Friday, September 16, 2011

Once a Texan, Always a Texan

I was born in Plano, Texas.
I moved away when I was five so I don't have many memories from my time there (except for beating my brother in a bicycle race), but I've never forgotten about big hair. The pictures below are just a peek into my big hair.

This skirt may look familiar to you since Laura posted in it a few weeks ago. She sent it to me in the mail, so I thought I should try it out. See her post here

Shirt: Ann Taylor Factory Store
Belt: PacSun
Skirt: Ann Taylor Factory Store
Shoes: Shoe Carnival
Necklace: JCPenney (old)
Bracelet: Gift

How do you like the way I styled it?


  1. It was on our street and we were on the sidewalk and my training wheels boxed you out and I made it to the finish line first :).

  2. Very classic. As always, you look better in my clothes than I do. Wow, Peter, I didn't know you read our blog! Awesome!

  3. I love the big hair! How long did it take you to style it like that?

  4. Sarah--I just part my hair on the opposite side which gives it more "lift" and then I bobby pin it right on the curve of my head. Sometimes I will flip my hair upside down and hairspray it first and then pin it.

    You could totally rock it :)

  5. Apparently you've forgotten about the time you tossed everything from your bedroom out the second story window....

  6. Katie -- this is as far as I've gotten so far. I love this blog. You and your sister are wonderful, beautiful, and cute!! :) And, this is my favorite outfit so far. I love the red shoes!