Day Five: Hey! Where’d My Fashion Photographer Go Skirt


I can’t find my Fashion Photographer anywhere!

Had to prop the camera up on a post, set the timer, run and pose.

Hmmm, I guess Fashion Photographers are funny that way. They just don’t appreciate you photographing, using and discussing their underwear elastic. Go figure?!!?!

Anyhoo, here’s the last Refashioned Skirt of the Week:

 

Made, of course, just like all the others.

It’s been fun wearing a new skirt to school each day.

Do you have a favorite?

  

 

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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25 Responses to Day Five: Hey! Where’d My Fashion Photographer Go Skirt

  1. I actually have 2 faves. Fall colors and today’s, but really, I love them all….I have so much fun looking at the before and after pics. Today’s blew my mind….because if I saw that dress on a rack, I would keep looking but that skirt is very attractive and for sure, I would purchase it! HaHaHa….The eye is a very tricky thing!!!! Thanks for this very inspirational week! Have a wonderful weekend!
    ~Louise

  2. Sorry, I can’t vote . . . you look ADORABLE in ALL of them!🙂 Thanks for sharing your fun skirt adventures!🙂

  3. cathy diacetis says:

    I love the Friday skirt-where do you find all those funky dresses? Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2012 12:27:42 +0000 To: cadiacetis@hotmail.com

  4. gailmurton says:

    You are just too talented and adorable, Beth. I can only imagine how much your students love you and what an inspiration you must be!

    • Awwwww, Gail, no wonder I’ve always liked you! I do have one former student that tells her mom that Mrs. Huntington always dresses “fancy”. Kindergarten students are always good for the ego.
      Hugs, Beth

  5. Karen Strand says:

    I just stumbled upon your blog and am thrilled that I did! Your refashioning is so inspiring. I wish I could go thrifting with you! I often find dresses like the ones you made over and always pass them up….No more! So excited to try one of these ideas myself!

    • Hey Karen, I’m glad you stumbled upon my blog, too! Welcome! I can’t wait to see what you try. I do have a page to share other’s projects, so if you try something, send me some pictures and I’ll post them, if you’d like.
      Beth

  6. Jo H. says:

    I like them all, but I voted for the If I Were in Charge of the World skirt🙂 Your instructions are easy to follow; thanks for sharing.

  7. You’re really cracking me up, Beth. So your photographer didn’t like your skivvie skirt?

  8. Tish says:

    I voted for the Fall Colors and Friday’s was a close second, but really, I loved them ALL! I wish I could “see” as much as you can “see” when I look at clothes and see the potential in them like you can!🙂 Question: when you cut the top off these dresses, what do you do with what’s left (the top part)? Is there enough to refashion into a blouse or anything? I have a dress that’s two miles long (bought it from the clearance rack because of the print, and the fact I temporarily forgot I look hideous in one piece dresses) and I’m thinking of trying your skirt refashion tutorial but thinking there’ll be so much left off the top that maybe I might could do something with it too? Any suggestions???

  9. This is such a great idea! I have a few dresses and skirts in my closet that I just put up because they I thought they weren’t cute–AT ALL. I’ve got to try this!

  10. adaisygarden says:

    You are so creative! I like them all, but I guess the colors on Day Four won me over.🙂

  11. cute! i like this one! all of them look great on you🙂

  12. craftingismybliss says:

    I like all the skirts you did. This one is really cute, so I voted for this one. Love the story about your photographer. Very cute.

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