I'm finally taking the time to post some of the images from the Stop Traffick Fashion photo shoot last month. This time, they're all of meeeeee! It's kind of weird seeing my ta-tas all up in the camera, and the last image is maddeningly similar to a photo of my mother from the 70's. However, I loved the t-shirt I wore--very soft material, well cut, and everything is 100% fair trade. Definitely a must-have. Here, kitty kitty This
Emily of Stop Traffick Fashion, which sells bags, jewelry, and soon clothing (woo-hoo!) made by survivors of human trafficking, asked a couple of her friends to model for a photo shoot. Being the vain, attention-seeking ham that I am, I immediately said yes! We set out early on a very rainy Saturday morning to get our hair and make-up done by Millicent at The Wild Hare Salon. Millicent also happens to be a fine artist, and
The wonderful sunshine-and-rainbows almost-spring weather of the past few days means one thing--okay, two things: 1. I need to get back on the workout train and get rid of at least one of my chins. 2. It's time for a new spring wardrobe! These are my current obsessions: Queen's Wardrobe Lovely Burbery [sic] 2 trench I was actually drooling over what must have been the original Lovely Burbery trench, but apparently it sold out while I was wiping my mouth.