Sometimes your cat wants to play right the hell now, even if you're trying to take pictures of yourself in your skirt that you bought like forever ago at Low Vintage in Virginia. To be fair to your cat, you've just come home and only looked at her eating her food in her food bowl like three times. But to be fair to you, you bought this skirt in the summer, had to put things in storage, and only just rediscovered your skirt here at the end of the winter.
It is possible to compromise and do both of the things that need doing but it means you do both less well.
Until you agree to give in and do "Soooooooo big" with your cat. She always wins, doesn't she?
This is what my amazing new bar looks like with the bar open. I'll do some more detail shots in a loot post. Also, Arsenic is still right next to me. I just moved to barely in frame. (Apparently one round of "Soooooooo big" is not sufficient.)
I wanted mega fancy (read: blinging) costume jewelry with all this casual fabric. It needed some contrast. (The shoes were purely practical. It was raining and we had a lot to move around at a staging/picture appointment and I didn't feel up to fielding all the questions about how I was doing it all in high heels. I'm comfier doing it in the heels, though.)
These earrings are so super fancy, no? But (you may have noticed from the redness of my ear) they're still a little tight. Time to do some adjusting. The necklace has an inscription on the back:
Gotta love the good old days when the PTAs gifted beautiful Mexican sterling to the people they wished to thank.
- Forever 21 black & red flannel via clothing swap
- Vintage patchwork wool skirt with bow via Low Vintage
- Doc Martens from DSW
- vintage jewelry via various estate sales