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Russet + Blue

So, I've really been feeling this rusty russet color lately--by coincidence, it featured prominently in Sunday's photo shoot. Y'all remember how much I loved the colors in Gucci's Fall/Winter collection, and several other designers featured these colors, too.I wanted to wear this russet top I've had for years with something bright, and a pair of Smurf-blue pants did the trick.Victoria's Secret blouse; vintage pants, belt, bag, and shoesFa la la...

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Put It On and Don’t Say a Word

Wore this dress to run around pulling items for a photo shoot for A-Line this weekend. I've worn it  before (here), and I like it because it's comfy and doesn't need much more than a belt to make it look like I actually put effort into getting dressed.  On the downside, it's polyester--and y'all know what happens when summer heat meets polyester.Oh, and I also treated myself to this ridiculously yummy buttermilk white chocolate cupcake...

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Red dress run

Thrifted dress, belt, and heels; Victoria's Secret top, Ray Ban sunglassesI picked up this dress on a thrifting adventure a few years ago, and it's served me well as a comfy laying-around-the-house dress. Since I wanted to take it for a spin OUTSIDE the couch, I wore it over an off-the-shoulder striped top and woven belt. The belt was another thrift score, and I clearly remember there being two or three...

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DIY: Elastic Elation

You guys! I finished a mending* project thanks to something I learned on the internets! So, I've had this vintage beaded skirt  for years, but never really wore it because the elastic waist was SO stretched out. Even a belt wouldn't keep this sucker up. Enter this video and my newfound do-it-yourself-y-ness, and I decided to try my hand at fixing the waistband. MYSELF. Step 1: Remove the thread from the waistband. I used...

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