Blogger of the Moment: This Time Tomorrow

Introducing the latest Blogger of the Moment, Krystal of This Time Tomorrow! Her site is the true definition of a daily outfit blog. Almost every day she shares a new fabulous look with the world. The backdrops for her photos show splashes of color that accentuate her fab outfits – from a classroom door to an understated brick wall, Krystal lets her outfits take center stage. It seems like she can wear just about anything, which makes her blog all the more inspiring. Want an idea about how to wear boyfriend jeans? Check. How about those over-the-knee boots? Check. A puffy faux-fur vest? No problem!

But don’t take my word for it. Keep reading and check out my interview with Krystal, plus her favorite ModCloth picks, and her pretty namesake dress!

What is your fashion/styling rule? Any tips for getting your look?
I wish I had one! It would make getting dressed in the morning so much easier and free of a pile of discarded items on my bed. As far as what I try to stick to though, I’ve found that you’re never going to absolutely love every outfit you end up wearing for the day. You’re just not. As long as you can accept that, you’ll save yourself from a lot of stress and pressure. I have plenty of posts on my blog that after looking through them, I cringe at what I had pulled together for the day. The point is to try things out. I can’t count how many times I’ve had someone tell me, “Oh, I could never pull that off, but it looks great on you.” That isn’t true. Almost 90 percent of putting together a great outfit is confidence. If you feel great in it, wear it. And own it. If it doesn’t work out, no big deal. Try something else. Much like the Tooth Fairy, there is no such thing as the fashion police.  And honestly, for my look, I’m not even quite sure how I pull it off most of the time. If someone could tell me, that would be great!

You do a great job of looking like a million bucks without wearing lots of expensive designer clothes. What’s your shopping M.O.?
I used to try to stretch my paychecks as much as I could. I would buy as many clothing items as possible with the allotted part of my budget. Don’t do that. Buy only things that you love, have an instant connection with and most importantly, will last you. That still doesn’t mean you have to buy only expensive, hard-to-find items. It’s more about looking at your closet and realizing what could really add something to it as opposed to what you could buy, right now, just for the sake of adding to it.

Favorite style icon?
That’s a tough one to narrow down. I really admire a handful of people, sometimes as random as a person I see walking down the street. I’d have to say my top faves (in no particular order) are Alexa Chung, Chan Marshall, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Natalie Portman (mainly the way she carries herself, her poise is amazing), Chloe Sevigny, Kate Moss, Zooey Deschanel and of course, Lady Gaga for her fearlessness.

Favorite movie or book?
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. I wish I could live in that book. And be Dominique Francon and fall in love with Howard Roark.

What style blogs do you follow?
Another tough one! My morning routine usually involves a piece of toast and plopping myself in front of the computer to see what everyone else is wearing for the day. I love daily style blogs like What I Wore (Jessica’s such a sweetheart in real life, another reason why I love her blog!), Kansas Couture (I’ve also met Katy before, another sweetheart!) and Orchid Grey (hi Julie!). Other favorites include Adored Austin, Late Afternoon, We Were Damsels, Delightfully Tacky, Karla’s Closet, Song of Style, My Style Pill, and Second Skin.

What inspired you to start your own blog?
The funny thing is, is that I never really intended for this blog to be read by anyone besides my mother. I literally was graduating from college this past May and knowing that both of my two jobs would be ending soon after, I decided I needed something to keep me busy. Keep me writing. And keep me from online shopping too much. I was already familiar with fashion communities like Weardrobe and Chictopia, so I wanted in. It’s helped me feel more inspired about my closet and actually pushes me to feel (and look) my best every day.

When you’re not blogging, what are your other hobbies?

I wish I had a long list of interesting and unique things to say about myself, but it’s pretty simple. I like running, I love to read, I love spending time with friends, I love to write and plan to someday work for a major fashion magazine, I love to travel and love to find really good songs and play them again and again and again.

Any tips for girls wanting to start their own fashion blogs?

Go for it. What do you have to lose? Figure out your style and stick with it. Dress for yourself and no one else.

And last but not least – if you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and what would you eat?
Hunter S. Thompson and something tells me we would be doing a lot of heavy drinking, not eating. But maybe some high carb snacks to help out our livers.

Plus, don’t forget to check out the This Time Tomorrow Dress!

Want to be a Blogger of The Moment? Here’s what you need to do to be eligible:

  • Feature ModCloth items in your outfit photos on your blog.
  • Link to ModCloth whenever you’re wearing a ModCloth item in a photo.
  • Send us an email ( with a link to your post and don’t forget to post your pictures on the ModCloth Style Exchange!

About Turi

When Turi isn’t blogging, you can find her nose behind a book. But reading isn’t her only pastime. She loves running (cue jogging stroller), taste-testing pizza and burgers, and working on the next great American novel. Her latest homage to all things literary? Her son is named after writer Dashiell Hammett. How apropos.

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  1. Julie O. 01/13/2010 at 3:37 pm #

    Krystal is great and has an amazing blog, wonderful feature!

  2. Alyson 01/13/2010 at 3:40 pm #

    Congratulations on being featured Krystal!

  3. Kaylie P. 01/13/2010 at 4:00 pm #

    I love this blog! I follow it religiously and her style is so amazing.

  4. Richard 01/13/2010 at 6:39 pm #

    Great style, and I dig her picks!

  5. Chaucee 01/13/2010 at 7:38 pm #

    I read her blog daily and I’m so glad you’ve picked her as the Blogger of the moment. It’s definitely deserved! Great writing and GREAT pictures.

  6. Chelsea 01/13/2010 at 10:42 pm #

    Great pick, it’s one of my favorite blogs. Congrats Krystal!

  7. Indiana 01/14/2010 at 1:31 am #

    Krystal! I love you! I read you every single morning. But not in a creepy, stalker way, I SWEAR!

    Your picks are AWESOME. I would do almost illegal things for that Dad Knows Best Watch!

  8. Delightfully Tacky 01/14/2010 at 2:04 am #

    Congrats, Girl! You are awesome!

    Thanks for the mention too! You’re a doll.

  9. Kate 01/14/2010 at 3:48 pm #

    I read her blog every day! love it! congrats!

  10. Aubrey 01/16/2010 at 7:38 pm #

    Krystal!! Congratulations from your old friend in Reno. I love stalking you on your blog. Props to Modcloth for featuring such an adorable and amazingly stylish gal. Much love!

  11. Lee-tal 01/18/2010 at 8:06 pm #

    you have such a cool look krystal!

  12. cynthia 01/18/2010 at 11:48 pm #

    So cute- thanks for the inspiration & congrats!


  13. Brittany 01/19/2010 at 12:36 pm #

    What an inspiration, Krystal! I love this quote from your interview: “Almost 90 percent of putting together a great outfit is confidence.” So true!

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