If clothes grew on trees, I'd be one happy girl. If money grew on trees...I'd be even happier. However; in a world where the most exciting thing I see in my trees is ratty old leaves and birds that use my car as their own personal toilet, I'm forced to hustle for the green.
I currently hold two jobs. One as a production assistant at Detroit's top news station, and the other...a waitress.
I've been slinging food for money since I was 15, and although the job has its ups and downs, I'd have to say there's a lot of humor that comes in hand with it,too.
So lately I've been on quite the home decor kick. I find myself already collecting pieces of furniture, old dishes, frames, and ornate thrifted mirrors. I've always had a vision in my mind of how I'd like my future home to look. I'm a huge fan of bright bold walls, gaudy vanities, elaborate decorations like chandeliers and mirrors, and a great big closet. In case this doesn't sum it up enough, I'll let these pictures of some of my favorite home decor inspiration do the talking.
As some of you know, I have two sisters who are both amazing seamstresses. Shown here is one of their latest creations; the Strawberry Patch dress. Just in time for the summer, this little number is perfect for day/night time fun. It also makes me a little hungry. If you love it as much as I do, you can order your very own one-of-a-kind custom dress today on their Etsy page!
So I usually hate when things match. Nothing is worse than the pink dress with the pink shoes and the pink headband to go with the pink damn purse. However, this particular dress just so happened to be hanging right over these shoes and looked super fun. And really bright, too. This was my one exception.
Shoes-Charlotte Russe (beyond old)
Bag-Hand-me-down Chanel from my very stylish Grandma