Saturday, December 1, 2012

Four Outfits and Hairstyles

Hopefully in the future I will be able to take better pictures, but until then, here are several different outfits that I have worn recently.


Outfit Details
Leopard print jacket with faux fur collar:  Stein Mart
Sweater:  Dress Barn
Pants:  JCPenny
Shoes:  TJ Maxx
Hat:  TJ Maxx
Owl Necklace:  Gift from my daughter

Hair Details
Set the night before on pillow rollers, center part.  Front sections twisted back and pinned to join curls in back.




 Outfit Details
Orange Brocade 60s style Jacket:  Stein Mart
Dress:  Goody's
Shoes:  TJ Maxx
Tights:  Walmart
Jewelry:  Local craft sale

Hair Details
Hair is twisted and pinned all the way around on each side, meeting in the back, pinned and tucked in to itself.



 Outfit Details
Vintage 40s Dress:  Ebay
Shoes:  Can't remember
Belt:  TJ Maxx
Jade Jewelry:  Gift from M-I-L

Hair Details
Hair was set with pillow rollers the night before then the front brushed back and pinned to join the curls in back.





Outfit Details
Sweater:  JC Penney
Vintage Skirt:  Etsy Shop - Thrush
Shoes:  Goody's years ago.
Belt:  TJ Maxx
Yellow Tights:  Kohls
Faux Pearl Earrings - Premiere Jewelry
Faux Pearl Necklace - Given to me by my mother

Hair Details
Hair was pin curled the night before following Brittany at Va-Voom Vintage's Grace Kelly tutorial then parted on side and brushed into loose curls.  





6 comments:

  1. The last outfit is my favorite! The first one you remind me of a 1970's bad ass female cop or detective for some reason? You need to get a tripod that is my best friend for blogging.

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    1. I know, I just told my husband yesterday that I needed a tripod. Maybe Santa will bring me one!

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  2. Love all your outfit ensembles!! So pretty. New follower to a very cute blog!

    The Fictionista
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    1. Thank you so much! I'm following you back.

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  3. You are such a beautiful, elegant woman. I adore each of these timelessly stylish, becoming outfits, but think that the 1940s dress (natch :) ) is my very favourite. You look as though you really could have stepped out of a sophisticated film of the period in it.

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. Aww, thank you sweet lady. Coming from such a stylish lady as yourself, that means a lot to me.

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