Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Mat Kearney

Mat Kearney

Sparkle Fade knit dress
$39 -

KnT by Kova T flared dress
$30 -

ASOS zipper jacket
$95 -

Anna Sui floral stocking
$20 -

Zara boots
$30 -

Tassel handbag
$50 -

Zipper bag
$25 -

$11 -

Flower jewelry
$9.99 -

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

CHicago Audition

CHicago Audition

Halter dress

Fishnet hosiery
$19 -

$18 -

Bloch Dance pointed shoes
$82 -

Bloch t bar sandals
$47 -

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Sunday, April 10, 2011

We're Moving on Up

Well its official I received the acceptance letter last week, I will be returning to Belmont in the fall, however before then I am taking the max amount of transfer hours humanly possible. I am so determined to graduate asap, that I don't know what to do with myself. I therefore must focus on the new and incredible that is going to be happening soon. This year I am going to go out with guys of various types, have fun at different concerts, grow out my hair again (I really gotta stop cutting it off, maintain my fab figure, and then figure out my grad/law school plans. To start with, I need to focus on the most important thing ever, my first day of class outfit! complete with bag!! I am so excited, and just so we are clear I am graduating this time and getting Dean's list. So first things first, your music for such a delayed post is Glee's version of Florence and the Machine history in the making classic, Dog Days are Over. Now this is a quintessential remake in my opinion for the show because it adds a hopeful quality that wasn't available in the original version. There is a certain Katy Perry "Fireworks" Corniness that is available to the Glee version of the song, that speaks to me and gets me excited about life and the future. Hope it does the same for you to!

Now as for your art for the week, I wanted to instill some words that I got from church yesterday-- keep the foxes out of your garden. Do with that what you will!
Now I know it isn't the usual type of art that I showcase, but lets face it, sometimes words are all that will do!

Here is that outfit I have been promising you! What are your thoughts?

Thursday, February 3, 2011

D- Day Is Approaching!

D-Day is fast approaching, and by D-Day I mean my audition into Belmont's commercial music program. I am auditioning three different songs, of course I am wearing a dress, I just have no decided on what 2 songs, I already have the third. But more importantly I have to decide on my outfit. So I went to the trusty polyvore website to get ideas. So here we go!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Wow there are no words...

I have absolutely no words to describe how horrible I feel about the negligence of this blog upon my attending school in NYC. I have to say sorry, because even if this blog is purely just for my eyes and no one ever reads it, I still should have kept up a commitment for posts. In not doing so, various aspects of my life for the last 4 months will never be documented, nor can I ever hope to remember them in a full capacity.

Apology over, and now something new.
I am returning to Nashville, and by Nashville I mean Belmont University (I hope). In attending AMDA I have learned quite a few things about myself, my future, and my fashion sense. First of all, I never wear pants. It has become a sort of running joke with my classmates, because if I am in a pair of pants, then it is most likely that I am upset about something. I am a dress wearing girl, and I love it. So upon my return to Nashville, especially when it gets warmer, I plan on cultivating that love and not allowing it to alter in any way. Beginning with this little gem from Now I realize I didn't complete adhere to my under $100 price, however you can skimp on a good coat, ever. Therefore I am unabashedly over budget by about $20. Can you blame me?

And since I could not even begin to leave before I posted a delightful little tune that will certainly keep you going, here you go!
Now usually I try to place the originals of songs on this blog, because usually the covers are dismal, but I have made an exception. Glee is a show that has taken over the country and in doing so has revolutionized how people look at music, finally. Therefore, I see no reason why playing Florence and the Machine's Dog Days Are Over via Glee is inappropriate. After all Glee has changed how we see music and isn't that what my new goal is after all? Changing myself?

Ta-ta darlings!