|Pretty turbans, all in a row.|
Nicole showed up in a killer teal onesie, and when she stood behind the table she instantly gave the HeyAllday Handmade line extra fashion cred. It is important to note, however, that about 20 minutes after this photo was taken, Nicole found ANOTHER onesie at the vintage booth behind us. Picture it: All denim, top to bottom, tank top styling, orange leather detailing, full length flared pants. When she eventually borrowed a gigantic Tommy Bahama straw hat, I told her that she looked like an actual nacho. Like, she was a delicious tortilla chip, topped with cheese. It was crazy. So, Nicole is officially the one person I know who can show up in one killer onesie and leave in another. This is quite a talent!
I kept it simple with my white flouncy tank, but it was so freaking hot in the sun that I did need to put my hair up in one of the turbans. And guess who owns that turban now? Me. You sweat profusely in it, you own it. Know what I mean?
plant potatoes a few weeks back? And I advised you to just keep filling up your container with a few inches of dirt when you see the tubers coming up through the soil? And then I told you to stop when the container is three-quarters full and let the plant grow? Well, I screwed up. I accidentally let the plant grow too early. Oopsies! In my defense, we were out of soil, and when you don't have a car, running out to get soil involves things like a laundry cart, and a person with muscles. So, in the photo above, this is what the potato plant looked like last weekend.
Speaking of great experiments, I also just gave myself highlights. No, really! Just like half an hour ago. I got some hair dye like a shade lighter than my hair, and I applied it in streaks here and there with a toothbrush. I would tell you how it went, but it's still wet. So who knows? Anyway, it's been a very DIY weekend, with everything from turbans to potatoes to "Natural Instincts" hair dye. This seems to be a theme in my life: glamour meets experimental meets ridiculous. With extra potatoes.