless.

Talking Heads, "Psycho Killer" (1977, this version 1978)

I don't believe I ever saw Talking Heads this young until now, 34 years after this was filmed, and I couldn't resist posting it. Interesting how this generation gets to see these people at this age, when the generation which was young at the time, didn't.

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