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Tag Archives: charlottesville
Things have been hectic recently and I’m looking forward to next weekend, when my schedule is clear and I can read and doze and play my banjo. On Friday, a group of us headed out to Peter Chang’s (not to … Continue reading
Outfit Details: Top – thrifted via the Schoolhouse Thrift Shop; Skirt – Old Navy (old); Shoes – thrifted I’m emotionally exhausted over the disappearance of local student, Hannah Graham, and spent the week being snippy with people I love. I’m … Continue reading
Details: People Tree Dress, Mata Traders Earrings, Malia Designs Bag, Ruby Dust Vintage Loafers (Click the styleboard to be redirected to polyvore) I don’t have any lectures to attend, though I did go to a special talk given by one … Continue reading
downtown dinner by fracturedradiance featuring genuine leather handbags The weather’s gotten noticeably milder since the first of the month and it worries me. Last year’s winter started too early and ended too late, which left us with barely a spring … Continue reading
Outfit Details: Dress – thrifted / Boots – thrifted / Earrings – Ten Thousand Villages I found this dress in the Girls’ section at my new workplace. It’s weird that it fits me so well. I wore it to go … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, one of my coffee shop customers asked if I’d be willing to model in a just-for-fun collaborative fashion shoot on the rooftops of downtown Charlottesville. I said yes, of course. After a few hours of hair … Continue reading
I’ve been busy hanging out with my dear friend, Mary, who also happens to be an excellent model. Yesterday we headed over to a lovely nature area in Charlottesville to shoot the Platinum & Rust lookbook for my updated shop … Continue reading
This week has been inexplicably stressful. Maybe it was the weighty theological discussion that went on too long. The flea bites from petting a couple outdoor cats. The allergies. The people, ugh, people everywhere – asking questions, ranting, confused. But the funny … Continue reading
Today was hot, so-hot-you-can’t-breathe hot. But the evening light was beautiful, so I took my outfit photos then spent a few minutes photographing light through leaves, berries hidden on trees, and exuberant branches, heavy with new life. May has been … Continue reading