Daisy headband? Check. Flower power peasant top? Check. Steak and potatoes necklace and cheeseburger wristlet? Double check and don't hold the bacon!
Betsey Johnson, Macy's
Peace and love and eating meat aren't two things that usually go together. People of the pacifist persuasion are often depicted as vegetarians, whereas their warlord counterparts are seen salivating over all that is juicy. Maybe that's why I was compelled to come up with a look that says Woodstock-meets-woodfire-grill. I like contrasts. Visually, they offer artistic appeal. Intellectually, they bridge the space between black and white. I cotton to the contrast of this particular outfit because I'm a live-and-let live lady who digs both boho duds and Red Robin. Also, if I'm being honest (and I am, always), then it gives me an opportunity to reheat my Fabulous Felt Steak Dinner Necklace.
Fabulous Felt Steak Dinner Necklace
It's an old one, this necklace, so much so that I can now call it aged beef. Which is weird because unlike wine or blue cheese, I feel like such a so-called delicacy would attract maggots. But then, my left mini meathook in this pic is pretty weird, too, all lumpy and intense reddish purple. I wish I could say that its rib-eye-ripe shade is the result of slaying London broil, but the toughest thing it's ever sundered is felt.
Also, truth be told, I eat mostly chicken.