I just realized I passed my 400th post, wow. I can't believe it's been so long! Thanks to everyone for sticking with me and reading all this crazy talk! I started this blog thinking I had this great/unique idea to start a fashion blog, can you believe I thought I was the only one. Wow, was I naive or what. Since then I have had the pleasure of corresponding with so many sweet ladies and gents via this amazing thing we call the interwebs. I also realize I am a little fish in a huge pond. I am a social person in real life so being able to extend that into many parts of the world has been a great experience. I truly have enjoyed blogging and have finally given up trying to be a famous/popular blogger. I am much to old for that. :) I believe blogging is just another extension of my creativity and something that I enjoy no matter how many people are reading. I love to share things with all you and I hope you all have gotten something out of my ramblings. Thanks so much for reading this little project of mine, I am well aware that I am not the best writer. In fact english/writing was my least favorite subject in school. I do feel like writing this blog has greatly improved my terrible writing skills. So now I leave you a few of my favorite old outfit photos and DIY's that you might not have seen if you are new! :)
I love this outfit, I don't often wear heels but this was really fun. Taken on my back porch!
Scarf-Multiculti in SF
It's no secret I love cream and lace, here is a great example of that. Taken in my hallway.
Vest-Vintage and thrfited
Purse-Thrifted (sold to someone in Japan via my Etsy)
Necklace-Found on street in giveaway box
Shoes-70 hand tooled vintage and thrifted
Pretty sure this is my fave all time outfit on the blog at least.
Lace blouse-Thrifted vintage
Sweater coat-thrifted (I have been wearing this non stop lately)
Belt-Etsy (fave one ever)
This was one of my first outfit posts, I think the combo is really sweet.
Shirt-Buffalo exchange originally F21
Socks-Somewhere in Seattle
Diy Dress (Pretty Pirate Designs), it is now a shirt. I love the big bow on this one.