Thrifted silk top
American Apparel pleated linen short
Handmade clay bead art necklace
Kork Ease wedges
Vintage sisal tote from Reanimated Rags
Neil and I are back in Nashville after our Tybee Island trip and as great as it is to be home, I miss the beach already and that strange, feeling-small sensation of standing in the waves and letting them move you towards the shore. I miss my family even more. There's nothing like everyone being together in one place. I just developed my first roll with the Pentax, I'll share the photos tomorrow.
And I've been wearing these clay bead necklaces a lot, I know. For a person like me who's pretty anti-jewelry, it's nice to find something I love for once - the beads add a pop of color to the otherwise neutral, monochromatic outfits I've been wearing of late. The oversized silk top is a Goodwill find, I shortened the sleeves to give it a different sort of shape around the shoulders.
After selling most of the bead necklaces I made at Porter Flea last month, I finally shaped another batch that I will be adding to the online shop this weekend.. odd little colorful, marbled beads and large dotted marshmallow-like beads strung on thin leather cord that your weird art teacher from high school would be proud of (I hope). See you tomorrow!