I didn't comb my hair again, I started to curl it to tame the Lion King mane I had going on but my patience is so limited (seriously) so BAM sloppy bun and I'm done. And to think there was a time and day where I wouldn't step out of my house with out having my hair done-- those days are gone :)
I saw this shirt and fell for it instantly!-- it was one of those purchases where there was no negotiating for me, I had to have it! I love the the black & white tribal(ish) pattern of the front and the back of the shirtwon my heart! I love the transparent back being composed of rows of different lacey patterns! The button details make it fun too... casual but can totally be dressed up if I wanted...
So I couldn't resist matching up the shirt with some netted black tights that had rows of various patterns like the shirt! I know, that is a small detail, and probably one that I will only notice... sometimes, I can be such a sucker for details. :)
Red vintage shoes were found on one of my many thrifting adventures! I actually found these in a neat vintage re-sale shop in my neighborhood-- I have the best luck in their shop with shoes! They were a little scuffed, but oh so comfy and the side strap detail is awesome and the heel is "just right" I am telling you, they don't make shoes like these anymore.
oh, and that is one of my first enameled necklaces I made, I am so attached it-- which is why you will not find it in my shop... cause' sometimes you just get attached to a piece you make and can't bring yourself to part with it, that necklace is that piece I can't part with for me :)