Not that kind of quickie my dears! Heehee. I am too sleepy to upload the new pictures from my camera just now so an outfit post will have to do. I have been experimenting with my wardrobe, learning about basics and how to "mix and match" (for lack of a better term). Clothing used to be something I threw on without thinking much beyond "is it clean?" and "what's the weather like?". It was ungainly and rather awkward. There were things I liked, I just didn't have the moxie to mix them together in a cohesive manner. With guidance and encouragement from good friends, I am working to exhaust my wardrobe as well as add staples, mainly handmade dresses (they're ridiculously easy to toss on!) rather than purchase new items.
shirt : West Seattle St Faire
belt : absconded from a friend
skirt : exhilaration
petticoat : salvaged from the side of the road
tights : Urban Outfitters
Deets: vintage owl necklace. Probably used to have a swingy body, but I kind of like just using the head.
sweater : salvaged from theatre, by H&M
blouse : from Sonya
belt : absconded from Jocelyn
skirt : thrifted
shoes : by not rated, thrifted
lace top : thrifted and modded
skirt : made by and from Sonya
ballet flats : thrifted by H&M
I have been embracing skirt wearing now that I sneak boxer briefs under all of them in the summer and tights for the rest of the year. Boxer Briefs are a woman's best friend! Particularly when absconded from the darling boy (don't worry, they were a: clean, b: unused, and c: SUPER COMFY)
I have two petticoats that I wear under my skirts for added fluff without being overly Lolita, as well as being warmer for the colder months. *ahem* Seattle's rainy season...Lol.
Anyway, there are a few things I have played with lately. More to come.