Explanation of bizarre allusion below…

The occasion for this insanity? My last photoshoot with the amazing Alan Moss, for which the only completely new outfit I had to sport was a vintage 1980s Nicki Ferrari dress. Fortunately, a dirty great brick of an obsolete not-so-mobile phone I picked up at a car boot sale made for the perfect accessory…

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On the subject of accessories, it would be remiss of me not to add that the compact, the lipstick, and the lipstick holder were all presents from my mother-in-law, and in other family news, my folks have offered to help with the costs of my permanent hair removal. Did I ever mention I have the coolest relatives?


8 thoughts on “I LOVE MY BRICK!

  1. Way to make an appearance! We had talked here about doing a dress up and taking each others photos. I doubt we’d manage quite as professional a result.

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    • Dressing up is just so much fun anyway. ๐Ÿ˜€ I have had a lot of luck with getting a couple of really good photographers, but I’m sure I’d have happily flaunted my images here even if I’d been reduced to selfies-on-a-stick. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. The dress is beautiful and really I wouldn’t have known it was “vintage”. Is 1980 really vintage already?! Dang, I’m getting old. I still wear a dress that my grandma had fixed for me (it was hers). It’s probably from 1940 or 1950. I think I have a picture and maybe I’ll check around for that and send it to you.
    I was looking for your pink handbag *smiling*
    Incredibly beautiful photo shoot and it must be so much fun.

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    • You are right. The handbag should have been there… and the 1980s is way too recent to be vintage. Be that as it may, that dress came from an antique shop. Since I was born just before the 1980s, I suppose I myself am now vintage.

      Sobering reflection… but it was indeed a fun shoot. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thank you for the kind appreciation.


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