Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Random Outfit Post

The form of this outfit is actually very similar to this outfit.
Skinny jeans.
Baggy tee.
Heels to elongate.
Jacket to make it look pulled together.

Yes. Mirror. It's backwards.
The tee says:

And, right here, you'll see the mirror says:

I took this so you could see that I just piled on the bracelets.
Sometimes with outfits like this I love to mix glittery with not-glittery.
Bling with tough.
I liked the rhinestone and crystals combo with the leather. Wish you could see it better.
The leather ones you've heard about forever. (Godchicks & Epcot)
The two crystals ones on the right my Mom-in-Law strung together from loose crystals.
The double strand crystals with the neat clasp was Grandmother's.
The small rhinestone one I caved and bought at the BX in Denver from one of those traveling salesmen that swear everything is real gold and there's a lifetime guarantee. Whatever. It's shiny.
The typewriter-key one my parents had made for me and it says "Tootsie," which is what I went by from 6 months old until we came in the Air Force... and what I'll always be back home.

But, see how I just threw them all on there and it works?
I think it gives the outfit a bit of a polished edge, if that makes sense.
Truly, you can totally change an outfit just by changing your accessories.

pulling it all together...
Jeans: H&M
Tee: New Life Worship ( promote choir auditions that are coming up!!!)
Jacket: Tag says JHCollectibles, via Goodwill. The one that I almost didn't buy, but thankfully my awesome friend (Hi, Tammy!) convinced me And she was right.
Boots: Charlotte Russe
Earrings: Antique store in Coburg, Oregon
Ring: White gold and diamonds that have been passed down through the family.

And, just to prove the point that I'm normal and don't live in heels, here's what I changed into right after I took these pics:
(And the "form" of outfit I'm usually in. Ha! Because... again... this is a blog written by a real woman who lives a real life... and loves sweatpants just as much as stilettos.)

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