Three reasons you’re awesome:
I’m the only person in my office who wears heels and dresses to work.
gets me all sorts of strange looks and even stranger comments;
including, “Don’t mind me, I just like to watch.” But I try not to
looked too creeped out and just keep going with my shoot.
I almost never pay full price for anything.
What are you wearing right now, as you type this?
Mustard cords, navy sweater, stormy sea necklace
had to have the Leopard
fedora from the Albertus Swanepoel for Target line, it’s like the one
he did for J.Crew, only $158 less. Oh wait! That’s not clothing! I
also picked up a leather pencil skirt at the thrift store for $3.50.
Could you tell us your top three style tricks/DIYs?
in my head is not working out in reality. When there is no time left
for a change, I just walk with all the confidence I can muster and act
like its exactly how I wanted to leave the house that morning.Failing that, grab a trench coat and find a reason not to take it off.
copying some expensive piece I’m lusting after at the moment. One of my
favorites is this pink skirt fashioned after one of that ModCloth is offering. It’s just as cute and I did it for about $10.
Tell us about a favorite childhood memory about your clothes.
friend who was an only child and perhaps a bit spoiled. She always had
the most gorgeous Barbie Doll dresses, and I was envious. Sometimes
I would invite her over to play and when it was time to clean up a
dress or two of hers might accidentally end up getting put away in my
box. I know I was unscrupulous, but I still don’t really feel bad about
it. Guess you’d better not let me into your closet! Who knows what
might mysteriously disappear?
What is your best thrifting score?
My Coach Station Bag. It’s in
excellent condition and was only $10 – as an added bonus, it will never
go out of style.
Thanks for sharing, Lydia!