For this particular look featured in this post, I wore a Star Wars romper from Torrid with a R2-D2 purse from Hot Topic. My hat and sandals are thrifted from Clothes Mentor. I wore this for a day out with the mister, but where would you wear an outfit like this?
One of my favorite things about summer is all the fresh produce! I love to pick it. I love to eat it, and I love to support local farms! That is why I was super excited to visit the Youngstown Farmer's Market!
If you have ever done costuming...whether it is dance, cosplay, burlesque, or anything else, you absolutely need rhinestones! That is why I am super excited to share about the fabulous woman who owns DeVille Rhinestones for this installment of my women owned spotlight!
Pin up is fun and while it can be sensual, it is also whimsical. I forget that sometimes and do not focus on my smile. I notice that I have this problem in photos in general. I forget to smile. I am so focused on how I look that I forget to have fun too.
Not too long ago, the Mister and I got to check out Playhouse Square up in Cleveland to see the production of "The Humans." If you haven't done the theater as a date, it should go on your list, and I am going to tell you why and how to do it.
Modeling with cars is one of my favorite things about pin up modeling. Make sure if you do a shoot at a car show that you try to get permission first before posing and shooting. Also, do not touch someone's vehicle without permission. That is just a huge no no.
When creating a pin up look for you, think of ways to accentuate your curves. While I love flouncy swing dresses, this particular look allowed me to show off my body in a different light. Also, work with your comfort zone and level of expertise.