This 1920s flapper evening gown!
We just had a fawn in our yard and it was BY FAR the cutest thing I have EVER seen!!
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So this weekend we went camping with my mother's family. I'm not exactly sure if you can call it camping though since we all stayed in cabins and campers. Oh well.
Yesterday we rented the nicest pontoon I've ever been on and went out on Taylorsville Lake. I'm just going to say that I love KY and I'm glad I'm from here.
I'll share boating pictures soon probably. For now I'm sharing some we ♥ it pictures for the hopeless romantic in all of us!
Brian and I saw Wall-e on our first date :)
I love him (and that movie)!
Now I'm headed to my pool to work on my final sophomore project!
I don't necessarily like Christina Aguilera (though I had her first cd), but I have always loved this video. It's so super cute.
Maybe I'll be Rosie the Riveter for Halloween? I think that would be adoooorrrrablllle!!!
I may even try to pin curl my bangs for tomorrow!
In an unrelated note I love this spa in Milan that I happened upon while looking for a Garibaldi shirt on Style.com
I'm a member of the Christian Artists and Craftsmen Team on Etsy and I'm the featured seller today! I'm so excited to be the 'fs' of the day!
Here's the current forum thread.
If I've never mentioned it before; the measurements of items in my store that say (taken flat) then double them for the real measurement :)
I made myself some cinnamon rolls this morning and I've actually eaten all 8 of them. It's good I have a high metabolism. Other than that, we've been drawing and designing men's wear the past two weeks and I realized that I just don't know much about men's wear. Here are some snappy dressers I found online as inspiration:
i do dislike those sandals though
If you haven't been go now!!
Tonight I cut out my fabric (which I was supposed to do yesterday) and made my first piece. Here's the shirt that my cousin Paxton is wearing in my fashion show!
I now realize that the back would make a pretty cute front on a dress as well. Next project.
Bedtime for me. Online fashion history test, econ class then work tomorrow.
Then I see my Brian!!
I spent some time playing with my camera and it's timer in order to avoid doing my FAFSA. It's pretty lame.
I think that there are very few fashion faux pas if you are aware of your body shape and what looks good on it. And as long as you aren't stuck in the fads of about 5 or 6 years ago because that's exactly the time where it's not cool anywhere anymore.
Anyway... no girl should wear a cardigan with just a bust button or top few buttons buttoned. Why you ask? Because you look like a sack of potatoes no matter your size:
This one has no shape. If the sweater itself wasn't so boxy she maybe could get away with it.
This girl has a great figure!
Her poor boobs have so been flattened and her hips look way bigger than they actually are.
If this button were just at the waist she'd look so much smaller and it would enhance her bust not hide it.
Seee a good one! Even though the cardigan is a bit boxier the button is at the natural waist creating an hourglass silhouette.
She looks much better :)
Sorry for my ranting. Onto the pretties:
Ah, summer... I'm going to Disney World in a month!
Friday: Reds game! We're now in 1st!
Saturday: Putt Putt and movies with Brian and his siblings Madison and Brad!
Sunday: Burlington Antique Mall with my momma (FANTASTIC) and TJ's housewarming party! Look what we bought!
These kitchen canisters were still in shrinkwrap and in the original box!!
I love this family of deer! The fawn is absolutely precious.
I am so keeping this vintage luggage set.
Both the suitcase and traincase are in awesome condition.
U.S. Navy Sailor pants that fit me to a T!
Air Force Uniform!
I love my new vintage dresses!