Tuesday, March 2, 2010

My outfit for today

Hey everyone!

I thought I would share with you all what my outfit is for today as well as my inspired hair style from Molly's hairstyle in the movie Wives and Daughters. I love Molly's hairstyle because it is done with the same type of hair I have. Having natural curls I don't get a lot of inspiration from movies usually because most actresses don't have natural curls. So I love her style and I have done this type of style for about a year now as a style I can do when I have not washed my hair that day. I can just pin the curls on top of my head. :)
Ok mine is not as neat as when I wash my hair and then put it up. The curls work better with this style when the hair has been washed that day. I will be posting pictures later this week of this done in a less messy style. But I am not a hollywood actress and this was inspired by Molly's hair style. :)

Also today and yesterday I wore my favorite and one and only blue shirt that I own!!! I do own some ice blue shirts, but this is my one and only true blue shirt I own. I love the sequins, which remind me of Lord of the Rings elvish style clothing for some reason. I feel like a princess in this top from another era. The shirt is about 6 years old! Yes I bought this shirt when I was 12 or 13! I am 18 years now respectfully, but I still love this shirt, it will be in my wardrobe until it wears out. :)
The grey long sleeve layering shirt was free from a friend. :)

I also wore one of my favorite skirts. I made this skirt this past september before my sister and I headed out to England with Jennie Chancey on her England tour of London and Bath. It was a great versatile skirt for the trip. I also bought the polyester grey striped fabric on sale at Joann and love it. A great find in the red tag section. I used one of my favorite patterns from Folkwear. Its called the 1910 walking skirt pattern. It is on there website here . My sister, mother, and I adore this pattern! It works so well with modern tops, blouses, and sweaters. I have posted before about another skirt I made out of the same pattern, except using a charcoal grey hairing bown flannel fabric also from Joann on sale.
God bless and I will be posting pictures of this hair style again later this week.
Oh and just a side! I am dreaming about making this riding skirt soon! I want the pattern for my birthday, which is in april. I also would love to receive a pair of regency shoes as well. My sister and I will be doing a 1812 reenactment in June Lord willing. So I would love to have proper shoes to go with my outfit.Here is the website, it also has some colonail shoes my sister and I both are planning to purchase for a fall reenactment where we will be doing revoluntionary war. I am so excited abaout these new era's to reenact!!
In Christ,


Atlanta said...

Cute cute cute!

Miriam said...

I love your hair Rebecca! You look just like Molly, and she is very pretty!
Where's the Revolutionary reenactment going to take place? :D

Joy said...

You did such a good job copying Molly's hairstyle! :-) Very nice!

Thank you so much for your advice on my trouble with comments on my blog. :-)

God bless!

SinginginHisName said...

thank you ladies!

I did my hair totally on top of my head instead of lower down and it looks even better I think. Pictures coming tomorrow.

Ana we will be Lord willing doing it at the Fort McHenry here in VA. I am so excited!

Joy I am glad to be of some help!

God bless to you all.

Anonymous said...

You are a beautiful lady, Becca! I wish I could jump into your lovely house and give you a hug! (then maybe sing old musicals together =)
I'm glad that you are getting some good wear out of that shirt (I have to admit that I do miss it a bit - but I could only bring so much).

Much Love!

SinginginHisName said...

Hannah I miss you so much! *hugs*

I wish I could transport myself to China so we could sing together too! :)

Thank you for the shirt! I have been wearing it at least once or twice a week! It is well loved. Miss you so much girl! Praying for you!

Kristi McInerney said...

so pretty rebecca, from one curly head to the next! LOL

Kristi McInerney said...

so pretty rebecca, from one curly head to the next! LOL