Why, I shall explain momentarily. First, I’d like to thank everyone for their lovely comments. Also, I’d like to remind you that YOU are the inspiration. Thank you Chictopians, all you fashionistas and glamour girls, for helping me decide what I’ll wear, but mostly for giving me strength to show more of myself through clothing than I would orriginally have.
I feel like there’s much to say. First, I wore this about a week ago. I’ve just been busy, and I got a new laptop so I’ve been eargly playing around with everything else. Finally I connected it to my external backup, and I can save files off of my computer.
I wore this top in my third or forth or fifth post. Or something like that. But I love it, and it’s so irresistably soft and silky. These jeansare my “boot” jeans. I don’t like hot the bottom of these jeans fall too much, but hey, they were ten dollars. I figure if I wear them with boots, the akward skinny leg wont show. It was freezing, so boots and leg warmers were required. These boots orriginally had a fringe on the side, but I never wore them so I cute it off, now I can’t take them off. They also have a flattering wedge heel, which I desperately need. Then a cozy navy blazer. I’m so in love with it! It’s Ralph Lauren, which I found at Goodwill. When I got home after buying it, I noticed that I have it’s knockoff counterpart in my closet. I had to laugh! Then the purse is also a D&G steal for only $4. It has huge oversized zippers, which I find fantastic! Then the necklace I “borrowed” out of my friend’s car. Eh, she knows I have it. We have a sharing friendship, haha.
Mind the somewhat messy hair. I truely am awkward in front of the camera, but I need to get over that. In addition to letting go of things, I need to get past my nervousness when speaking to large groups. This is why I’m a nervous wreck. In two weeks I’m singing a solo with my chorus. This is just a bigger feat that I personally, can handle. The song is “Ain’t Too Proud To Bed” by The Temptations (classic!). My choir sings back up, while eight soloists sing thier own part, and then share a duet. Strange to explain. This is how my partner and my part goes:
Joe: “Now I know you want to leave me, but I refuse to let you go.”
Elizabeth: “If I have to beg, plead, for your sympathy, I don’t mind because you mean that much to me.”
Both: “Ain’t to proud to beg, sweet darlin’…” continue chorus.
This is repeated with several other people.
I jsut don’t do that well, but my director insisted. Plus, it can’t really hurt. By the way, this is in two weeks. Hopefully I’ll have this simple line absolutely nailed. Anyway, thanks for letting me rant and babble. :)
Salut, mes amis! :D