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Movie, Maxi Skirt and Updates

Maxi Skirt- I was inspired by Erica and Mimi. If you have been following this blog you know that I love skirts. I did not follow Mimi's tutorial; however I do recommend it for beginners. I plan to follow her tutorial for the maxi dress. More skirts on the way.

This is my version of the maxi skirt. It only took about 1-hour to sew maybe a little more. I bought the fabric at Jo-Anns two weeks ago. The fabric is cotton with maybe rayon. It feels like silk, its soft and has a nice drape.

















I love the color blocking trend, although I seemed to be gravitating to softer colors.



































Movie- Think Like A Man Act Like A Woman. This was a fun movie, In my opinion young single women should go see this movie. Here I am leaving the theater.



















Updates-
1. Migraines- I am feeling much better, no migraines. I cannot believe that it took 3-weeks to get a relief.

2. Bulging disc in my neck- I am doing much better, I have two more weeks of physical therapy and hopefully that will be the end of that.

3. Black jacket for the Donna Karan skirt- work in progress.

Comments

Rosie said…
I am very happy to hear that you are feeling much better! I love the soft colors on you and you look fantastic.
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