Thought I'd throw a few photos up from some parties I attended recently. Consider this a kind of "what I wore" post.
Here's a shot from the International Interior Design Association's "Fashion + Fusion" show that I judged with Ignite Models' Allison Hempehpour (left), Project Runway's Christopher Straub (2nd from left) and MNfashion founder Anna Lee (right). Also pictured are Hollie Mae of HMStyling (middle) and Jessica Cunningham of Ignite Models (2nd from right). I wore a vintage cheetah-print blouse with leather leggings. Super comfy.
Next up is a shot from Pink Hobo's Halloween party. As you can see, I declined to dress up. It would've been the second night in a row, since this party was actually on Halloween (Sunday). I've discussed my feelings about Halloween before, so this should come as no surprise. While Tontie dressed as garbage, Scott dressed as a caveman and Kathleen dressed as Carmen Sandiego, I wore a vintage blouse and sweater with a skirt acquired at a clothing swap. My necklace is by Bionic Unicorn.
Here I am with Sarah White of Jagress Intimates (middle) and Meghan McAndrews of High Plains Thrifter at SCENEaSOTA a few weeks ago. I decided not to wear bottoms that night; there's just something about oversized sweaters and tights that make me feel cozy. Who needs pants? Meg and I had a lovely time clomping around the city in our clogs. Aren't hers adorable? I believe they're Jeffrey Campbells.
Last but not least, here's a shot from the MIA's Third Thursday fashion party, which I blogged about here. I'm standing next to the ever-stylish Molly Roark. I need to get beauty tips from that girl. Her makeup always looks flawless, just like it does in this photo. She's doing something right. My outfit that night consisted of a long vintage skirt (whaddya think — do I look matronly?), vintage belt and scarf, J.Crew tissue tee and my very versatile Bionic Unicorn necklace.