Brown is for Spring because I like brown. This outfit was for a sunny but cool day and I changed my shoes to flats before going out but I wanted to show off the new to me pair here. Being a higher heel these feel like formal shoes to me. Extra conditioner on my hair has it in slightly bettter control than the frizz-lumps of the photo below and here my bare legs are not too far off the ivory coloured tights in the second outfit. My ancestry is British and Icelandic. I am inclined to think I can see a bit of the Viking Woman in these photos. Must get myself a horn helmet.
Grey is for Spring because I said so. The day I wore this outfit it was cold, grey, windy and spitting. I couldn't go bare legged so I dug out the lightest coloured tights I own, which are an ivory colour that is not actually far from what my bare legs look like. Not too many people would think they were buying nude tights when they bought these! Frizzy lumpy hair is getting annoying.
I have hair that is a mixture of loose curls in some spots, waves in others and then spots that are straight or have one bend. I have not yet found the right product or technique to prevent it looking like a fuzzy mushroom when dried though I have scoured the internet and tried several things.
I am also quite undecided about my bangs/fringe. I suspect that I look better with one but I hate hair on my forehead. What to do?
Smiles are for Spring too. This is my dear friend, Meg who has a very lovely smile but can also be very fierce if she needs to be. She is also much prettier than I made her but she will forgive me.
Now I have three on my shelf of Hot Babes I like painting flowers but I like painting women even more. I have mentioned before that my process tends to involve a major stopping point and then a month or two of examining and tweaking so the babes on the shelf are just hanging out in case they want a tweak. They tell me what they really want is wine.
Linking up to Sheila's Shoe Shine with my new-to-me shoes.