i'm working with lookmatic this month, talking about how i see the world for their #seetheworld campaign with ifb. this is the truth about it: my face is real small. my head is mostly normal sized, it's just that my face be tiny. shopping for natalie-sized glasses is sort of the silliest. also, i'm short. my whole me is undersized. the other day i tried on a pair of pants that were advertised as "cropped" and they still pooled past my feet in the dressing room. it is what it is.
i see the world looking up. up into faces, up at the sky scrapers, up at the lights at the cross walk. up at the undersides of pigeons on the street lamps when i'm walking across central park south. it's not a bad way to look at things, really. i like to think i was given me this small body to counteract my enormous personality. or... maybe my parents are just short.
i got to pick out a pair of frames, and rather than worry over finding the right size for my tiny face i picked the biggest frames they sold. these loeffler randall kitty frames are too big to be too big, and as such are operating under the SO BIG IT'S AWESOME clause. i just decided that. i really like them.
**this post was sponsored by lookmatic
you might notice i've taken on a few extra sponsorships in the next weeks.
holidays, you know.
and thank you to oh becca my becca for the photos!