The form of this outfit is actually very similar to this outfit.
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...
Jacket: Tag says JHCollectibles, via Goodwill. The one that I almost didn't buy, but thankfully my awesome friend (Hi, Tammy!) convinced me I.had.to. 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.)