Monday, June 18, 2012

The Year in Headwear:

 Weekday Pillowcase:
Don't look so worried, Edie, sac dressing is all the rage in Paris.

Two Classic Elements Together Again: Slash-Inspired Bandanna and Top Hat

Seasonal Dishtowel:
Nothing says "Christmas" like an absorbent snood.

Pajama Top as Shower Cap:
For when you refuse to wash your hair and your protest options are limited.

Hats Make a Comeback... Poultry Inspired Floppy Hat:

For those of you who are wondering, Little Edie is doing just fine:

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Edie joins a cult

Help! Edie has joined a cult! Here is the high priestess, indoctrinating our little acolyte:

Back away from the Kool-Aid, Edie, back away!

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Long time, no see.

I've been getting some flack for not posting. First off, I've been really busy. The world doesn't run itself, you know. Second, Edie is getting older and has been dressing like a normal person. See here:
Totally normal.
Still normal. She could run for student council and win.
Still totally normal, though quite purple.

Ah, there we go. Bringin' it to crazy town with a plethora of aprons.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Fashion Week Lincoln Center

A dinner napkin layered over an embroidered apron and snowman pajamas, accented with toilet paper roll cuff bracelets and purple polka dot sunglasses. Suck it, Vera Wang.


Here's pink:

Here's green:

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Teenage Dream

I said she looked like a friend of ours. She said, "I look like Katie Perry."

I stand corrected.

Just a phase

This is just a phase, not an indicator of her future profession. (You know... "Lucille Ball Impersonator")

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Sooper Hero

Let's break this one down, shall we? Black tights. Pink tutu. Gold obi belt. Burgundy cape. Wonder Woman headband. Mardi Gras necklace as bracelet. Red shiny shoes. Ability to pick up coat off the floor not included.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Halloween Redux

Edie had two ideas for Halloween, the high holy day for a permaprincess like herself. The first idea was "ghost box". What's a ghost box, you ask? An undead package, as pictured here:

Go towards the light, Zappos box!

Her other idea required much less explanation - "waitress" - what every young girl aspires to be. 

Blinked. There goes November.

Friday, November 5, 2010


This is a "tie" she wore to a doctor visit this week (read: special occasion), really just a scarf I crocheted for Elmo last winter. (He was cold.)

I'm concerned about these poses and think that maybe our little talk about Jesus after a visit to the National Gallery last week may have given Edie the wrong impression about what we expect of her.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

The Second Coming

Little Edie decided to wear her chopsticks home after dinner at an Asian restaurant on the Upper West Side. A Geisha, perhaps?  
No, she says, they're thorns
I see.     
We all know where this is headed. The rapture is upon us and it's gonna be cute as a button.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Friday, October 8, 2010

Menswear, Edie style

Impressed with her father's short-sleeved t-shirt over long-sleeved, Edie created her own version of this laid-back weekend style. 
Here's another Edie take on menswear: she noticed the gold "59fifty" stickers on local baseball caps and  decided to leave the "Toddler Size, Excellent!" sticker on her hat to recreate the look.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Pre-Hoarder Fashion

Here's Edie wearing a cat collar as a necklace. Chic! Clever! you say? Here's the thing of it: we don't have a cat. We did but now we don't. Was the collar from one of your dearly departed furry friends? No. The cat who wore this is alive and well and living in Virginia. Did the cat at one time live with you? No. Well then, why do you have its collar? Good question. Look for us on the next season of "Hoarders".

Monday, October 4, 2010

Snow White waiting to be kissed

You'll notice here that Snow White prefers two different shoes and that she passes out face down, requiring that Prince Charming turn her over for true love's first kiss. Her friend D-man is doing a sensory deprivation thing while he waits for his turn.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Towels as modeled by the Little Edies

Our Little Edie is using a Pride ribbon as a fastener for added flair. That, combined with her necklace from Chief Plenty Coup's Montana home and Mardi Gras beads, make her the clear winner here.

Boca Chica

A friend of ours thinks Edie is reincarnated from a Boca Raton retiree. Here's proof:

Tuesday, September 28, 2010