Cue dramatic lighting! Haha. I took these pictures pretty late in the day compared to when I normally shoot, and the light was all slanty and golden. Yes, I know – that’s why photographers call it the golden hour. I’ve just usually got something else on my plate at that time of day (literally or figuratively). Anyway, I like how they turned out. And I like this outfit. The cami is one of my favorites, and the skirt is so soft. Love them.
This outfit almost didn’t happen, because when I put the skirt on (on Monday) I noticed that a grease spot from cooking hadn’t come out in the wash. So I took to the Google, and learned a handy tip: dish soap + grease spot on clothing = gone! Seriously. So simple, yet I probably wouldn’t have thought of it. Just rub some dish soap in/around the stain, rinse, and then put in the washer like normal. Ta-da! I actually wore this same outfit but with a grey skirt on Monday since the green one was being de-greased. What? Like you don’t do that.
Yesterday was coding frenzy for a client followed by a much-needed happy hour. I got to meet up with Kelly and Melissa for the first time, and tried a prickly pear margarita for the first time. Both experiences were a plus. 🙂 And when I got home, I found out that Ian doesn’t have to do late shift the rest of the week – he’s back to normal today! Which means date night is on for tonight, woohoo!
What’s your favorite time to shoot photos? Any oh-so-obvious-but-not stain removing tricks?
Colors: Navy, Olive, White and Brass
Skirt: Old Navy
Shoes: Blowfish Shoes
Necklace: Clyde’s Rebirth
Rings: one from a now-closed Etsy, one from a ren faire
Linking up with The Pleated Poppy, Kiwi Women’s Style, Style Elixir, Because Shanna Said So, Lena B Actually, and Two Thirty-Five Designs.
It’s a simple outfit but so pretty. I really love the necklace from Clyde’s Rebirth; I remember their booth from the TxSC prom. These pictures turned out amazing. You look great.
Thank you! And yes, that’s when I picked up this necklace, at the TxSC prom – I saw it and immediately knew I had to get it. It’s one of my favorites now. 🙂
What a nice comfy outfit! Love the necklace too!
Thank you! 🙂
I would like to come on over and steal those shoes and your jewelry! What a cute easy outfit!
No, they’re mine! Haha. Thanks! 🙂
Cute and comfy outfit, I like your jewelry 🙂 thnx for sharing the tip on grease and clothes..dont we learn something new everyday?
Thank you! And you’re welcome – it was so useful for me (and such a ‘duh’ thing) I had to share. 🙂
One stain-removing trick I heard that was so obvious I had to facepalm is this: remove makeup stains from the collar of shirts using eye makeup remover. Just dab it over the stain and then wash as normal. Magic, and yet so obvious I can’t believe I didn’t think of it myself.
That’s how I felt about the dish soap and grease stain – so obvious, but I didn’t think of it. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
great outfit. I just learned the dish soap stain thing this week too!! Super handy!
Thanks! And yes, it is – I love little tricks like that.
what a great casual look, love the vest top!Thanks so much for linking up to Passion For Fashion, i hope to see you tomorrow! xx
Thank you! 🙂