Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
There's no doubt that watching John Waters movies like Hairspray and Crybaby as a child imprinted some love of retro/vintage in my mind forever. I'm going to see him perform his one-man show at a film festival next week. I've seen it once before, and was able to meet him afterwards. It was seriously one of the best nights of my life! I was just in awe the whole night! I'm super excited about seeing him again!
Monday, March 21, 2011
There was a version of Forever Plaid on TV this weekend. Unfortunately I missed the first one, and the second one was on at 4am. I am a severe night owl, and am usually up that early (or late?), but this was one of the few occasions I wasn't going to be up that late because of work. Oh well.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
What Not to Wear has been one of my favorite shows since it's been on TV. Tonight, they made over a woman that dressed in head to toe vintage. At first all I could think was, "Oh no, don't do it!" but it ended pretty well, I thought. They actually let the woman keep a good chunk of her vintage wardrobe, and even used her own vintage clothing in some of the clothing examples for outfits she should look for. In the end, she still had some good vintage pieces, but they showed her how to pair them with modern clothing. They also had some of her vintage tailored so it would look as good as possible. I have no problem with people who want to wear head to toe vintage, a piece or two, or no vintage at all, but I personally think she looked much better after the makeover. I was really excited to see the end result. Did anyone see tonight's episode? What were your thoughts?
Monday, March 14, 2011
Harold and Maude is not actually a musical, BUT I feel like if it had different music, it would be a totally different movie. Maybe I'm way to into it, but I loooove this movie, and I looooove Cat Stevens. I think the two were made for each other.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
My sister and her friend stopped by my house on the way back from their Spring Break trip. We went to Exile, that store I mentioned that is closing. Everything was at least 50% off, and was a 10 dollar minimum for credit cards. After I found these gloves, I HAD to buy a couple more thing to reach that limit (and beyond). Poor me, right? I'm also going home for my spring break, so I'm sure that will mean more thrifting with my other sister. I can't wait!