Today, I received this lovely little ModCloth dress (named Dancing in Manhattan) in the mail. It was great timing because I had just gotten out of the shower and didn't have an outfit ready. I used the name as an excuse to dance on the rooftop, with Bobby in tow. We may not be in Manhattan nor are we good dancers - but we're just over the bridge and we did our best!
It's too warm for even this light weight blazer but I didn't have much of a choice. I have this kind of gruesome, swollen lymph node and infection under my left arm and I figured I'd spare you the visual.
My dancing shoes. Which now that I think about it, probably aren't the best shoes for rooftop dancing. I'm surprised I didn't topple over the edge.
My makeup, which by chance kind of matched my dress. I already had one eye done when the mailman arrived.
Dancing in Manhattan Dress: ModCloth
Double breasted blazer: vintage
Bow Heels: Nine West
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Light
Benefit Benetint (cheeks)
MAC bare canvas paint on lids
MAC stars n rockets eyeshadow (purple)
MAC white pigment (middle of lids)
Urban Decay Oil Slick (outer/crease)
MAC freshwater (lower lash line)
MAC blacktrack fluidline
lipstick (I can't read the label anymore; it's worn off)
MAC dipdown fluidline (brows)
After a day of dancing, we're off to dinner. Did we do that backwards?