Posts Tagged ‘ hats ’

Run it Back

August 23, 2012
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Run it Back

As a blogger who embraces thrifting and refashioning, while trying to reduce consumption and increase creativity, I have no qualms about wearing something a gazillion times if I like it.  As I got dressed this morning, this skirt was calling out to me.  Originally created for #3 of the Ode Series which was devoted to the...

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The Ode Series, #3

May 16, 2012
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The Ode Series, #3

Her name is Vix.  The Vintage Vixen.  From the moment I set eyes on her, I was bedazzled by her creativity and bohemian style.  Talk about inspiration!  Let me count the ways: instead of two bracelets, try ten!  Vintage polyester?  Of course, especially when she calls it “crimplene”, a delicious sounding word I’d never...

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And the Winner Is…

April 29, 2012
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And the Winner Is…

Just wanted to give you a quick glimpse of what I actually wore to the Mitty Challenge.  It was hot, loud, and a lot of fun.  We wandered around, drank copious amounts of water, and Joey talked to a variety of vendors about tires, IRTB’s (Individual Runner Throttle Bodies), and a host of other...

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The Mitty Challenge

April 25, 2012
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The Mitty Challenge

For those of you who don’t know, the Mitty Challenge is a vintage/classic sports car event. (Don’t feel bad ’cause I just found out and I’m married to a car nut.)  The fun part about attending, as far as I’m concerned, is that I’m encouraged to dress up, channeling any era I please. There...

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The Ode Series, #1

March 14, 2012
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The Ode Series, #1

Because I’ve been inspired over the last few years by some exceptional personal style bloggers, I’ve decided to create a series of posts, The Ode Series, with outfits directly inspired by some of my style icons.  On the surface, my icons provide me with fresh ideas on how to utilize my existing wardrobe; I...

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Friday Flashback

February 10, 2012
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Friday Flashback

My mantra tends to be “change is the only constant”.  To me, this makes total sense in this ephemeral existence, and helps me embrace change even when I want to go kicking and screaming in the other direction. However, it’s interesting to look back, say thirty five years or so when these pictures were...

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