It’s feminine week in the Aussie Curves Challenge, and I started out this week the same way that I start most mornings… staring blankly into my wardrobe hoping that inspiration will jump out at me. This week it did – it almost knocked me completely off my feet as I was digging around right in the back. You see, I have a collection of tshirts carefully packed away into a storage box way tucked in the back of my closet. I picked them up from all over – backpacking, concerts, tours, pub crawls, music festivals… While the smells (thank god) are long gone, just looking at them I am transported back and can hear the sounds and laughter, and remember an incredibly fun and carefree part of my life.
But I never wear them. They are boxy. Man-ish. Masculine. And then, I saw this post by Liv at Wait Until the Sunset. She solved the great puzzle of how to make a band tshirt feminine – a girly floral skirt! Genius!
As I began digging through my box of treasured memories, I got so excited about the thought of wearing them again. So many memories, so many wonderful places – I couldn’t possibly pick between them. I pulled out my Splendour In The Grass festival tee, and one I picked up my first time at Oktoberfest in Munich (I’ve been three times). Both of these tees mean so much to me – its lovely to have them out and about instead of locked up in the back of the closet. So instead of picking one over the other, I have done the look with both – and you can see how versatile this look is as I think it looks great with either shirt!
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