Discussion in 'Funstuff and Inspiration' started by elisedance, Jul 12, 2007.
:kitty::kitty: methinks yous likes ze cats eh? :kitty::kitty:
Pro's Freed sneakers???
Yep, I reckon I do.
Blue-gray sleeveless slinky tunic, matching long skirt with slit up to knee, black strappy sandals, silver James Avery necklace.
Gray pants, black sleeveless drape-neck shell/shirt thingy. Usual jewelry (4 rings, watch, earrings), work badges.
dh's undershirt, dh's sweat pants, wedding ring
so, inmy reconing, without dh you would be totally, but totally neked
black slacks, black flats, ribbed black short sleved T; gold rod ear rings, chrome/gold bracelet, - and my 'top student' ballroom comp pin *
* its one of those pro/am 'dancesport series' pins awarded realistically not for best performance but for most money spent (enter 50 uncontested events and you win over somone who takes gold, gold star and scollarship). I know its just a dumb pin but its the only thing I have to sport my dancing interest at work - its finishished in gold and is actually passably nice!
A)YES, without dh I would be nekkid
B) best part about those pins is that they come with a discount for shoes
thanks. I had forgotten that! I wonder if I can find the coupon.....
groovy part too is that there is no limit to how many you can use per order....10% for each pair...I just ordered 3, but my doggone court shoes are on back order...panic
lol, another fine way in which I save dh money...in case he is lurking
as for what I am wearing...black jersey knit tennis skort, marigold colored adidas sport bra...thin white scoop...capezio jazz sneakers
pro and I have the same shoe size...we actually weigh the same as well...he doesn't like em so he gave em to me
Lessee, you pile it up in neat 1gigamillion stacks and get the old chain saw out... Must say, that IS a fine way...
so okay, spelling or proof-reading ain't my forte
black pants, black dance sneakers, light green short-sleeve top.
what's the style called when the bodice angles each way across the busom, secures just beneath, and is a regular T the rest of the way down? there must be a fashion name for that... utterly clueless.
surplice wrap top?
yes, that seems to be it, and123! thanks. seems that label covers a range of designs, from all the way wrap-arounds, to a deep design, to the more shallow sort that i prefer. i love when it hits just below the busom.
actually, that's how i designed my showcase dress, with no sleeves & a gather at the top of the shoulder strap. and tight along the upper torso.
yep. my fave thing to wear, next to true deep-V wrap-around lightweight knit sweaters. which are so hard to find i'm gonna have to make myself an expert on sewing them.
a big clover leaf.. lol
oxymoron... those things are tiny!
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