thekirbybee Homemade granola is done, now back to studylyf - this briefing note is calling my name. Sunday funday! 4d

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thekirbybee Early Saturday morning sartorial dreaming. Cosy knits and slouchy pants - graphic prints optional - are definitely in my future.
Regram @mytheresaprgirl
6d

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thekirbybee Frayed edges.
To be frayed is to be worn or unravelled at the edge, to be showing the effects of age or wear or strain. It lends itself to notions of imperfection, when in reality it is the frayed edges themselves that are perfect.
1w

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thekirbybee Study life. All about the learns 'round here. 1w

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thekirbybee Tuesday night @thebodyshopaust clay mask. Can't move my face; this must be what Botox feels like. 1w

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thekirbybee Birthday flowers. Just because they aren't young and fresh anymore doesn't mean they aren't beautiful. Past their 'prime', dried flowers have a beauty that is unique to them. They are slow in a world that sometimes moves too fast and possess an element of longevity that marks them as different amongst all those fifteen minutes of fame. I'm keeping mine until they turn to dust... 1w

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thekirbybee Interrupting Sunday study to dream of big grey coats and European winters.
Regram @lauralestyle
2w

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thekirbybee How many tea infusers should one take when moving to the other side of the world? Think I might need one more... 2w

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thekirbybee These pointed pony hair loafers from @mode_collective are seriously testing my 'no new purchases' vow.
Sigh.
It's the sartorial version of Murphy's Law; you see nothing when you're looking and everything when you're not.
2w

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thekirbybee Today I am dyeing.
The kind of dyeing that requires a wooden spoon, a pot of simmering water and a garment you've fallen out of love with. Today it's some acid wash denim which surprisingly hasn't held my attention like I thought it would.
Fingers crossed that what emerges will be something to love, again.
Do try it at home.
2w

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thekirbybee Food is most definitely the way to this girls heart. 2w

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thekirbybee Falling in sartorial love all over again with @ostwaldhelgason and Resort '14. The pleats in the latest SS collection are equally as lust-worthy. 2w

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thekirbybee Happiness.
Now I've returned to the land of the living, I feel a splurge at @booktopiabooks is on the cards...
2w

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thekirbybee Finally crawling out from under the blankets and back into the 'real world', cup of tea in hand and wrapped in cozy knits.
I love winter, but I could do without the flu!
2w

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thekirbybee Linda just kicking it (literally) rocking some nineties threads, the likes of which have found their way onto my sartorial wishlist. Maybe it's my fuzzy, cold induced brain, or maybe Linda is just cool. 3w

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thekirbybee Alongside chunky knits and serpent-like scarves, I like to fill my winter with washed out denim and man-size blazers.
Sartorial choices in the coldest of seasons seem to possess an element of comfort, of familiarity - with a underlying theme of protection and preservation.
Sinclair Lewis said 'Winter is not a season, it's an occupation.'
And perhaps he was right, but I still love winter, like the old friend and foe it is.
3w

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