I AM SO EXCITED TO INFORM YOU THAT THE BEST JUMPSUIT OF LIFE CAN ACTUALLY BE YOURS.
I love supporting local boutiques, and we have the cutest one Stitch and Feather right by me. Seriously check it out. They have started an online store so I have been so excited because you guys can actually shop some of the stuff that I wear from there. But this jumpsuit wasn’t available online. And since so many of you asked about it when I posted in my stories, I was so sad. I’m here to tell you though, on this lovely Friday, that you too can have the jumpsuit of your dreams. I was browsing Forever 21 aimlessly putting stuff in my cart (you know that you wait 24 hours to buy and realize you don’t actually even need 😛 ) when I found a jumpsuit that looked identical to this one. Guys. So excited. And currently all sizes are in stock. So run. OH. And I also found it here in a different color, and it might be on its way to my house.
If you’re here through Instagram, it might be because I mentioned an identity crisis. And I must first apologize because that might have been slight click bait. 😛 But in all not seriousness, I am having a slight identity crisis over my Instagram feed. I know I know. Super not serious. Millennial problems. (Why yes as a matter of fact, I did double check the dates on what makes one of the millennial generation, and don’t worry, I qualify.) ANYWAYS. Figuring out my Instagram feed “style” feels like a never ending process. There are just SO many cool things you can do to a photo, and I LOVE the process of editing and seeing how I can take a regular old photo and turn it in to something so artistic! I have a few feeds that I absolutely love and am drawn to over and over again but then I don’t want to just copy exactly what they do. But in the last few months I have been working to change things up a little and experiment with my edits, and lately I have been loving adding warm tones to my photos. I was up until 1am last night just messing with all of the settings on my Lightroom and testing out new things I learned.
So all that to say, these photos have my new edit I’m trying out on them. I love it! And I hope you do too. I was inspired by some of what Jaci Marie does with her photos. But I made it my own and added my usual VSCO filter! I love how crisp and fresh it looks. And now my roots of my hair don’t look so dark. 😛 They always went so dark with my last edit which I didn’t care that much but they definitely are more true to color now. I love how creative editing is. And I can’t promise I won’t have another identity crisis and change things up again but for now, you can follow along on Instagram as I introduce my new edit to my feed! And let me know what you think!
Cheers to more great jumpsuits and less identity crisis (Pronounced cry-seez. Yet more proof that the English language and creating plurals of words has no pattern. )
Photos by MODA
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