Monday, August 9, 2010
All remixed except shirt
Dress worn as skirt: Ann Taylor
Shoes: Steve Madden
I felt like a rock star in this outfit. Maybe it's the fact that I was wearing a men's button up shirt that I scored for a whopping seventy-five cents at the thrift store and men's shirts on women seem very rock and roll to me. Maybe it was the fact that the colors on this shirt are a little bold and I just pushed it further with the bright blue shoes.
I don't know what it was, but I definitely had a spring in my step as I walked down to the printer to pick up instructions on how to create new web pages for the site using the Spanish template.
I've been wanting a denim pencil-y skirt for a while, and then I was like, "Ummm, you have a denim dress that YOU CAN'T STOP WEARING! Why haven't you tried to wear it as a skirt yet, you weirdo?!" Because that's how I talk to myself: in exclamations.
So I wore this dress as a skirt today with a plaid shirt I've been wanting to wear. This shirt is insanely soft and comfortable and I don't have to worry about it buttoning over my chest or gaping or doing anything weird. It's just nice and roomy and did I mention soft? Because it's sooooft.
And that's me smoothing down my fly aways.
Y'all! I got a Versatile Blogger Award from Chantele over at Daisy Dayz! I have to share seven facts about myself, but after seeing her video with the facts, I kind of want to do the same thing. I'm a copy cat like that. Besides, I need to get over my fear of the video camera and I'm sure y'all are wondering about my voice. I mean, I live in Philly but use "y'all"? I must have a strange accent. ;)
So my challenge for tomorrow is to figure out the web cam and make a video. And I just snuck in one gratuitous Kiku picture, but I hope you'll indulge me as I post two more. I accidentally kicked one of the couch cushions off the couch and she found it.
It was pretty comfortable so she brought her blanket over and got cozy.
And yes, those blue shoes have LEOPARD print inside. <3