PLAYING DRESS-UP / Definitely not Understated !



I made this necklace out of some old vintage bead, some new ones and ribbon I had lying around. As you can see, I need new glasses as the neck ribbon is dark green instead of black! It remind me of Minnie Mouse.


As the day progresses, the layers come off. This is not an understated outfit. Sometimes it's fun to dress a part. Today is Ecentric Photographer ! I had a million ideas on how I wanted to wear my pearls, but I grabbed this at the last minute. Menswear just goes with pearls ( to me! ) It's just plain old fun to play dress-up! Glamour inspired me to let my little girl out to play. I wore my Dad's shirt.



I'm also wearing vintage clip-on rhinestone earrings. Shiny !


Poor Mickey !









3 comments:

JordanMayTwigs said...

Me like!!!!
A LOT!!!

I wore my high waisted wide legged vintage inspired dark jeans with suspendered today.
And thought of you!!!

Hope all is well!!

xx
JordanMayTwigs.
<3

www.jordanmaytwigs.blogspot.com

THELOOKING_GLASS said...

I love this look, it is very authentic. You are the eccentric photographer, as well as the beautiful model :0)

PS. Now I can wear my pearls, instead of just looking at them.
XOX

Annie, Time Enough for Drums said...

Hey there,

Thanks for your inquiry about the Timely Vintage item. You had asked how Etsy works. It's really quite simple; like shopping at any online store such as modcloth.com or urbanoutfitters.com. The only difference with Etsy is that there are multiple sellers, not just one. Etsy functions as a platform for the sellers, both for vintage items, and handmade goods from artisans. All you need is a credit card and you can purchase anything! (Or, in some cases, the seller will accept a check payment in the mail.) You had mentioned interest in the brooch I am selling with the colorful stones; here is the link to the item description page: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=44536240. Let me know if you have questions! You can leave a note on my blog or email me at timeenoughfordrums.blogspot.com. Happy hunting! Annie.

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