|The motley crew|
Some extra tidbits to notice besides her tie-dyed rainbow t-shirt with added sequins and refashioned teal suede with satin lapel jacket, are the lady's shoes and jewelry.
|Elfin boots from e-bay|
|and necklace made from old earrings|
Snow not only arrived for the first time this season, but continued to accumulate as the ladies made their departure from the cafe. Thus, making the perfect photo op on the final day of Pao's yellow skirtness.
|Flashing the Yellow Skirt on a snowy street corner|
And finally, we find the lady at her doorstep, looking for keys...
|Dear Reader, do you see Vix's sign?!!|
|~ this too will pass ~|
Many thanks also goes to Bella of Citizen Rosebud for her ShoeShine - Glitterati call, Sacramento of Ms. Papelicos for her Share in Style - Chrismas edition, and Patti of Not Dead Yet Style for her Visible Monday gathering. All were timed perfectly for my Yellow Skirt adventure.
And now for (drum roll, puleeze) the infamous Trail Blazers of the Yellow Skirt with their one-of-a-kind photo stories (in order of appearance):
Sarah of Misfits Vintage – Australia
Helga of HELGA von TROLLOP – New Zealand
Edie Pop formerly of homesick blues – Italy (now defunct)
Tami Von Zalez of Thrift Shop Commando - California
Amber of Butane Anvil - Ontario, Canada
Shelley of Forest City Fashionista - Ontario, Canada
Megan of The Fashionable Bureaucrat - Ontario, Canada
Ariane of Style Sud-Est - Montreal, Canada
Tamera of The Menopausal Supermodel - Maryland, USA
Jean of Dross Into Gold - USA
Anne M. Bray of Spy Girl - California, USA
Margy of A Fool for Fabric - California, USA
Sheila of Ephemera - BC, Canada
Sue of A Colourful Canvas - BC, Canada
Pao of Project Minima - Chicago, USA
~ The Yellow Skirt now travels to Skye of Color me Brazen - Vermont, USA ~
I also want to give thanks to my True Love, Mom, the Sunrise, it's staff and residents, tiki the cat, the Sewing Rebels, Boba the hairdresser, the painting group, Santa Ken, Susan the painter, Stella's cafe, the motley crew (you know who you are), the Chronicler and most of all thanks to you, dear Reader. What? Is that the music cut-off cue already? whaaaaa............