It’s here! It’s finally here!
So far it’s been a beautiful week. Sunny, warm, and calm. The windows in my classroom have been open and we can hear birds chirping and dogs barking. At night I can hear the frogs. I’m back to walking everyday and I feel great. There’s nothing like spring to cheer a girl up and make her feel alive again.
Today is Day Three of Dress For Change Week and I’m wearing a thrifted black and white shirt with my Quick Cropped Sweater refashion from the other day. I’m looking forward to seeing what everyone else is wearing for this Little Black Dress Project.
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Again, you’re styling is so on point. Great pop of color, pattern mash-up and matching belt and skirt. All of the attention is on your beautiful face. Terrific!
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Thanks, Paula, you are really upping my fashion confidence!!
You are too cute! Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2013 13:36:11 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are so sweet!!!
Aww, nice! And each outfit so far has looked very different from the others. It’s a good lesson in how to use a basic piece.
Yes, it’s a good lesson in creativity!
I found your blog a few weeks ago and it has inspired me to “dust off” my sewing machine! When I checked by in with you on Monday, I found out about this amazing project that my daughter and I are now participating in… Thank you for sharing this!
Good Morning Tondra! Thank you so much for participating in Dress For Change Week. How cool that your daughter wanted to join in the fun, too! I hope you didn’t mind but I mentioned you two in my post today and put a link to your site, 🙂
Thanks Beth! I’ve been meaning to stop by to let you know the ever-reaching impact this project has made in our lives… and to let you know that I just celebrated my 2-year anniversary in THIS SAME DRESS! Thanks for being an amazing inspiration and for using this platform to show us all how to effectively maximize our wardrobes!
Here’s the link…
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