Hello! Welcome to Tuesday! Can I just say how much fun I am having reading all of you guys comments and getting to know everyone. I will probably be saying that all week, but it’s true! I love it.
It’s get to know the readers week and I have more questions for you! Today I thought we’d talk about music, since music is also an integral part of this blog. I am a huge music nut with somewhat eclectic tastes, so I love talking about music. Let’s see. Today I want to know: What is your all-time favorite band/artist? What is the most embarrassing thing you have in your music collection? Favorite recent musical discovery? What is the first concert you ever went to?
Well, I’ve made it to day three of my theme week challenge. If you just tuned ine, you’re looking at the third of seven looks I’m creating using only this dress as the base each day. Everything else is different. The point is to create as many unique looks as possible. So far the dress has been monochromatic, and has been converted into a top. Today, perhaps predictably, I went the opposite direction and turned it into a skirt.
This look is quite preppy, which you’ve probably noticed already, I’m fond of. It turned out frumpier than I envisioned, but that tends to happen when you’re wearing three layers of clothing. Otherwise, I was pleased. The blues and reds we’re just bright enough to make it a fun look, while still a conservative change from the last two.
No compliments today. But on the upside, no one has said anything about the repeat dress. In truth, I think the only person I saw today, as well as yesterday was my FedEx guy. He probably didn’t notice because we have a tumultuous relationship as it is. When I say tumultuous, I mean that he likes to complain about every aspect of his job, including how heavy our boxes are. I kind of think that people who work for FedEx, should either not complain about heavy-lifting or find a new job. As a result, we have a lot of tense interactions in which I bestow him with no sympathy and he doesn’t like me very much. Oh well.
Dress/Skirt – Thrifted (Fossil)
Blue Sweater – F21
Belt – Wet Seal
Polo – Work
Shoes – Wal-Mart
Title courtesy of Fiona Apple – “Red, Red, Red”