Today’s post may look like a typical outfit post (which it partially is), but I also wanted to take a second to talk a little bit about the Geek Fashion Panel that I had the pleasure of speaking on at Comikaze 2014. With all the different type of geek fashion bloggers and geek clothing designers on the panel, we had a great time discussing all sorts of topics – what we’d like to see for the future of geek fashion, what our personal geek fashion style is, and even how we decide if we’re going to purchase a piece a piece of geek clothing? We definitely touched on things I rarely thought about such as “knock off” pieces and knowing if you’re buying an original design versus a copy cat. I was even surprised to find
With wedding season in full swing, it’s a good idea to have a handful of dresses to choose from next time you receive that invitation in the mail. I have been loving BCBG’s younger label, BCBGeneration, for a while now and this dress combines the many things that are so fashion forward about the line while also being fun and cute. While it’s an obvious choice to pair this dress with a good pair of nude pumps (a la Kylie Jenner here), I decided to go a more rebellious route and wear my more edgy Michael Kors Berkeley zipper sandals instead.
Being surrounded by casually dressed engineers in California sometimes has it’s downside. I find myself getting “lazy” in my style choices and not always going for the more polished and professional look. Flats usually win over heels. Sometimes I wish the dress code were more like my friends who work in the financial districts of New York, but hey, the grass is always greener, right? Continue reading
Ahh… wedding season. Looks like I will making good use of my closet of dresses since I have 5 weddings over the next 3 months. I know the general rule is “never wear white to a wedding”, but I thought this dress was an exception to that rule.