It’s holiday party weekend and I need to think wardrobe and want you guys to help!! Here are the options:
#1 – Blue beaded vintage dress with a very LARGE slit up the back of the dress. Um, can this be saved???
#2 – Blue satin lace dress that doesn’t stay up and has some severe underarm discoloration. YUCK!
#3 – Peach “Gone With the Wind”-esque feeling dress. The color is dreadful against my skin and I feel like a debutante Oh, and PS, my entire chestal region is on display.
#4 – 80s satin dress that has a mullet waist. That material is drapey and hits right at my thighs in the front, but in the back it goes longer than my knees. Party in the front and in the back for this one!
Which one do you like best??? Leave your thoughts below…
One month of costume inspiration from our favorite movies and TV shows continues!
Today’s costume comes from:
One of my favorite scenes from 500 Days of Summer was shot at downtown LA’s Bradbury Building and I couldn’t wait to go inside!
Zooey Deschanel played Summer to Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Tom and the city of LA played the third lead!
I went with Zooey Deschanel’s look from the end of the film, so the key Summer costume pieces that you’ll need include:
1. Beige Trench Coat (Mine is old Anthropologie, but this H&M one is perfect at $25!)
4. Black Briefcase or Purse (mine is thrifted from Goodwill – this is something easily grabable from your accessory pile!)
5. Thick Framed Glasses (super Zooey-esque cheap frames from Amazon)
“I think it’s official. I’m in love with Summer.”
I spent the weekend in Palm Springs with girlfriends, so I felt that this muumuu had to make the trip along with me. When in Palm Springs, you muumuu it, right?
Check back later today to see the full remake, but here’s a little photo booth teaser
My muumuu was a total hit and so were the other vintage flowy pieces I brought along with. The desert wardrobe is coming this week!
Natalie is my kind of girl. Let’s just discuss for a second…
- Refashioning is one of her favorite things to do. (Samesies!)
- One of her first project was making little pillows (Samesies!)
- Thinking outside the box and crafting something old into something new. (Samesies!)
When I saw her project I just knew we were destined to be refashioning pals. See what she created…
I’ve been a fan of your blog for a while now, and I’ve had a love for sewing since my mom taught me to make little pillows with a needle and thread. I’ve since upgraded to a machine, and refashioning thrift store clothing is one of my favorite hobbies. Is it because I’m cheap? Yes. Is it because I like thinking outside the box and recycling something old into something new? Yes.
I found this lovely denim-ish button down dress at a Goodwill in Festus for $2.25.
My friend’s expression explains how we felt about it initially.
Best. Expression. Ever. See what Natalie did to this denim number…
Hi Marisa! I bought this $10 dress for a 40’s party. I’m not a huge fan of red, but it works and it kind of reminded me of the dress from PS I Love You. Plus, it has pockets! Nothing like pockets!