OOTD :: of birthday hooky, Hedwig and wisdom




As do all mothers the world over, mine has loads of wisdom.

So thank you to Selah @ A Bibliophile’s Style, who helped me Pin Polyvore collages of Hedwig-inspired outfits, and taking bits and pieces from all (miniature polka dots, cream color palette, pendant), I came up with my interpretation of that most famous Harry Potter avian.

Because what better way to dress “wisdom” than by using owls – that classic symbol – as muse. And what better way to practice wisdom than by celebrating my birthday month with BFF today and playing hooky.

Hullo, Wordless Wednesday!

:: Just the facts, ma’am ::
Top – Mossimo @ Target
Jacket – Old Navy
Skirt – Boohoo
Flats – Mossimo @ Target
Necklace – F21

:: Linking ::
WIWW @ The Pleated Poppy
52 Pick-me-up @ SpyGirl


18 thoughts on “OOTD :: of birthday hooky, Hedwig and wisdom

    • Well, it helps when one has got great inspiration pics, yeah? What did we ever do before Pinterest and Polyvore? ;p

  1. This is so clever! I love your owl necklace, and how you’ve recreated the Polyvore pieces in your own way. You are very wise indeed.

    My grandmother’s middle name was Hedwig – in Danish the pronunciation is softer, like Heth-vee. I remember when I first saw it written down, I thought WTF? Now, of course, everyone knows that name.

    Have a fun day!!!

    • Ha! I am now gonna pronounce Hedwig the correct Danish way and confound people. I love doing that. And it sounds prettier anyway, no?

      And I guess I should’ve mentioned that my mom owned a very similar owl necklace which I played with a lot when I was younger. I guess they were really popular in the 70s?

    • Not yet. I turn the big 4-2 in 20 more days but since I will be unable to take my actual birth day off due to finals, I decided to treat myself now. The massage was lovely but the movie was epic! The Spiderman franchise is just so well done, I find.

    • Gosh, they’re the most beeyootiful creatures, aren’t they? I could see myself getting easily obsessed indeed.

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