Today it took me nearly an hour to get dressed. Let me clarify...I don't mean an hour to get ready (hair, make up, etc). I mean an hour to actually get clothes on.
Why do you ask? (or do you care?)
Sigh. I was having issues! Normally the process of actually getting clothes on takes maybe ten or so minutes. Seriously! I usually know what I want and once I get dressed and take a look at what I envision in my head, I tweak slightly and I'm good. Onto hair and make up.
And I realized I had a some problems:
First, I need a haircut. I can't keep chucking it up in a topknot and wearing a scarf. And second, it's really hot. And sticky and humid, too. Not very conducive to wearing my vintage things.
When the hubby came upstairs, he giggled. Not only was I still in my underpants, but I also had something totally different on top than I had when he had gone downstairs earlier. Offering me the perspective that I usually need (which is why I love him), he first said forget about wearing that thingy (I had originally wanted to wear a gift from Vic and Lily). When I told him I wasn't trying to wear that any longer, he asked what my problem was. And here it was, I wanted to wear a vintage dress, but thought it was too hot. I was all in a tizzy trying to think of something different. To this he replied well, then just wear one!
Brilliant! He's quite helpful in his blunt and no nonsense way. So I picked this flowy yellow one. It was what I wanted to wear all along.
p.s. The big girl took these pictures after her ballet class. She's getting really good! Ballet examination day is tomorrow!
Outfit details: Saltwater sandals, Vintage dress from Flin Flon to Hong Kong (on Etsy) and clutch from Shop Thrift Revolution (on Instagram).