It's been a lovely weekend thus far. I'll end today with birthday cupcakes and hot chocolate, followed by a viewing of How to Steal a Million snuggled under my heater blanket.
my tank jumpsuit: zip-up top & elastic waist with pockets.
I've been intrigued by jumpsuits for this spring. Wondering, could I pull this off? Let alone, could I make one myself? And, I have done it. This really was a project, really I just wanted to try it because I was curious to see if I could. I learned oodles from this. Initially I wanted a solid black fabric, though I had much of this pattered fabric leftover from other projects. It's so comfortable, I am a bit surprised how much I enjoy wearing it.
"I am convinced there is always room for projects that have at their core
originality, energy, and passion."
- Matteo Marzotto
Life is an open book. You have the lead part; write your story, for you are the pen holder.
*striped blazer I altered- thrifted; jeans- Ross; white v-neck- men's Hane's tee I altered; boots I added lace to- Payless?; cameo necklace of my mother's I have claimed as my own. *
An off-white sort of linen fabric with subtle white stripes.
Painted french emblems on the sleeves.
black sheer tee with somewhat of a stand collar.
I wore it tucked into jeans, black heeled booties on my feet.
A men's flannel shirt that I added puff sleeves and a tall collar to.