How to wear a maxi dress like Angelia Jolie.
Well kind of.
More like how to pose like Angelina Jolie.
Don’t look too closely. There isn’t
much of a any resemblance other than the leg. And mine is much thicker than hers.
I obviously didn’t practise enough, a whole lot more leg should be showing.
My hair is blowing in the wind…that’s gotta count for something.
I pay big bucks for a squirrel to sit on the fence and wave a piece of cardboard to get that effect.
I picked up this dress at the famous warehouse sale. It is as comfortable as a toga. Remember toga parties?
I was dressed up to wear this to a birthday party but then changed at the last minute into my 1960’s orange gown as I wanted to really make a statement.
This maxi dress is a little big on me, but I don’t mind. I feel like I’m draped in liquid gold. The fabric is an amazing olive/gold iridescent colour that catches the light in the folds like the night waves catch the light of the moon.
I only wish the dress were an inch shorter, then I could wear it with flats. There is trim on the bottom so I won’t be able to take it up.
No worries. I think most Grecian Goddesses are carried atop four well oiled buff boy’s shoulders perched atop a soft purple velvet chaise lounge while eating vodka infused grapes and petting a fluffy pug.