Tried to make it to the Twisted Root for burgers, and my mom and I decided to snap some pictures on the way.
Sadly the road it was on was shut down by construction. So we didn't go.
But anyway, this is what I wore:
Pleasure Princle cut-out cocoon top, Stephen Dweck necklace I borrowed from mom, LGB jeans, and Marni buckled satin peep-toes.
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  1. Tracey Schreier says:

    What IS your budget for shoes a month? Also, please send a link to your mom’s blog.

  2. Michelle says:

    Love the Marnis!

  3. Hannah says:

    Love the silhouette! Your hair looks amazing here too!

  4. Stella says:

    i love that shirt! it looks great on you =)

  5. Nataliya says:

    I’m regretting not getting that Pleasure Principle top! It looks heavenly!

  6. Isabel says:

    Actually making my mouth water. This whole outfit is gorgeous!

  7. Thomas E.K. says:

    Killer kicks. I visited Roanoke once a long time ago with my parents to eat at a restaurant called Babe’s. I think a friend of my father’s owned to the cool building it was in. It was good… like really damn good but definitely just straight up, deep-fried, Texas heart attack food.

  8. Nini's Style says:

    wow, the photos look great Jane!!!

  9. ava says:

    Hi Jane! I love this. <3 Ava

  10. Brigadeiro says:

    LOVE the PP top, it’s absolutely gorgeous, as is your necklace! Shame about not making it to Twisted Root. :)

  11. Kate says:

    I rarely comment but wanted to say you’re one of my favorite bloggers because I haven’t come across anyone quite like you!
    During a time when most bloggers are doing the whole hipster/studs/90s grunge thing, you definitely stand out (meant in the best way!) Can’t wait to see what’s next :)

  12. OMG!
    you’re 101% gorgeous!
    jane, did you lost some weight?
    looks like you did.
    i love it!

  13. Alexandra says:

    I love those shoes! So shiny and summery.

  14. Kelly says:

    I love the crazy silhouette! Can’t wait to see more pics!

  15. Amy says:

    I am SO jealous of your amazing top! What a fantastic fit…

  16. denise says:

    i love the whole outfit. And that shoe is TD4

  17. brittany says:

    gotta love small texas towns! even big D can spoil us girls!

  18. Sophiemei says:

    so unique the top!!
    amazing detail at back
    btw i love the necklace
    now i trying to make like this!!
    hope i succeed the handmade

  19. Tee Sea says:

    Nice play of proportions in the outfit…I think it helped that you wore all black :)
    Loving the necklace as well, and the jewel tones in the acessories.

  20. Tee Sea says:

    And I am digging the draped cutout back of your shirt. Very nice…

  21. shay says:

    lovely silhouette babe!

  22. MissMagAddict says:

    You look amazing as always. I really enjoyed reading about all your Tokyo adventures.
    Can’t wait to see you & your mom in the August Vogue!!
    xo <3

  23. Lilth Saunders says:

    It must be nice to be insanely rich and a teenager. Yes, I am jealous of you; I’ll admit it. I wish I could prance around during the school year and summers in $1000 shoes and have someone take pictures of me. I wish I could have mastered the art of starvation so I could be thin enough to wear all the couture and vintage like you do, and have it look great. I wish I lived in an amazing house and got to take trips for weeks at a time to other countries and continue shopping until I drop. You probably have a Titanium Amex (I wish I had that too). So, yes, before everyone tells me what a “hater” I am and how “jealous” I am, I will just admit it. I am totally hating and am totally jealous because I wish I could have 1/3 of what you do. For now, I will just look at the pictures of you flaunting your wealth and continue to be green with envy.

  24. Stephany says:

    Wow I love your shirt.. I want it! lol

  25. Ilona Selina says:

    i love the marni peep toes, and the top! gorgeous!

  26. Cruz says:

    Those cropped pants are so cool. I really love this look, those shoes are pretty rad.

  27. says:

    Hi! Do you ANY place in the world where I could find Ann Demeulemeester talon boots in black or white? They are sold out in Finland (I think only 3 pairs or so arrived even in the first place, hah. So lame) and now interner is full of knock-offs but I don’t want those even if they were free. Blah.

  28. zana says:

    Aw, I have the same top – but sans cutouts and with a hood. My friend got the one that you have, and she wears it with the cutouts pushed up over her shoulders (so that the ripped part sits up higher on her hips). Play around with it! Pleasure Principle is one of my favorites.

  29. cecilie says:

    Please show us your wardrobe :) especially shoe wardrobe! :)

  30. Phoebe Rose says:

    Love the cut off style of your jeans…I’m gonna try and fashion a pair of old flares into something similar – they look amazing!
    Awesome Marni shoes too!

