Fashion has been a huge part of my life that I’ve never quite been sure what to do with. I used to make celebrity outfit recreation videos on my flip video camera. After I got to about seventh grade, I just stopped documenting what I was wearing. I mostly practice photography now, but when it comes to getting pictures of myself taken…I just don’t do it.
To be honest I spend a lot of time and money (although I shop second hand 98% of the time) on clothes. And I’ve been telling myself, ok bitch, if you’re gonna do this, at least show the world (or a small percentage of it) what the heck you’re wearing. So here’s me going back to my Flip Video x Fashion roots and my never-ending endeavor to show people you can work with what you’ve got.
Dress: Bought at Buffalo Exchange in New York. Originally $337, purchased for $35.
Dress (nightgown): Purchased at Savers for around $7. Shoes are originally from Mudd, very 90’s 2000’s, bought at Savers for $8.
Dress (nightgown): Handmade 60’s or 70’s nightgown purchased at Rocket to Mars Vintage in Rhode Island I believe for around $20. Corset/ belt is from Buffalo Exchange.
T-Shirt: Purchased at Savers for $6. The bag (originally Juicy Couture) is from Savers as well. Shorts were purchased for around $3.
Dress: Originally from Express, purchased at Savers for $7. The bag is the Juicy Couture bag explained above.