I was poking around the other day, looking for a bunny head I had seen on someone (don’t ask) and ended up back at yumyum. I love yumyum. Everything there is so cute without being twee, pretty and sweet without being cloying. I just can’t handle twee, so that’s saying a lot. Even the bunny head appeals to me.
I stumbled in past the many plants in pots and glass containers of which I have too many, past the sculpty antique chairs, past the wreaths (two of which I bought), past the herbs in gardening boxes, and found myself in front of the most fantastic sweaters. So of course, I got one. Between the amazing texture, the perfectly done sculpties, the pure coziness of it, I am just thrilled. And this is again, a perfect example of how toraji Voom makes cute without crossing to twee.
I found a pair of jeans from Dawn Memorial that matched the sweater well and were chic enough to go with the sweater. And then the other to-die-for in this ensemble are the boots from JB Gazov. I have already explained my love of all things J’s, and these boots reinforce those feelings. These are the ankle boots for a knee-high boot—I got the multicolor version. They also come with two heels.. a stiletto and a more square version. OK, yes, I love these boots.
Finally, I dressed up with a brand new loose updo from Truth Hawks, a beautiful skin from Lorac Farella—one of my favorites, and jewelry from Maeve Mortlock and Nuala Shippe. I feel chic and warm and just right.
With the smell of burning leaves in the air and the sound of leaves crunching underfoot:
Hair: >TRUTH< Cameron – auburn by Truth Hawks for Truth
Sweater: **DP**yumyum:romantic sweater/green by toraji Voom for yumyum
Earrings: Ear Candy ~ Copper Bell Earrings by Maeve Mortlock for Ear Candy
Ring: Kunstakammer revised ring stack colorway 5 by Nuala Shippe for Kunstakammer
Boots: J’s Long Boots Round (11Colors) by JB Gazov for J’s