Let’s hear it for the boysssssssss… Section… For clothes…

Honestly the only place that I’ve been shopping lately is the Men’s section of Target and Thrift Stores (all sections – cause I’m a Thrift-Whore)(I really like the term Thrift-Whore).  I don’t know if it’s the present state of women’s apparel or if I’m just really getting into the men’s wear trend?  All I know is that I constantly want to wear a button-up, oxfords, and a bow-tie.

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– Thrifted navy button-up shirt from the men’s department – buttoned all the way up

– Thrifted cotton-knit over-sized boyfriend cardigan with actual wooden buttons (It’s missing one button – I still have it – I just have yet to re-sew it on).  This sweater is amazing – unfortunately it kept throwing up little cotton-pills onto my black pants all day.  I used a lint roller like 18 times that day.

– Black skinny Levis that are a bit too big and gap in the waist, or show off my butt-crack when I bend over.

– Maroon/black buffalo check scarf

– Gold bar stud-earrings

– Antique suede oxford shoes that I assume were brown once (Though, I never had them when they were) and have now turned an olivey-green with sun-exposure

– Stripey ankle socks that you could see between my pants & shoes

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– Beautiful new jacket from the men’s department of Target.  It’s a twofer: green canvas body with black faux-leather arms.  It also has a sherpa-lined hood for extra soft-i-tude ^_^


Love you, mean it

Megan Lynn


profile picMegan Lynn Kott – She was from Oakland by way of the Midwest.  Megan holds a BFA of Art & Social Change in one hand & a cat in the other.  She is a animal-loving, coffee-swilling, water-coloring, appreciator of grit.  When she isn’t designing children’s clothing graphics she is drawing creatures.  Her project “Costume for the Day” (inspired by the documentary “Grey Gardens”) is an effort to create a watercolor diary of what she wears (almost) everyday.  She hopes to capture every hole, stain & worn-out sole, instead of the requisite self-portraits in most fashion blogs.  Her other recurring projects include “Oakland Drink & Draw” and her Tumblr: “Drawing Megan Lynn.”