Because honestly. Type "rainbow dress" into Google or ShopStyle and what you get are either Sequoia Nana hippie tie-dyed numbers which, um--no--or the cutest freaking dresses ever...for kids. I mean, is it wrong that I want her dress, her hair, her boots, and her elbows that could actually be described as insouciant?? God, I really wish my elbows were still insouciant. Or souciant even. Because as a grown up my elbows are just pointy and there.
So yeah, the only perfect rainbow dress I have found for the over 6 set is this vintage number that has already been sold. And had a 26" waist, so, yeah. *sigh*
The only available rainbowish dress still out there is a Kate Spade polka dot thing that, although on sale, is still a leeetle pricey, plus I find it terribly hard to trust pigeon-toed models.
Which leaves me with accessories. I adore this bracelet, but can't quite pull the trigger on an online order for all of $15.99. Which, I know. Damned if you are très cher, damned if you 'aint...And while we're on the subject of insouciant elbows (I know I'm still thinking about them), why are all kids clothes so much freaking cuter than clothes for grown ups? I've been searching for the perfect leopard flats to replace my thousand year old faves that are getting holes in the toes and I came across these perfect little meows...
Ugh. You guys, it's raining here. Not even the hard kind of driving rain that makes your tummy feel funny in a good way, but the drizzly spit kind of rain that makes the day something to get through. I don't want to just get through the day. What I want is a rainbow frock. Or a shirt. A skirt? Sandals? Something? Can anyone point me in the general direction of where the sun is refracted through water droplets in the atmosphere, and there is a bevy of beautiful rainbows for me to buy?