August Wrinkle x Trendy Teal: Transitioning to Spring Look 3
|Dress: c/o August Wrinkle Button-Down & Cardigan: thrifted Wedges: c/o My Hot Shoes Earrings: Debs|
|This is my annoyed face for the wind that was ruining our outdoor photoshoot!|
|I swear I'm not torturing Prince - he likes little scratches around his muzzle!|
This is the last Transitioning to Spring post, this time featuring a pretty dress from August Wrinkle. The fact that it has some mid-section cut outs definitely influenced my selection of it. How cool is that!? I'm definitely going to start hunting down more dresses with cut outs like this. Dresses will always be the perfect item to style up and down, no matter the weather. You can layer them easily for any season!
For this spring-themed outfit, I chose grey tights and light, pastel and neutral tones to accent the dress. Also, since we're heading into warmer weather, its time to break out those open-toed shoes, ladies! These spiked wedges from My Hot Shoes are my new favorites. They're not always practical, but when you want to get dressed up and still retain an edge? Some spiky wedges will serve you well.
So we had to move this shoot indoors, since outside was far too bright and windy for flattering pictures! Dad helped me out with some, but a few were also taken with my tripod. I'm experimenting with using it more, and I really like how handy it can be. I still prefer having someone else take photos for me, but that's not always going to happen. Do you ever wish you could just clone yourself? That way you could be both the model and photographer! You have no idea how often I've entertained this fantasy...because in my head, I know exactly what I want in a picture, and it can be frustrating trying to convey this to someone else. Haha, I'm just so thankful my photographers (you know who you are) put up with me!
Anyway, today's mention is a small one. Sitting next to him in Psychology class is always full of laughs because our teacher likes to make his lectures interesting (aka: they're easy to make jokes about). So he and I will often add our own commentary from the back of the class. Anyway, CG says things under his breath a lot and I'll glance up at him to see if he'll share what he said, which he usually does.
This one time I thought he said something, and I looked over at him questioningly. He caught my glance and suddenly appeared taken aback, like I'd taken him off guard.
"Wow," he whispered.
I raised an eyebrow at him, but he didn't elaborate.
Hmmmmm....maybe he was amazed by my incredible hearing?
Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger