A little plaid is always appreciated here, but I'm not sure about plaid, cheetah, and a stain-glass window print. Whatever floats your boat.
It was like nothing was out-of-the-ordinary or too extreme. Everyone was very comfortable and accepting with each other.
I brought sun glasses, but I took them off pretty early on because I wanted to see all the colors as they were.
Spotted the talented Scott Schuman of the Sartorialist. I don't think I really need to include who he is or his website, but I will anyway. I really had to look twice. If you are familiar with any of his blog posts, Instagram posts, or books, then you know he really has a great eye and sees things differently.
He was so approachable and kind, and very humble when we asked him if he was, indeed, the Sartorialist. He asked me for a card for my blog, of course I didn't have any (note to self: make cards), but he said that he liked the title of my blog, which was amazing coming from him.
We waited by the exit of the show to see all the people come out, and all of a sudden Grace Coddington was in front of me! I really couldn't believe my eyes.
She was very nice, but I was literally speechless. On the car ride home, and even as I'm writing this, I was pinching myself to believe that I actually met Scott Schuman and Grace Coddington within the same day. I was overwhelmed with the fashion, my only fashion outlet, normally, is this blog, and seeing so much at once was overwhelming, in a fantastic way. One of the best, if not the best, afternoons of my life.