Though I’ve been loving my body for a long time, I only recently took the dive into body con clothes. It’s been exhilarating and liberating. One thing I was not expecting was how pleasant the garments feel against my body. Here’s one of my recent body con outfits:
In my neighborhood there’s a new shop that offers photo booth pictures for $1.50. An irresistible deal for me. So here’s a photo booth detail shot:
I love photo booth pictures, and not just because they’re quaint. The history of photo booths is fascinating to me since they used to be a primary way to take self portraits, and one of the earliest and few “instant” photography methods before Polaroids. Here’s a neat article I found about it at panmodern.com: Behind the Curtain: A History of the Photobooth.
And here’s the shell ring I wore with the outfit, with bonus close up of my nails:
This summer is all about finally letting my repressed gothic leanings fly. Here’s a pic from the NOLOSE conference, taken by Asam Ahmad of It Gets Fatter.