I went with this lovely find today – $1, a little too frumpsters, but made of a super fun red/black patterned fabric. I love this color combo, so I bought this as soon as I got my hands on it.
It just didn’t excite me, but with a few changes, it’ll pull a 180!!
The weekend is complete and I spent most of it learning all about the in’s & out’s of Photoshop!! (I also finished the 4th season of Breaking Bad – Holy/Wowsa/OMG/Heisenberg – just in time for the season premiere!!)
The amazing and adorable Bri & Angela of Blogshop taught the most ridiculously compact seminar where I actually learned (and remembered!) so many über cool tricks. It’s like Photoshop was compressed into a nifty zip file this weekend and it’s all been downloaded into my brain!
So no weekend brunching with pals for me, but the class still served the necessary brunchy bevvies…mimosas, check! Coffee, check!
I planned to wear something cool and breezy for the class and went to this cotton candy colored frock that I found for a buck.
It feels like an 80s secretary dress complete with the big white button up top, the shiny squares in the fabric, and the pads!! Oh those pads!!
First off, we’re getting rid of those puppies because this is going to become my dress for Saturday School! Molly Ringwald wore blingy studs to her Saturday detention and I’ve got my dress. Two peas in a pod, preparing fashionably for weekend school.
In just a few days, there are going to be some fun blog changes! You might have already picked up on some things that are getting tweaked! I’m super excited to unveil the completed, face-lifted, look that’s right around the corner!
Today’s amazing remake comes from my gal Kelly. I love the pattern on her piece…check it out!
“Red and black and floral, this “thing” immediately caught my eye. I felt like a slightly smaller and redheaded Dorothy Zbornak (Oh, Ma!!).
Time to check out Kelly’s handiwork!
It’s like a Jackson Pollock on this dress!!
My neighbor Helen dropped off a bag of goods for me around Thanksgiving, which ended up being too late to use last year, so I was finally getting to one of the little gems that came in the Trader Joe’s bag she so graciously donated. Nothing is better than goodies being dropped off at your door, right?!
I felt like a little artist’s palette covered in the primary color spectrum!