  31. eleanor says:

    That necklace is so gorgeous! I like how you’ve used the black as a canvas to allow the amazing, rich colours in the shoes and necklace to stand out.

  32. sam says:

    hello, i’m a french fan of your blog and your style, since few month =)
    I allow me to add you in my favorite blog.
    my blog is on principle of street style, on the Côte d’Azur (in France, i live in Nice, near Cannes) if you want see, the south french style !!
    good continuance, xxx

  33. Wendygital says:

    What a stunning outfit!
    Looks great on you!
    Love the touches of color on the necklace and the gorgeous shoes!
    Also, the lighting on the pics is amazingly beautiful! :-)

  34. Great outfit, I love the color of the Marnis. The sunlight in the photos is captured beautifully.

  35. Sabina says:

    Lovely outfit! And I bet you look happy because you’re finally home :)

  36. Amazing shoes!
    You looks gorgeous!!

  37. Lily says:

    Why is the weather always so beautiful in texas..all we’ve had in Ireland the last 2 weeks is rain storms:(! I love your outfit here, that necklace brings the whole look to life..and of course the shoes – gorgeous!
    lily x

  38. Brenna says:

    If you don’t mind me asking, where did you get those wonderful Marnis? I saw them on another blog…I should find that, but I could never find out the brand. And here they are! Beautiful as always. ^-^

  39. Keidan says:

    the outfit’s so great,
    and black is the way things are C:
    I love your blog,
    I’ve just started my own a few days back, actually.
    and I was wondering if you would take a look at it.
    It has some of my artworks, and few posts about fashion, but that’s as far as i went so far.
    I’ll be posting alot more, and I would appreciate it if you came and took a look,
    again, amazing look !

  40. Thos shoes are PHENOMENAL! How do you keep your shoes in such great condition? You should totally do a post about that, I know I would read that over and over again. My shoes always seem to get scratches and knicks even when I try my hardest to keep them perfect. Help me! Please!
    xxxx,Mckenzie Dowler

  41. Andrew Jones says:

    Loving the cut-out Pleasure Princle!
    -Andrew J

  42. Alex says:

    your feet always look so great – do you ever get blisters from your shoes? I seem to pretty often.

  43. Isabel says:

    Those shoes are LUSH.

  44. Barbro says:

    I love your outfit, you always look amazing =) Envy :O

  45. Nadia says:

    oooo WOW .. let me just say jane you stray away from predictable and formula looks.
    i adore this .
    and you r style is great . although i am sometimes to jealous to breathe when i look at the pictures .
    so let me just say. you are truly an original , before i turn blue and faint im gonna get off this blog

  46. Kate says:

    you always come up with the best places to take your pictures!
    lovin the shoes :)

  47. maria says:

    I love when you have a new post, always such lovely pictures.
    Gorgeous outfit and I adore the color of your shoes!

  48. Mads says:

    Love the cutout detail at the back and your shoes are amazing as usual!=)

  49. Daniella says:

    Wow, you look absolutely gorgeous! And that top looks amazing on you! I just came across your blog, and I’m impressed! The shoes…. wow! lol

  50. Veronica says:

    I love yours have the interesting style.
    I’m greeting and inviting to me :

  51. Ty Ty says:

    wow this is stunning! the outfit reminds of a witch… :) all u need is a black pointy hat!
    Ty Ty

  52. Christine says:

    You look so gorgeous!

  53. Amy Nguyen says:

    Hey Jane! I LOVE and am a HUGE fan of your blog! Hope you can take the time to check out my site!
    We sell Vintage and Designer clothes, shoes, and accessories all in one place. We have some really great things up right now! Studded boots, Alexander Wang halter top, and vintage blazers. Check it out!

  54. Florenz says:

    That satin looks good enough to eat.

  55. Carly says:

    I have that same top and I never know what to wear underneath! I prefer to go commando under it, but I’m afraid of having a wardrobe malfuncton!

  56. cool outfit!
    love your blog!

  57. this is a divinely, over-the-top, lush and gorgeous look. the cut of those jeans makes them quite versatile (i have a similar pair). i like how you combined textures in the outfit: matte jeans with shiny top; the contrast works so well. and as always…the shoes rock!

  58. Marina says:

    Jane!This shoes is one of the best.
    Found post about you on the most popular Russian fashion site.
    This is the link:
    You are worldwide famous person!Congrats!

  59. Amiirg says:

    The Marnis are amazing!

  60. Anni says:

    wow you just look gorgeous in this outfit!!!!
    I really love your Marni heels, they are perfection!!!

