Belt, Talbots via thrift shop
I'm worried that you are all getting bored with these outfit photos, so I offer you a more interesting pose! Very natural, don't you think? It bothers me that the thermostat is visible--usually I try to stand right in front of it!
The weird thing about this skirt is that, despite its autumnal colors, I've always worn it in the dead of summer, but whenever I did, I'd think, "I should really be wearing this in the fall." Follow all that?
Anyway, this is another Burda 8090. I made this long before I ever started this blog, so this is its first appearance. The fabric is a cotton from JoAnn's with a bit of gold sparkle in it.
And here's my little red thrift shop belt again! Now that I'm on this belting kick, I need to find a few more. The thrift shop had a beautiful, brown, Italian, crocodile belt the other day but it was tiny. One thing I haven't yet figured out how to do is make a belt bigger!
Do you all know about the trick for keeping the end of your belt from flapping around? Thread a small, clear hair elastic onto the belt to serve as a second...what is that loop thing called? A bale?