I roped my sister into being my personal photographer this week. It was so fun to have photoshoots together, and I even got to be behind the camera a time or two, which I love! We also did a bit of shopping this week for my sister. She doesn't shop at thrift stores much like I do, so we went to (gasp!) the MALL of all places! And wouldn't you know it, I actually found something on the clearance rack at Old Navy. I really like Old Navy actually. Their clothes are cute, but also functional and sporty which is great. Like this little eyelet dress that has a sweet racerback tank construction so I can throw it on after a performance for dinner with the in-laws! It works out just peachy. And since my hair was already sprayed up and tacky with hairspray, it didn't take me long to bobby pin it up away from my face.
I'm having fun exploring new areas around our house to take photos. Our deck stairs are a perfect place, and no bystanders! What a luxury ;) I do get barked at by all of the surrounding dogs in the area, but I'll take that over honks and and questions from nosy people!
So, funny story guys. I don't know if you've noticed, but I'm quite pale. Like almost vampirishly pale. I'm not complaining, I quite like it most of the time-except when buying makeup. I bought some translucent powder which I needed for the play to set my makeup. TRANSLUCENT. If you don't know what that means, it basically is supposed to be see through. I guess I'm so pale that even the translucent powder that I bought is too dark for my skin, so my face looks a bit darker than the rest of me in these photos. It doesn't matter too much on stage, but in real life it looks a bit strange! Haha. How can I be lighter than see through?! Maybe I just need to get out into the sun more?
Have a happy Thursday friends!
For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?
Dress- Old Navy
Bag- Vintage Coach, thrifted