Another rewind, another summer memory. This was July, and I put this outfit together on a whim after taking myself out for "one small purchase". I picked up the floaty tunic in a baby pink, a color that I never wear (even though I love it, what gives?), and paired it with some simple black cigarette pants. I added the chandelier necklace as a detail to incorporate the clutch, which is gold clasped vintage faux snakeskin - that's a mouthful. I look pretty pissed in most of these photos, but I swear that it's just the curse of a downturned mouth. I was a-okay and learning what to do with my face in front of a camera. ....still learning - stay tuned.
As I usually do, I popped behind the old decrepit building across the street from my house on this day, un-phased by the ominous clouds that were lurking in the sky just past. It wasn't two photos in that I was running for shelter, ending up tucked under a tiny awning for close to an hour. At first I stayed because I was fearful of getting my camera wet, but after some time, realized that there is absolutely no harm in being trapped in a field to watch a storm hit the river and smell the grass become rejuvenated. After awhile, I was able to snap some more, and with better lighting to boot!
I had a pretty standard week, and hope to have a pretty standard weekend. I have no plans whatsoever, besides working, and hope for a quiet moment with a cup of coffee and my mohair socks, at the very most. It's pretty nippy over here in Eastern Can., and we're due for yet another nor'easter that is set to pound us with some more snow. I can tell that the days are getting longer, though, and I really have to get back out and into the swing of things photo wise - I'm moving through my reservoir pretty quickly. Thank you again for reading, friends and followers. I guess I don't throw out my appreciation too often, but here it is in a great big MUAH of thanks. Take care.
(Top: Adiva, Pants: RW & Co., Necklace: Top Shop, Clutch: Vintage)