15
Jul
08

Orange Hullaballoo


I wore this outfit when it got cold when I still lived where I lived before.  Mom had a lot to do with it..the tone on tone orangewith the tunic layered over the long sleeved shirt.  Unfortunately, I can’t wear that shirt as a dress anymore, it shrunk.  Which unfortunately may have happened to my alt. apparel tunic dress as well…I hope not.  Anyway.

neither is that great a picture, but oh well.  Everything came from target except for the boots, which are Blowfish Hobbit boots (blowfishshoe.com).  The necklace is made of ametrines (amethyst/citrine).  My mom made it.  Because she rocks and all that jazz.

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