So, letting a previously tainted color back into your life can be a good thing, that is something I learned.
Something I also learned, is that satin, and static cling, and some curves, do not mix.
So, satin is an iffy fabric. It can crease terribly, but most egregious, is its sheen. And the sheen works against you... big time. Combine that with some static that makes it cling to your curves, and sometimes, it makes for a not nice look.
There were a lot of shots taken of this outfit, and a LOT of them did not make the cut.
See, I kind of have a personal policy that I won't airbrush any of the shots that I take, but that doesn't mean that I have to post ALL the shots. You can betcher ass that I am cutting any that make me look as though I am 6 months pregnant. And static cling, shiny satin, and a not-flat stomach = bun-in-the-oven lookin'. I know that there are some who would be all "f*ck it, embrace your curves" but I am not that evolved. I can only embrace some of them...
|Earrings are another eBay find. I liked them because they echoed some of the statement necklaces that have been making the rounds.|
|Not sure what in the world was going through my head in the shot on the left, but it clearly wasn't Ryan Gosling...|
Sorry if my photos are sucking... I was busted in the warehouse during the last shoot (as evidenced by that days outtake) so I am back on the prowl for a good place to shoot. I thought this location had enough light, but I was wrong... I'm working on it!
Blouse: Jessica (from Sears) old, like over 2 years old.
Shoes: Target (also seen in this OOTD)