shirt:goodwill outlet, jeans and heels: thrift town, ring:porkchop rules at crimson and clover
Since I haven't done an outfit post in so long I though I'd indulge in one today. I just purchased these amazing jeans for 99 cents at thrift town the other day. They are so perfect for the change of weather.
I'm seem to have not been in the habit to take photos of my outfits on a regular basis which is a shame because I feel that my style has only been improving. I have been taking photos of other things in the past few weeks though. Here are the highlights. Life has been incredible lately despite everything. In the next few months I am going to be involved in modeling as well is photographing. It finally feels like fall and I am so excited for all the end of year festivities. 2010 has been challenging and incredible and I look forward to finishing it off with panache.
Here are the photos from the fashion show I did a couple of weeks ago. I really loved the dress I got to wear, so pretty. It was on tv apparently but I only saw a really bad quality version. It was at Minna Gallery and there was some really amazing art up for the RAW artist event that the fashion show was a part of.
I ran into the lovely Meghan of Out of Order wearing this adorable outfit. I apologize that my crap camera doesn't do her justice.
I feel like it has been forever since I've done one of these and I even have a way better camera now.
yeah my hair, I know:)
shorts:crimson and clover vintage, shirt:gift,sandals:thrift town
If you live in Sacramento you know why I'm wearing shorts today. Despite it being October the weather has been quite warm and I am planning on going for a lengthy stroll in the afternoon. I actually was going to wear my fave 70s heart pocket jeans but alas they are a bit too large. So are these shorts but I was able to pin them. I've been very aware of tailoring and proper fit lately. They make the clothes look so much better and I really don't mind the pinned look but at least I'm starting to hem stuff because that is super easy.