I miss being a kid. The lack of responsibility. The uncontrollable joy in the little things. Being able to eat like a pig and look like a twig. Though I arguably have maintained
many a few of these childlike qualities, I like to think that I have grown up a bit. Except in one regard. I still become inexplicably thrilled for the holidays. This is not exclusive to Christmas. I pretty much love all of them. With Easter right around the corner, I can’t help but feel a little twinkle of excitement. Mainly because holidays combine three of my favorite things: eating, dressing up and being with my loved ones. Though gone are the days when I could get away with a matching bonnet and frock (trust me, if I could, I would), I found this dress an acceptable alternative. It’s very grownup Easter-appropriate. Not too fluffy, it still has a feminine flair. The booties add a bit of downtown chic. So maybe my dress is more mature, but my Easter plans are not. I am joining my best friend and her family at a farm. Think baby donkeys, baby goats, chicken coops and pigs. Quite frankly, they had me at baby donkeys. I am counting the moments until Sunday. Just because I look like an adult doesn’t mean I have to act like one!
Vivian Chan “Dara” Dress, The Office of Angela Scott booties, Cristina Ramella “World” cuff, XIV Karats necklace (similar $$$$),Seoul Little “Los Angeles” necklace, Catbird, XIV Karats and ginette_ny rings (similar), MAC lipstick in Lady Danger
Photos by Michele LoBosco