Thrifted boys shirt, F21 sequin vest, Zara girl trousers, Circa Joan & David brogues, Vintage silk headband
What I wore this past weekend to visit the Beacon Art's Building for The Feminine Canvas exhibition. It was pretty good and I'm glad I went, it'll definitely help with research! That's practically my life lately, but I'm pretty happy that grad school prof's let you focus on your speciality no matter what class you're in. Later that day we went to a friend's birthday dinner that ended with a night of Dance Central 2! That game is amazing lolz. It makes me want to buy kinect and play to my hearts content. Bryan says it's a good idea to get one just because it's about the only exercise he can get me to do, if that counts as exercise at all hah. He's actually in the process of fixing the xbox as we speak (stupid red ring) and I think it's actually working.
I haven't had any petite tips in awhile, so here we go. These brogues are actually a size 4 1/2. Yeahp, I'm not even technically in women's sizes anymore with these shoes. I got them at Nordstrom Rack and they have higher end shoes, which tend to go a bit smaller (I am definitely thankful for this, I never realized how shoes could truly fit before!). So, if you have petite feet like me, make sure to stop by Nordstrom Rack for smaller sized shoes. I know it's annoying to go to retail stores and realizing they don't even CARRY any size smaller than a 6. There are also other smaller shoe sites that I have yet to try (mainly cause I'm trying to save monies). Here's a few I've found and seen reviews for: JGshoes, Pretty Small Shoes. Hope this helps!