It's been a while since I've posted. I've been kind of busy, but don't worry, I haven't forgotten about the blog. Not that anyone cares (at the moment), but I'm keeping my hopes up that someday, I'll at least have a few readers. Everybody with a blog had to start somewhere. So, the other day I went to my first fashion show! (Well, first real one. We're not counting the free ones that are in the middle of the mall). But of course, there would never be a fashion show in my town. So, off to the city I go (with my Dad). It was a fancy dinner/fashion show to raise money for the Ronald McDonald house. The Ronald McDonald house is like a home away from home for families who need to stay close to the hospital, if their child is in the hospital because of cancer or other life-threatening illnesses. In the house, families can prepare their own meals in the kitchen, sleep in big family bedrooms, chill out in the family room, and use the home van to get place to place. So, the fashion show might not have been high-fashion, but it was so worth it. It was for a great cause, the food was amazing, and I even got to go to snap some pictures in the fashion photographer's section. WOWZA. There were fashions from The Gap, Ricki's, la Vie en Rose, and others. And... fashion photographer, Tony Nardella, was there. He had a little place set up in the corner of the room, with a photo backdrop, and his fancy shmancy cameras and lights and whatnot. You could get your picture taken for only two bucks (!), and then he would edit it to look like a magazine cover. Mine:
Dress: The Gap
Cardigan: Garage Clothing
Wedges: American Eagle for Payless
Yes, I am jumping. Did you know that when you jump in wedges, it makes a big noise, and people stare at you? True story. I'm sorry if this picture doesn't meet your bajillion megapixel standards (or whatever your geekish standards are). In other words, it's blurry. But... visit Tony Nardella's website. Click HERE.
Now, leave me to go eat my tangerine Fun Dip. You do know what Fun Dip is, right?