Entirely my own fault, although I could blame the wine! No one made me drink it, though. When I upload my camera pictures, I crop and resize my photos before uploading them. This involves a "Select All" (for the resize), but tragically, last night, I applied it to the crop function instead.
So, you get a rather odd series of pictures of my outfit from Thursday. Hopefully you can figure out what the overall outfit looked like from these!
This is a new-to-me leather jacket that I got with my clothes trade-in on Sunday:
|Vizzini was rubbing my legs in the uncropped version.|
That's my cream velvet "jean" skirt, which is in the giveaway pile now. I didn't like how it rode up all day.
Giving Vizzini a cuddle:
|Inigo was watching from the background, sadly, a victim of the cropping.|
You can see the odd colour on the jacket there - it's a cream leather that's been soaked in green dye, that looks like it's been set out in the rain. The green is very streaky. It appeals to me, although I can see why it didn't sell. The jacket has a gorgeous brown satin lining, which I showed off with the turned-up cuffs.
this sequined top underneath. I pinned one side to my bra so that I wouldn't have any slippage during the day (it's a one-shoulder top - picture here).
My shoes were highly uncomfortable and I'm going to give them to my friend, Cat. They were too tight in the toes, and that elasticated heel made big dents on my feet. It was odd, because last time I wore them (last outfit down), they were fine! But anyway, I already have a zebra-print low heeled shoe.
My lovely Shi Studio belt:
Another pair of earrings from around 1994, when I worked in a trendy little mall shop for a year (my fellow Canucks might remember LA Express, former sister store of Suzy Shier).
Jacket (Le Chateau, consignment), top (Express, thrifted), skirt (B.U.M. Equipment, consignment), belt/buckle (Shi Studio), shoes (Aerosoles, consignment), earrings (LA Express, 1994).