  61. Sarah says:

    I had no idea that there was another Twisted Root in Roanoke! I thought the only one around here was in Deep Ellum, by my apartment. Too bad you didn’t make it there, you would have shown those Roanoke hillbillies what good taste looks like! lol jk
    p.s. if you like southern cookin, you should go check out Prairie House in Roanoke, its got the best jalapeno cornbread in the world as well as the best appetizer ever; Texas Toothpicks!

  62. Wow the shoes really color great with your hair. The gold and your hair in the sun just beautiful!

  63. Romi says:

    The top and the shoes are amazing!!
    beautiful pics :)

  64. Catherine says:

    Love the cutout detail on the top!! Fabulous as always!!

  65. isabel says:

    Me encantan esos zapatos. Y aunque no entiendo inglés me encanta tu blog. Besos desde Estella

  66. L says:

    Love those jeans, and the draping of that top is gorgeous.

  67. piglet says:

    Hi… You mentioned that you’re using Nikon D300 and two f1.4 lenses. May I ask did you edit/photoshop the pictures to make it sharp and clear? The pictures are really sharp!! I love it!! Which f1.4 lenses are you using? Thanks alot!!

  68. Kathy says:

    “How do you keep your shoes in such great condition? You should totally do a post about that, I know I would read that over and over again. My shoes always seem to get scratches and knicks even when I try my hardest to keep them perfect. Help me! Please!”
    Her shoes are in such nice condition because she has a $1,200 pair for every day of the year and doesn’t have to bother with RE-WEARING shoes like some other gross, non-rich, non-Texans… Ew.

  69. kiki says:

    My goodness, if it was 105 degrees out today, what was the heat index in that outfit?! I’ve been sticking to mostly light dresses, but you look very comfortable. I’m very jealous of your heat-tolerance. And those pants.
    And, @lily, if you want to know what Texas weather feels like right now, preheat your oven, shine a fluorescent light on your eyes, and stick your face right in front of the open oven door. I’m not exaggerating. It’s hot hot hot and feels just like that. But it’s dry, and you get a little used to it after a while (though it has taken me 10 years).

  70. I love how that top is cut in this back, very chic!

  71. Kathlene says:

    The silhouette is kind of weird in the first picture, but I think I like it. I hate how in mainstream fashion the hourglass silhouette is always emphasized and regarded as the most flattering. When this is obviously totally subjective. The top looks constraining, like it might be difficult to move your arms freely (although I guess fashion isn’t always practical).

  72. T says:

    you are truly a smart young lady and your pictures on this blog are amazing!

  73. MT says:

    What’s with all the cattiness and jealousy recently? (Kathy, do get a grip, please). Not to mention all the awkward questions about Jane’s parents, what they do, what her budget is. Do they want bank statements too? Tax returns? What do you expect Jane to respond with?
    This is a fashion blog. Presumably, by its very nature, it is going to feature some expensive and couture pieces. It’s the shoes (and clothes) that should be the focus, not private information of the person wearing them. If you are in the pangs of such great envy that you absolutely cannot keep your composure, don’t visit the blog.
    God, people can be so tacky.

  74. MT says:

    Oh, and Lilith Saunders, as a person with a body type similar to Jane’s (not sure about height), I can tell you right now that snide little remarks about “having mastered the art of starvation” would be shameful coming from a middle schooler, let alone someone who is – I’m assuming – an adult.
    I cannot speak for Jane, but the only art *I* have mastered is the art of eating healthy and working out… oh, and having inherited a quick metabolism and a naturally skinny frame helps, too. I often come across people like you – who thrive on making petty comments about others’ bodies – and it’s taken me quite a few years to learn how to ignore them.
    People come in all shapes and sizes. It’s cool to be jealous, but it’s not cool to be so ugly about it.

  75. ida says:

    second and last comment b4 i throw in the towel on this lame ass blog.
    for every ten stupid adoring comments there are ppl who ask the same questions i ask; where are your friends(should you have any which i don’t think you do)
    what is your family’s income?
    why does your mom favor you over your sister?
    how do you have so much attention when you are really bad at updating and never actually post on the things you say you will post on? this is a really inconsistent blog.
    i think you have bad taste in the sense that it is not even strong enough to be bad, it is totally controlled by your mother, as i am sure your entire life is. i bet your mom makes you do everything, including this blog, she is a single mom and manipulates you into this little bimbo fashion monster and is robbing you of some really cool things(friends, maybe a boyfriend, hobbies, parties, idk)
    hope you cry yourself to sleep every night b/c your life is not you own.

  76. ida says:


  77. anne says:

    I truly don’t understand how people can write such dreadful things.
    angry readers–do you get pleasure from cutting someone down and insulting that person?

  78. Selina says:

    Oh my – those shoes! The colour, the fabric, the style. They are a work of art!

