Thursday, February 23, 2012

DEEP SIDE PART...and a link up



 

  Hi  Darlings, I am not going to talk about anything other than how beautiful the weather is today.  I am sitting in my dining room with the door wide open listening to the wind, feeling the spring like breeze and watching the sun peek behind the clouds every once in a while.  What a gorgeous day!  Maybe I should have done this shot outside but I wanted to stage a little 70's shoot inside.  As you all know it is my favorite decade for dressing up.  I wish I could tell you that my striped cords are vintage but they are not.  I thrifted them 2 weeks ago for $5.99 at Goodwill.  Corduroy is not the most flattering material if you have a curvy lower body but they certainly are comfortable.  I have to run errands today so I am wearing this outfit to do so.  I am also linking up to Shayla  at Fortyish and Fluffy for EYE CANDY!  Post anything that catches your eye or if you saw something during the week that inspired you, click here and get in on the fun every Thursday! Thank you for all of your well wishes, I was truly touched by your amazing comments.  Big hug!  Stay inspired!  Dawn xo

I have been seeing the deep side part on a lot of models in mags., so I decided to try it.  With a little hairspray it stayed pretty good.  I would probably get tired of pushing my hair off to the side out of my eye after a while.


17 comments:

LoriLynn said...

What a gorgeous outfit and I looove your indoor photos! And seriously, can you please come do my hair for me LOL...yours always looks beyond incredible! Xo Lori

Asher said...

You look fabulous & I L O V E this outfit!!

Salvaged Strawberry said...

Love those glasses. And I wish I had your hair! So pretty!

Gracey at Fashion for Giants said...

I can't believe those pants aren't vintage - they sure do look it. Great styling though - a nod to the vintage feel of the pants, but still modern.

two birds said...

Gorgeous, Dawn! All of it! I love the outfit, the hair, the 70s set. Inspired, as always!

Trish said...

I think you look AWESOME in that outfit. But really, your hair, I want it!

silvergirl said...

love those pants!!
brett

Debbi@SheAccessorizesWell said...

First, I like the deep side part. It looks lovely on you with your beautiful hair! The pants do look 70s. I think I had some similar and thought I was pretty hot stuff back then.
Are you styling your chest for each picture? If you are, wow, how cool. If not, still cool.

Thrifted Shift said...

I continue to be jealous of your beautiful hair!
--TS
http://thriftedshift.blogspot.com/

Shayla said...

Girl you are looking groovy!! I love this - you look so chic just to run errands! I need to step up my game especially if we're going to be shopping the same thrifts! Thanks for linking - I can always count on you!

Tinfoil Tiaras said...

Gorgeous Dawn- thos striped cords are perfect on you and your hair looks so pretty pushed off to the side!

Mongs said...

You just never fail to make me laugh with your cute sense of humor. And your latest (*) (*) thing...now who on earth thought of that, it's hilarious! And back to your outfit, of course another fabulous outfit, this time with a pretty backdrop. I love that 70's set. You are so talented.

mongs
mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

pastcaring said...

Fabulous outfit, love the little waistcoat. And your hair always looks ultra glamorous... I'm a little jealous! xxx

Hannah said...

cute photos, i love this side table!


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xx

Teddi said...

the side part, the 70's, all of it stays stylish sophisticated & true to dawn you! rock on pretty thing.

Jessie said...

Love love love this! You look amazing.. and i am so obsessed with your beautiful hair!! I hope everything is going well.... I look forward to reading your blog every week!

XX
Jessie
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Kim (A Very Sweet Blog) said...

Love your leather vest and stripey pants. SO cool!
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