Frequent lens wiping helps-but you need to snap the photo quickly as it will only steam up again.
Eileen Fisher linen-rayon blend suit (also has a matching skirt)-Hand-Me-Ups
When Vix mentioned how much Indian block print gauze skirts and dresses were selling for, I nearly fainted. I have some I've been wearing (to shreds) since the late 70's, but this one was something I happened upon in the Goodwill last week. I paid .99 cents for it-and it has the all-important (to young people paying crazy amounts of money for these) metal bells at the end of the drawstring waist. I don't really care for it, so I'll look for someone with more money than brains to take it off my hands.
The sleeveless shell and matching linen jacket were purchased years ago at Talbot's. There was a matching skirt as well, but I have no idea what became of it. I don't wear the pieces often, but when I do it is always a delight. I like the embroidered pattern on the linen, and though it wrinkles a bit, I still feel wonderful wearing it. It might seem strange to keep something that gets worn once or twice a year, and I suppose it is. That said, I wouldn't dream of parting with either piece and will probably still be wearing them when they're threadbare. Quality Irish linen is worth hanging on to.
Linen shell and jacket-Talbot's, early 90's
Indian block-print skirt-Goodwill
Quartz necklace-garage sale
Shell earrings-World Market
Fragrance-Eau de Gaga (BEST ten bucks I've spent in a while)
"Stand like this and act like you're flapping your wings!"
Sigh. I suppose the neighbours already know we're bonkers, so no point denying it.
Well what do you know? We've made it through Monday. Onward!