  79. Katura says:

    Jane, I’m sure you’ve learned well by now not to pay attention to your haters. Jealousy is ugly and found in those who aren’t satisfied with their own lives.
    I’ve been reading your blog for months now (and did the back tracking into the past postings I had missed) and I must say you are an inspiration. You inspire me daily to think outside of the box and be creative, and I’ve even started my own little blog (but it’s not much to look at yet).
    I hope Texas is treating you well (I lived there for about 6 months back in middle school) and I hope you keeping rocking what you do so well!

  80. Sasi says:

    Amazing necklace.

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  82. alissa says:

    I love the avant-guarde shirt/ cut-out poncho. I want to play dress up in your closet!

  83. MT says:

    Honestly, I think people are just bummed out that someone can be young, attractive, skinny and wealthy enough to travel and afford tons of designer clothes. AND she has her own shoe line! I’m sure it seems horrendously unfair to some, so they try to make up stories about her truly miserable, friendless, controlled life… because if she were happy, then they would feel like the world is just TOO unfair. She’s rich, young and pretty, so surely she must be miserable! Why? Because it makes your typical bitter hag feel better about her own predicament. Because a real-life fairytale filled with travel, shoes and laughter would keep them up crying at night.
    I don’t understand the obsession with “how can she afford it?!?!” I don’t know about you people, but I know plenty of people whose teenage kids could afford to buy the clothes Jane buys. Asking outright about her parents’ occupation and income is just plain gross.

  84. those shoes are SO chic!

  85. ida says:

    only rich people think it’s inappropriate to ask people about their income/ THEY FEEL SHAME//// or not. whatever.
    besides i can say what i want, i’m fine with the title of “hater”. if this was a blog that was run by a professional, i would not post nasty comments, but this is a young girl, a real person, and she is putting her life out there for interpretation, some of you don’t care and just look at clothes, some of you pretend she is friends with you, which is really pathetic and then i choose to be a H8R! BUT THAT IS THE BEAUTY OF THE INTERNET ADN REAL PPL BLOGGING/ WE CAN TURN IT INTO A REAL RELATIONSHIP!!!!!ITS REAL

  86. Becca says:

    Those Marni shoes are beauty personified.

  87. zibidi says:

    i like..very nice photos..

  88. MT says:

    “only rich people think it’s inappropriate to ask people about their income”
    1. That is such a load of bs. If your parents taught you that, then I truly feel sorry for you. You know who asks strangers about their income? Rude people, tacky people, and people who don’t know how to mind their own business. I don’t care if you’re a “hater” or whatever, and yes, the “beauty of the internet” is that you can be anonymous and act like a fucktard without any consequences. But make no mistake – it doesn’t make you any less of a fucktard.
    If you are so eager to know about their income, why don’t you contact Jane’s mother directly and ask her?

  89. clémence says:

    That back of your shirt..awesome!

  90. Jess says:

    those shoes are such a beautiful colour. I love satin shoes but fear spoiling them, a bit like velvet shoes actually.

  91. heyhey says:

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  92. I LOVE THOSE SHOES! They are absolutely adorable!

  93. Lobelia says:

    You look gorgeous!

  94. Lea Anne says:

    I just saw you and your Mom in the new issue of VOGUE!! Congrats, and the spread was great!

  95. Stefania says:

    how DO you do it? Awesome look and awesome pictures!

  96. masibvo says:

    Such nastiness, that you would never say to someone’s face. If you saw Jane (or any other young lady) walking down the street would you ask her what her monthly shoe allowance is? Or how much her parents make a year? Or any of the other questions you feel are you business? I sure hope not. Be grateful that someone her age is getting to have all these amazing experiences. She is open, inspiring to others, and wears clothes beautifully. Don’t bring other girls down, it is petty and there is no excuse. Be happy she has a supportive mother that has shares a love for fashion.
    Jane, you are free spirited and people admire you for it. A sure sign you are doing something right is when others are jealous and start talking trash.

  97. Kim says:

    Nice shoes! love love!

  98. The Marni shoes are fantastic! Great look.

  99. Laura says:

    I love your look. Great, amazing, stirring !!!!

  100. peep-toes are the bee’s knees

  101. fly says:

    shoes r ice nice
    btw, twisted root has been open since early july, the road is under contstructn but none of the blds are shut dn
    i’d take their southwestern burger over your shoes
    supossedly jonas bros drop by twisted and dig it

  102. The silhouette of this outfit is intriguing, but so fabulous.

  103. fly says:

    great shoes
    btw, Twisted Root is open, the road is under construction but Twisted is open and AWESOME
    get their fried green beans and buffalo burger

  104. You know that Roanoke is right down the road from me, right?

  105. Kim says:

    Aren’t those Miu Miu ankle boots like $870?!

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  107. Fosterryket says:

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