so we sit in the garden and touch the grass with our hands







details: strapless pink floral dress (kensiegirl), brown sandals (payless), silver lone hopper rabbit necklace (swap with katrina, visit her etsy shop)

i've had this dress since freshman year of college, but it's still one of my favorites! too bad it's hard to find kensiegirl stuff around here though. they stopped carrying it at the dillard's in palmdale. :P

anyway, kelsi of dedicated follower of fashion needed an intern to help out with a photo shoot for her client, tminx, and chose me! i got to help out with the styling a bit, as well as the photoshoot itself. it was a lot of fun and i learned a lot.

tminx makes really cute, soft tees with vintage fashion-inspired prints!
check them out here.


i'll also be going to MAGIC (a fashion tradeshow in Las Vegas) with them in a couple of weeks, so i'm really excited! i went last year on a field trip, so it will be fun to experience it from within (and without essays and journals to worry about!). will anyone else be there? let me know, because it'd be fun to see you! :)

14 comments

Thera Joyce said...

Oh my goodness. That dress is stellar! I love it!

Ebony said...

You look gorgeous! I love when you find a piece of clothing you keep for years and it still rocks :)
Yay for helping style a photoshoot! Go you! When do we get to see it?
David id going to Las Vegas in a couple of weeks for a Bucks Week :DDD Oh I wish you two could meet - he could get a photo with you and I could pretend it was me. Haha. He doesnt get the whole online buddy thing though :p

Off to check out that shop now!
Love you E xx

Jen said...

Gorgeous! You have such beautiful hair!

Gracie said...

That dress is really sweet! The whole outfit is just lovely.

How fun that you got to help with a photo shoot. That would definitely be a wonderful experience!

I love soft tees so I will have to check it out.

P.S. My swap is open if you wanted to join :)

Indie.Tea said...

A tradeshow, how exciting! And you look gorgeous in your gorgeous dress...I love your hair.

erin :) said...
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erin :) said...

That dress looks great on you! :) Love it!

Thanks for visiting my blog and the compliments! And of course I don't mind! I use a Sony Cybershot 7.2 megapixels (ie. small, silver 4 year old digital cameria). xD I really want a cool SLR or fancy camera though! I feel like my Cybershot limits me sometimes. I edit them almost always. Thanks for asking! :) You have really great pics yourself! :D

Your blog is so bright and fun! I'm excited to be a new follower and I'm flattered that you are following mine. :)

Love,
Erin :)

dennicapearl said...

i ADORE the layout of your blog.

your style is inspiring. and you're so pretty!

(: im a new follower.
follow back! :D

- dennica pearl
http://eyesofapearl.blogspot.com

Sandy a la Mode said...

you look adorable as usual girl! and you go to help out with a photoshoot, that is AWESOME! i'd love to help out with one and learn all up prop styling and such!! so cool! have a great weekend erica!

Lynzy said...

That dress looks so adorable on you! Great summer colors :)

xo Lynzy
http://fromskirtstoskillets.blogspot.com

Nicole Leigh said...

so fun!
i'll be at magic as well!

thedemuremuse.com said...

i think it's awesome that you got to help out with styling a shoot!! Are you going to be posting photos (Were you allowed to take photos)?

i'm reallyreallyreally happy to see your lone hopper is getting a lot of love. hehe i'm so glad you like the necklace. <3

ok, as promised, here is my hacked up version of a light sangria:
- 1/3 bottle of shiraz (or any white) wine
(the Two-Buck Chuck wine at Trader Joe's works really well... and it's only $2.99!)
- 2L bottle of Sprite/7-Up (you'll only need a little over half of this bottle
- one of each: Lime, lemon, orange, grapefruit
- 1/4 to 1/3 cup of orange juice
- optional: 1/4 cup of brandy (I usually skip this, but feel free to add if you want more of a "kick")

Mix all of the liquids first. Cut the citrus fruits into either cubes or slices. I usually slice them and then peel off the skins. Throw the fruits into the liquid mix, stir well, and voila! you're done!

Let me know if you end up trying this out! I personally like lighter sangrias so feel free to play with the measurements a bit. I've accidentally added 3/4 of a bottle of wine before and it was waaay too strong, but still a nice summery fruit punch! haha

jamie-lee said...

Cute dress, and your hair looks perfect! x

http://pagesixxx.blogspot.com

nicoletta said...

You look lovely great dress it suits you. I just found your blog its great hun x