Monday, November 7, 2011

Tie-dye tourist

Inspired by Rice of the "Voodoo Cafe" blog and fellow artist Angelique Gillispie (who always looks cool) I have taken to experimenting with my wardrobe. Because most of it is thrift items, I feel free to chop, stitch and vary as much as I want. This was a ankle length dress that I cut apart and used the bottom to make the sides wider. I love the colors. I may not be tres chic, but I am having fun! Next photo session, I think I will incorporate socks as I am not sold on the flashing white ankles.

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Cindy Swanson said...

I envy you for your skill with needle and lovely to be able to change up the pieces you already have and make them something brand new!

I love that dress...the colors are gorgeous!

Cindy at Notes in the Key of Life

Debbi@SheAccessorizesWell said...

Must be from my hippie days, but I love tie dye. How cool that you refashioned it.
Fun outfit, thanks for sharing it via Visible Monday.

Patti said...

Love this! Like Debbi, I have a lot of Hippie in me. I am also in awe of your re-fashioning skills! Thanks for participating in Visible Monday : >

Meagan said...

That dress is gorgeous and I *love* your shoes!

Tammy said...

You rock on sister chick. I think that outfit is great. I too think socks would be good......but, what do I know.
thanks for stopping by my crazy blog. Hope to see you again!

CrimsonLeaves said...

You know I love your fashion sense, Paula. It is fun and colorful, much as you are!

Ofelia said...

Paula, I love you outfit it makes me think of a modern flower child!
I'm your new follower and I'm looking forward to read and learn more about your life and style.
P.S. Thanks for the link; there is a lot of very cool ladies that have already join in.

Paula K. Cravens said...

Ofelia, thanks for becoming a follower. Tammy, I enjoyed your blog. Sherry, I always value your comments.Meagan, I'm glad you like the shoes. My mind has totally been rebooted about shoes by Sally at "Alread Pretty" blog.