Blouse & pinafore || Jitterbuggin’ Portland
Shoes || Fluevog Hope Cherish
Earrings || Leetie Lovendale
Sunglasses || vintage
Bag || Kate Spade Tower Avenue Quinn
So basically I wore my entire tax return from this year and last year. I’m trying to get a jump start on my goal to dress like I live in the 1940s when I’m in my 40s…did I succeed?
Also, looking at this photo, I realize that I need to wear a slip with this dress. Live and learn.
Our lab will be featured in a promotional video about the University. While our Fearless Leader gave an on-camera interview, the director wanted to feature members of the lab as well. I hadn’t had a chance to don my plumage last week and had worn my Audrey II skirt, which the crew loved — the makeup artist was “obsessed” with my skirt, and the DP started singing “Feed Me, Seymour” when he saw me.
So, of course, I got a glamour-girl makeup job and a brief interview.
Shirt: Heart of Haute; Skirt: Deadly Dames; Shoes: Fluevog Mini Zaza; Earrings: Leetie Lovendale
Sweater: Seberg by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark, knit from Cascade 220 || Skirt: vintage || Tights: Hue || Shoes: Fluevog Hope || Bangles, vintage via Etsy || earrings, Leetie Lovendale
This skirt is one-half of a suit I wear on summer job interviews. I liked how it looked with this sweater and figured I’d give it one last go-round with a pair of tights. I hope the navy blue tights and sweater don’t make me look like I’m wearing a onesie.
Somehow, Thursdays have mutated into Lucy Van Pelt Day, and reader, I am okay with that.