Hey friends! Happy Sunday. Did you have a good weekend? We've had a pretty good one. Friday night (when we snapped these photos) we grabbed drinks at Long Road Distillers (my favorite place for cocktails) and ordered a pizza flight from The Mitten. After that, we caught a concert at Pyramid Scheme for their 6th anniversary. Saturday, we grabbed brunch at Anna's House, saw Get Out at the theater, and then Eric headed off to the Kalamazoo area to play a show. I stayed home and watched You've Got Mail and fell asleep early. Hahaha, pretty typical night alone for me. Today, I had a bridal shower for a friend, and now I'm thinking of ordering a pizza and calling it a night. It's been raining for 24 hours straight, and it's just one of those gray, stay inside days.
There's a part of my style I never really calculated into my "folksy girl-next-door vibe" but it's a slightly more edgy style. Ripped denim, a jean jacket, lace up flats... something you'd wear to a concert. I grew up listening to punk music, so I think black, ripped clothing will always have a place in my heart, but I kind of love that this is totally something I'd wear in high school. When I first started blogging, I was really inspired by 90s grunge fashion – floral babydoll dresses, lace up boots, leather jackets, ripped denim. So I think I'll always have a love for that style, so I'll have to figure out a name that incorporates it all somehow. The "naming your style" was the hardest part of The Curated Closet, honestly. I landed at folky girl-next-door, but I think I need to do like... folksy girl-next-door with a nod to 90s grunge. Bahaha. I fail.
I hope you guys had a great week and weekend! I'm so excited tomorrow is May. My favorite spring month. May is my spring equivalent to October in autumn. The tulip fields are almost to peak color, so we'll be heading out there soon, along with so many fun upcoming plans. I also have a May small goals post coming this week. A new month, a new set of goals, and things to work toward. Plus, I'm also working on a fun little project in Muskegon that I can't wait to share more about soon! Otherwise, not much is new, so I won't ramble on and on about the same ol' same ol' (weather, style, organizing, upcoming plans). I know. I'm a slightly broken record. Thanks for continuing to read along after all of these years. Almost 8... can you believe it?