So, I have this dress and it is beautiful and I feel like a princess (of the Disney variety) when I wear it but I also feel very much like a little girl. This is not something I am particularly fond of but I don't feel as though I am ready to get rid of it. I think this dress deserves one more chance from me. So, I come to you, dear blog readers, in hope of some suggestions. What can I do to make myself feel more like a woman and less like a little girl going to a birthday party when I wear this dress?
I was thinking of wearing different shoes. Maybe the ones I'm wearing here or even the ones in this photo. And I would most definitely wear my hair down and curled, like I usually do, now. But any suggestions would be very much appreciated. I'm reluctant to part with this dear dress as I bought it when I was in San Francisco in 2006, so it has a lot of good memories attached to it.
Whilst I’m asking questions, I’d also like some feedback. I’d like to know what you all like about my blog, what you might not like so much, what you’d like to see more of, etc.
Would you like to know more about my forays into swing dancing? Other things I like about the eras I love? I do post about movies, obviously, though never critically and I occasionally post about music, too. Would you like more about the music I like? My style icons? My vintage swoons? More about where I shop in Adelaide? Maybe to take a look at my vintage family photos?
Last time I asked something similar a few people suggested tutorials but I was kind of stuck as to what to do. There already seem to be tutorials for most of the styles I do (or, at least, similar) but if there is anything specific you’d like a tutorial on, I could give it a bash.
I think my problem is that I have so many ideas I don’t know where to start!
But here are a few post ideas I’m working on…it’d be great if you let me know what you’re most interested in:
The cost of vintage, with specific reference to Adelaide and etsy
What to wear when summer makes you feel lazy
A little ‘review’ of different stockings I’ve bought
Vegan friendly vintage inspired shoes
I also had a request to do a post showcasing my hats, which I'm more than happy to do, as well.
Forgive me if this is a lot to process but I’m kind of feeling as though I’ve come to a bit of a standstill and keep posting the same things over and over.
Thanks to anyone who took the time to read this and hopefully you can help me out. It’s very much appreciated.
Andi B. Goode