I post women's fashion and shopping ideas that I come across on my internet travels. Otherwise, I post things that suit my fancy - especially the Avengers, Tom Hiddleston, Matt Bomer, Lucy Liu, the Hunger Games, and adorable puppies and kitties. My new goal in life is to someday look as fabulous as Alicia Florrick on the Good Wife in my everyday life.

I used to answer vicarious shopping questions and other fashion questions - but those questions can now be submitted at my website at http://tcfkag.weebly.com .

 

Since I’m always being so judgemental of other people’s wedding dresses from Say Yes to the Dress on here - I thought I’d post a picture of my own dress with my identity hidden as best I can (if you recognize me…well…HAI - let me know - I have internet shopping and Avengers issues).  It was from the Monique Lhullier Bliss collection and I had the belt added.
There is also a veil.  Funny story about the veil, I originally planned no veil because I thought my feminist (old school) mother would disapprove.  For her wedding in the 70s she wore a wreath of flowers.  I figured I’d do a flower or just something else.  But then they put a elbow-length veil on me in the store and my Gloria Steinem loving mother teared up.  So we bought it.  Along with a bedazzled headband (I REFUSED to call it a tiara). The first words out of my mouth to the sales consultant was “I am not a princess.
Actually - fun fact - after I get this dress cleaned in the next few days, I’m donating it to an organization that gives dresses to military brides.  So that’ll be nice.

Since I’m always being so judgemental of other people’s wedding dresses from Say Yes to the Dress on here - I thought I’d post a picture of my own dress with my identity hidden as best I can (if you recognize me…well…HAI - let me know - I have internet shopping and Avengers issues).  It was from the Monique Lhullier Bliss collection and I had the belt added.

There is also a veil.  Funny story about the veil, I originally planned no veil because I thought my feminist (old school) mother would disapprove.  For her wedding in the 70s she wore a wreath of flowers.  I figured I’d do a flower or just something else.  But then they put a elbow-length veil on me in the store and my Gloria Steinem loving mother teared up.  So we bought it.  Along with a bedazzled headband (I REFUSED to call it a tiara). The first words out of my mouth to the sales consultant was “I am not a princess.

Actually - fun fact - after I get this dress cleaned in the next few days, I’m donating it to an organization that gives dresses to military brides.  So that’ll be nice.

  1. kumquatweekend said: Gorgeous! Lovely bouquet, too!
  2. hijabeng said: I love the bouquet so much.
  3. sweetestpiglet said: Your dress and flowers and shoes are lovely! (Just like you)
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