Wednesday, August 24, 2011

sumthin' for Sunday


I threw this little number together for goin' to meeting in.  It's interesting how one shirt works with something and another doesn't. I tried on another shirt that was too big for me also with another white belt (this one was wide) but I had heels on and it just looked OFF. I looked strange. Changed the shoes to flats, (if pants are too short, they look WEIRD with heels ;) got another "too big shirt" and cinched it with a tiny belt.  

I have more time right now, because I'm short one client.  The client didn't pass, they wanted me to work different hours that weren't good for me.  In time, Lord willing, I'll pick up a 2nd client to fill that time.  

I like this added free time.  It feels good to have it.  I like "space." If you know what I mean.

Last night I went to a good friends house for a party and bon fire. She's amazing, she's moving to Australia! soon and will teach little kids, and she will attend the Hillsong church.  I met a lot of NICE people at the party.  I want to go to their young adult meetings sometime.  Many of her friends all go to the same church and small group.  (Um, yes there were a lot of  young men ;) when there's bait the fish will come. I've been in a mostly guppie pond too long.Hehe)

metallic flats: $2 Gabriel brothers
cream trousers: free
blue top: thrifted a long time ago, gave to mom and got it back (it's had a long life)
belt: $1 thrifted
beaded faux pearl earrings: $1 Valley Discount (<3 that store!)
faux pearl ring: $2 Valley Discount
rhinestone ring: gift from sister
pearl bracelet: I made from vintage(most likely) beads from my Grammie

*Valley Discount is this amazing store in Winchester Va. that has this HUGE rack of mostly earrings, (necklaces, and braceletts.) I mostly buy earrings, they are $1!! and I've bought some rings, for $2 :) so so fun!




4 comments:

indiana.girl said...

I love wide legged white trousers, they look so sharp.

And here's to swimming in the bigger pond... ;)

Eva Girl said...

Here's to catching a big, beautiful, fish! A real 'keeper'!

Marie said...

Eva Girl, as people in New England would say "a keepah!" ;)

Vanessa said...

That satin bow and trim is so pretty. it really adds so much charm to this top!