|my friend RL, former lead singer of R&B group "NEXT"|
|Colleague, friend & producer at NBC-11 Alive (Atlanta)|
|The shoe I was wearing, though in brown|
I haven't had a nil moment to post about my street, daily looks... Life is moving along in a great direction, leaving little time to even to stop and be photographed in detail. Unless of course it's a planned and work-related photo shoot.
Of course, that doesn't mean that when a camera man is around, I jump at getting a pic or two, especially if the outfit is cute.
I've been in and out of the music industry for about 7 years now and an opportunity to be back in the scene gets me giddy. I miss the days of touring overseas, singing on international stages, hopping on the bus and driving half a day to our next venue...
So when I got an invite to the premiere party for former group artists, now gone solo, I was all in it. However, I was attending a new apparel line launch a few hours prior and dressed for that occasion, not a swanky, somewhat B-list star studded music event. It worked out that I was dressed in part for the latter. Actually, after looking at the pics, I love how the lighting of the club venue went uber well with my ensemble! Surely, if it were the only event I were going to, I would have opted for something more evening appropriate, but I was comfy and that's all that mattered. Plus, my Minnie Mouse shirt just caused so attention and I felt like I was a brown version of Carrie Bradshaw (b/c we all do remember her Micky Mouse shirt!)
Sometimes, it's just about that [comfort] and nothing else. I wasn't even at the premiere long enough to see the artist... but that's how things go at these industry events. The artist always, always makes a fashionably late appearance!
Vintage blazer; Minni Mouse shirt from H & M; Cynthia Rowley skirt; L.A.M.B pumps; Swarovski arm candy and earrings from C.B. Herrera Jewelry; Vernier watch;