I'm not really in love with either of these outfits so I thought I'd make it a double header and go for quantity over quality...
This is a skirt I wore in the window of A Gal Named Cinda Lou when I did my window modeling. I loved it so much, I bought it.
I have a tripod but I'm too lazy to bust it out. That means that when I take pics like these, I am stowing my camera on ledges and window sills and praying that it doesn't tumble to the ground before the picture snaps.
That is why you'll sometimes see me at odd angles like this...
necklace - a head shop in NOLA
top - TJ Maxx
skirt - vintage, A Gal Named Cinda Lou
shoes - TJ Maxx
If I took the tripod to the back yard, I wouldn't have to resort to picture gimmicks like this.
Though, okay, gimmicks are fun.
This is almost the same look the cats give me when I catch them sitting on the table.
vest - thrift
dress - Kohl's
necklace - Night Owl Crafts
ring - a shop on Magazine Street in NOLA
shoes - Mustard Seed Boutique
I never used to make the bed but it turns out that Frankie Lu's one redeeming quality (besides her fluffy cuteness) is her hilarious ability to turn bed-making enjoyable. She spend the entire time fighting with the sheet, rolling around in the comforter, and falling off the bed.
Try not to laugh too hard at my pitiful cleavage.