I love the kooky pattern, particularly since it went onto the back of the skirt. I hate it when patterns or embroidery are only on the front of garments - it's like designers think we're only going to be seen from the front. Silly!
See? Pattern on the back:
I like the unevenness of it, too. Of course, I went all matchy-matchy and did a blue sweater, yellow bracelet and gold and silver accessories:
You can see all the stuff going on with the skirt (thank goodness for the grey background, or we'd have some sort of fashion disaster going on!) - eee, it has studs on it! Love!
I'm not really miserable, by the way, I just went for the alliteration (and the weather's kind of craptastic).
The chain belt is vintage from the 60s (story of what the belt originally looked like here), and the cuff is one of my crazy-good thrift deals ($4 with a $35 sticker underneath it).
Sweater (Tobias), skirt (Bianca Nygard), shoes (BCBGirls), cuff (thrifted), belt (Mom's, 60s vintage), earrings (don't remember).