Tag: Dressing Up

Dressing for Confidence

Maker:L,Date:2017-9-22,Ver:5,Lens:Kan03,Act:Kan02,E-Y

All of today’s photos were taken on the same day—hard to believe, I know, since half of the photos are sunny and bright and the other half are snowy and insanely windy (can you see the little snowflakes in the above picture?). So you may be wondering, why am I wearing a skirt and short sleeves when it’s 20 degrees out?! Excellent question. Continue reading “Dressing for Confidence”

Homecoming Reinvented

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I’m sure a lot of us have at least one homecoming or prom dress lurking in the back of our closets, keeping the dust bunnies company and hiding from the light of day (if not a dress for a formal dance, at least some fancy article of clothing that you don’t wear often). These dresses feel hopeless, lonely, and unwanted. But this New Year’s Eve, you—yes, YOU!—can make that dress feel loved again. BUT WAIT! There’s more! Keep reading to find out how to actually accomplish this.

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Costumes Through the Years

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Goooooood afternoon! I didn’t get a chance to take outfit pictures yesterday (more like, I was just being lazy and didn’t want to) so I decided to round up some costumes I’ve worn in the past as more Halloween inspiration. If you’re trying to come up with a costume but are stuck, remember this: you don’t have to buy something new. Consider re-wearing an old costume, or make use of parts of past costumes and turn it into something cute/new. I give some ideas below for how to reinvent each of my past costumes into something I could wear now. (By the way, this Flapper Girl costume was from my school’s Decades Day two years ago.) Continue reading “Costumes Through the Years”