Outfit same as previous post, but with The SAK maroon clutch - thrifted, free.
Also I was wearing those shoes earlier in the day but they are brand new and are taking awhile to break in! They are Marc Jacobs maryjane’s and I thrifted them at Goodwill for $4.00.
Everyone should go ahead and check out the Tweet My Bag Contest by Tweet My Style & Rebecca Minkoff going on right now. I love Rebecca’s style, and right now all you have to do is upload a photo of yourself with any bag you are carrying now and you will not only receive a discount, but you will also be entered to win a free handbag she is giving away each week!
Half Jacket - Thrifted, $6.00
White Scoopneck Tee - Walmart, $3.99
Black Cotton Skirt - Thrifted, $4.00
Hose - Walmart, $3.99
Black Booties - Thrifted, $4.00
Black Headband - Walmart, 2 for $5.00
Montana Agate + White Topaz Necklace - Gift from my mom
Ruby gold ring - Borrowed for photo from Miss Giget
Crazy wavy hair - Gift from my father
Guest Photographer was the lovely Giget Price, incredible woman, amazing mother and all around beautiful woman.
I used to hang out in graveyards a lot when I was in high school. I was one of those weird nerdy goth kids who didn’t really fit in anywhere. I had a pretty screwed up childhood to say the least, and though on the outside I seemed pretty normal, hanging out with all of my nerdy awkward absolutely wonderful friends and my boyfriend more than way too much. On the inside however, I had a lot of teen angst and a lot of that was worked out in the cemetary near my high school. I was never home once I got my license and when my friends or John were busy, I would be in the cemetary, just reading, doing my homework, spending time with my grandparent’s. I never really told anyone about it, because really, how weird does that sound? I didn’t exactly need any other reasons to seem awkward, thank you very much. It brought me so much peace, and they are still some of my favourite places to shoot. This particular cemetary is right near Valdosta State University hidden away on Ann Avenue. I love the Spanish moss canopies and the pecans and acorn shells scattered all over the sandy ground. So many beautiful places, so much peace. P.S. - Walmart can be a great place to shop for clothes. I had always had preconceived notions about the quality of the clothing, but you can really find some great deals. I bought three of these scoopneck tees in different colours and they have lasted me a great while. I have often lived in places where even malls are not readily available and even Walmart can be used to your advantage. So go take a look next time you pick up some milk and shampoo.