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Something Riveting (Rose)

Posted in Outfits with tags , , , , , on October 6, 2010 by stylisticalanomalies

It took me forever to get dressed today. I kept telling myself I wanted to wear a dress, but I wasn’t buying it. Finally, it hit me: it was just a mechanic’s jumpsuit kind of day.

I went to the gym last night and am now convinced that I have biceps. Do you buy it? Also, I can’t decide if it’s weird or not to wear the top half of the jumpsuit, or if it’s okay to put it on and take it off throughout the day depending on temperature. Does that make me a freak who strips in front of people? And what kind of jacket goes with this? None, that’s what kind. Nevertheless, I love my coveralls.  They make me feel like welding a plane.

Cross Necklace: found on the kitchen table, no one claimed it

Tank top: Converse for Target

Coveralls: Parents’ basement

Combat Boots: Dee Ess Doubleyou

Sexy Hourglass Figure, even in men’s clothes: Gift from Mother

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Posted in Outfits, Sewing with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 26, 2010 by Daisy

I went to the wedding of my mom’s 70 year-old cousin yesterday. I haven’t been to wedding since I was a kid. And never to a wedding of an elderly couple. It was delightful.

This outfit is exciting because not only is it very 50s with the full skirt and pearls, but I made the whole thing myself.

Then, after the wedding, my mother and I went fabric and junk shopping. I want everyone to admire this giant pile of fabric that is going to be made into fall clothes, and the box of old patterns that my mom’s friend bought at a thrift store.

I also have a new necklace from this awesome store.

Anyways, for all of this shopping, I wore this:

Theeeeenn I went to a party at Rose’s place , in which a giant blanket fort was constructed in Rose’s living room, and we all sat on the floor and ate macaroni and cheese (them)  and vegan tomato soup (me and them), while watching an epic movie about a dwarf named Willow trying to protect a cute redheaded baby from something or another. I wore these pants: