dreamweaver

I love dreamcatchers. I've always wanted one. Whenever I come across a really cool one in an antique store, I'm tempted to buy it. But I don't. I just hold it in my hands and pretend like it's doing something magical and ethereal while I study the beading and wrapping, wishing it was hanging up in my bedroom.
Recently, I decided I wanted to capture that magic and fantasy of a dreamcatcher in a necklace. I've been searching for one ever since.
Free People top and socks, Aurélie Bidermann necklace, M Missoni skirt, Sam Edelman boots, Botkier handbag, Ray-Ban sunglasses
As much as I would like to say this is my perfect necklace and it is on its way to my house, that is not the case. Maybe if I had a spare $1,680 laying around. Apparently, one-of-a-kind chalcedony embellishments aren't cheap. The one thing I do own from this look is the Free People North Star tee, and now I feel obliged to say that I wear it almost every day. Now I feel obliged, again, to say that I own it in multiple colors. I don't need to tell you I love it, but I love it.
Onto the Missoni skirt. Um, do you die?! It blows my mind. Although designer prices can get mind-blowingly high, the clothes are deservedly brilliant.