If you follow HRF on Facebook you already know that I received a great 1940's rayon jersey sailor style top with flutter sleeves and 1940's red gabardine wide leg pants from Nudeedudee last Friday.
I have a few other items created by Kim. I love each one and would say that each item get above standard usage. A prime example of that is my 1930's boat-neck striped shirt in green and white; which has made not one but two trips to VLV because it is such a great staple and go-to-piece.
|Getting ready for Lindy on the Rocks 2012|
My boyfriend and I were going to attend a filming of American Ninja Warrior on Sunday and I decided this would be a perfect chance to premiere my new duds. Unfortunately, all we had was our mobile phone cameras because someone (pointing finger at myself) forgot to bring a real camera. I also stated on my Facebook page that I would do an outfit post of my new outfit and I try not to disappoint.
I am, however, sorry for the bit of blur and the erratic colors. The only picture that really came out well is the first one.
|These pants are really red. Which is right up my alley.|
|A little blurry but shows the outfit the best|
I got a lot of stares and a few compliments. People always seem so put out that I am dressed up; almost like they are offended. Do any of you get that type of reaction when you are fully dressed?
After a long evening in this outfit, I can say without hesitation that these are the most elegant and comfortable pants I have ever owned. They sway in the wind and the color is so gorgeous. I also love the top! That cut on the neck and the sleeves is really flattering to my curves / bust-line.
This outfit definitely makes me feel tall, thin, and elegant.
I also did a quick photo of my hair, makeup, accessories when we got home. Sorry, I probably look a little worse for the wear after a long night out drinking. Of course, I once again used my terrible camera phone for photos so I am positive that doesn't help my case.
|You can't tell but I have a large scar on my right brow. I am|
missing all of my hair from my arch toward my hairline.
|Cute clip-on pearl earrings with rhinestones.|
This is also the final reminder to enter the 1920's Deco Giveaway if you so desire. I'll draw the winner on Saturday!