Tuesday, March 4, 2008

The Sart


I never watch TV anymore. I have truly become an internet junkie, and have honestly wondered if I have the beginning stages of addiction. I can hardly pass my computer without giving in to that magnetic pull and sitting for a minute. A minute? Right. I'm probably the last person on the planet to know about this site, but I love it. I bet my sisters haven't seen it. To me it seems obvious why millions of people look at it.


I love it for several reasons. First of all, I am so drawn to ordinary people, and the idea that everyone has a story. I love imagining where they just came from, where they are going, what kind of music they listen to, or how their homes are decorated. I could people watch all day, if I'm in a location I like and my seat's comfortable. No wonder I get into the blog thing and reality TV. Anyhow, this site is great. I so enjoy looking at individual style.


I love that these photos are candid, as far as I can tell. I feel so inspired to dig deep to achieve my own distinct style, every time I peek. I'm not sure I have what it takes, though. I have always doubted myself, when putting clothes together.


It's also cool that he hits such hip cities like New York, Paris and Milan. I don't understand how he does it. Maybe he has lots of people taking pictures for him. I'm going to investigate this. Anyway, take a gander, if you haven't already. It makes me realize that, like your house, anything goes if you love it and can pull it together. Not that that's an easy task.

Maybe if I get Nick hooked, he'll start finding inspiration in places other than Sams Club. One can always hope....

Do you look at the Sart?
Do you have a distinct style?

8 comments:

Nick said...

I GOTS STYLE!

Jek said...

All I have is Jaynes hand-me-downs. I guess that is style enough. this stuff rarely interests me because unless I have those 6 lucky power ball numbers then i can't achieve how i want to dress anyway. I am with Nick. Qmode here I come.

eggy said...

"...this is the day...your life will surely change." That The The album and The Beautiful South "0898" changed my life forever. Out of seclusion and into the bliss.

careymc said...

Hi Jennifer - you have such a darling family and a great blog too!!! I'm not sure if I sent you an invite to ours or not (sorry)- we went private. If you're interested in checking it out (don't blame you if you're not!), then shoot me an email at bono40@aol.com. Carey & Ty

up in bubbles said...

The sad thing is Jessica, Jayne and Jennifer secretly have a crush on the black guy. I don't know why but they do.

Jek said...

WHy is that so true?

kristi said...

i have no style, so while i love this site, i think that will so never be me.
great site tip.

Rebecca said...

You may like this site, as well: http://www.tuebke.info/

It's not as pretty as Sart, but it's still fun - a little more antropological (is that even a word?) I think.

I just read about it and they described Sart as a hunter - walks around the city to find fashion, but this guy stays in the same place and shoots what comes to him.