August 18, 2012

You've Got A Friend In Me

I wanted to do this with water guns, but I couldn't find our old ones!

Today was my very last day of vacation! I spent it designing stuff and reading books at home, which was very relaxing and pleasant. School starts on Monday. I received my class schedule for this semester and it's the first time I am happy with it. Each week, I have 6 hours of Multimedia, 15 hours of Design and Production, 3 hours of Illustration, 3 hours of Photography and 3 hours of Advanced English. Not bad, uh? I am especially excited for the Multimedia course! My super cool illustration professor from last semester will be teaching this class. Before meeting her, I absolutely loathed illustrating stuff... and now I like it! I am crazy about multimedia and webdesign, so imagine how much I will enjoy her course! :)


Now, let's forget school for a moment... Today (and yesterday, too!), I wore the most perfect dress in the whole universe. I first noticed it on Modcloth about a year ago and but it was 80.00$ minus the shipping and scary duty fees, so I sadly passed on it. However, a lovely blogger recently put it for sale in her closet shop and I immediately snagged it! It was 30.00$, which was way more wallet-friendly. I have a thousand ideas of outfits featuring this dress. I like how it's looks both kitschy and ladylike at the same time. This piece is begging to be remixed again and again! It's a little love story to be continued! ;)


These cowboy boots were gathering dust in my closet and I was planning on donating them to a charity shop, but I might keep them. When I recently attended the Great Lake Swimmers gig, the violinist/female vocalist was wearing some and she looked super cute and not cowboy-y at all. Now I see such boots as a fun style challenge that I want to take.


Oh, and look! I even customized them with a fun surprise scribbling on the right sole...
 
Dress: Modcloth via Delightfully Tacky // Scarf: thrifted // Boots: thrifted + DIY

Randy Newman - You've Got A Friend In Me

Wait, that was 17 years ago? How did I grew up so fast?

10 comments:

  1. You make such an adorable cowgirl haha, loved the dress and you're so lucky it was so cheap and still as new <3 can't wait to see how else you style it :), loved the Andy on the boots though I suddenly felt so so old...

    Sabrilett's Armoire

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  2. I cannot take how amazingly cute this is!

    A) The dress is beautiful and it suits you perfectly. B) The cowboy boots look so cute with the dress. C) I can't get over how adorable the Andy is on the bottom!

    Becky
    xx

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  3. I was given a pair of cowboy boots by a friend who was going to throw them out but they were too big so I passed them onto my mum but I have been lusting after a pair ever since! I'm deffo going to write Andy on the bottom like you've done. It's such a cute touch :)

    http://safiya-marie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. The dress is so cute :) And your hair looks pretty!

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  5. awww andy, what an adorable touch!
    I love the outfit, that dress is too pretty!


    <3
    Meghan @ The Flight of Fancy

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  6. So cute! Love the "Andy" on the bottom of you boot. :]

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  7. You are positively adorable. I've been following your blog for a couple of months now and I always love seeing when you've got a new post up. Lovely work, pretty lady!

    Kinsey

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  8. awww such a gorgeous dress! btw i love your blog & followed! do you think you could give me some tips on my blog and maybe follow or just leave a comment? would love to hear from you :)x

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  9. Those boots are amazing! They look great paired with that dress. Perfect outfit.
    x

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  10. Oh damn! Mega jealous that you purchased that dress first! I seriously would've wanted it, had I known it was for sale :(

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