White and Blue

gap style, colorado fashion, curly hair bloggers, natural hair, winter style, winter layering, fashion bloggers, a mused blog


gap style, colorado fashion, curly hair bloggers, natural hair, winter style, winter layering, fashion bloggers


gap style, colorado fashion, curly hair bloggers, natural hair, winter style, winter layering, fashion bloggers

gap style, colorado fashion, curly hair bloggers, natural hair, winter style, winter layering, fashion bloggers
Gap cat print blouse // Lush confetti sweater // Gap jeans // Blondo boots // grandpa's beanie

Did you know I once attended school in Denver, CO? It was a short 5 month program that started in January. Whenever it snowed I had the most difficult time focusing in class (or just focusing period. I used to escape to the hallways and do cartwheels during the lectures just to gain some sanity.)
These photos were taken on my uncle Scott and his girl friend Penny's farm. I'm always telling my boyfriend that I want to live on a farm, and he never believes me. I mean, look how cute the cows and I look together. I think that alone should be sufficient enough evidence that I feel perfectly at home here. My uncle Scott even taught me how to handle a shot gun. He says I'm a natural. He'll make a farm girl out of me yet.

3 comments

-Movies on my Mind- said...

Goodness me, Amber! Where have you been?? You’ve gone ever
so incognito in recent months I feared perhaps it was a witty, though
non-intentionally caustic comment I made, that got your ire. I take it the
breakneck demands of retailing at this time of year have been pulling you in
every direction, and you’ve not had the chance of cruising by the blog as
regularly as you used to. Nonetheless, I appreciate you actually sifting
through previous posts you missed and providing your astute take on stuff. When
the cyber historians look back on my blog – the greatness of which was
unfortunately not properly appreciated during its time of origin – no doubt
your comments will be included in their appraisals.



I did see the Lana Del Ray Tropico music
video… well, I did once you brought it to my attention. With all the images of
lambs and fauna, it looks like a surreal version of being on Uncle Scott and
Penny’s farm. I’m not sure what to make of it. Lana Del Ray is a beautiful woman; like seriously gorgeous. Her
drugged-out vocal delivery is the most amazing voice in current pop music, yet
I’m not sure who she’s making music for. This video by Anthony Mandler is
clearly adult material, and the things she sings about seem like themes meant
to register with grownups, but she still wants to be an iconic pop star that
works for a mainstream audience. She’s actually an American singer that has
been signed and packaged by the British music industry, almost like a
hyper-real interpretation of Americana that’s been very effectively sold back
to you guys. The late French post-modernist philosopher Jean Baudrillard would
have had a field day with Lana and surmised his feelings about her more
effectively than I am doing, but I’m not entirely sure of what to make of the
John Wayne pastiche and Kansas sunset lyrics. I suppose I’m saying it looks
good but not sure it means anything.

Raven Locks said...

LOL!! "Look how cute the cows and I look together." I'm totally going to use that line next time the topic of owning a farm comes up. It happens frequently, btw. I grew up on a farm and I still miss it. I'm always telling my boyfriend that we should live on a farm. Cows are so cute! Especially Jersey cows. Those are my favorite :)


I have a cardigan that looks like your sweater!


xo Azu

Kate Amunrud said...

I love cows! I also love your necklace.

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