Top: Laura Ashley via Salvation Army
Tank:Old Navy via Ooops Outlet
Bracelets: Dollar Tree
Taking pics of my outfits has been a learning experience.I really get to see how things are look on film don't look the same in the mirror. Does that make sense? lol! I was comfortable and finally did my hair Monday so felt alot better.:)
So the movie...
I won't spoil it for you, cousins. T.Hall says my line name should have been "Spoiler Warning". Anyways...It was...Well, let me tell you a short spurts:
-I went to see it at the Spartan 16 and there was a girl in front of me that was buying 10 tickets for the 10:10pm show so I know tonight is going to packed and off the hook!!
-However the noon show was packed...full of women of course.
-I swear...I had to be one of the ONLY fashion fanatics in there because the scene with wedding dresses made me clutch my chest and when I saw my play-uncle Andre Leon Talley, I squealed! Then again I was in the 'Burg.
-Ah, It was the best predictable movie ever. Every step you know is going to happen even the end. And what ever happen to the rumor I heard on "Best Week Ever" that Mr. Big dies? They so stupid. If think you know what's going to happen, its going to happen.
-My girl J-Hud AKA Jennifer Hudson was super. It was a well-played, honest, genuinely cute character that gave the Carrie story line some formation. It was great contribution to the movie. I would have loved to see her character develop. You'll hear her song at the end of the movie. But, I hated the her makeup, dark eyes and dark lips, and loved the whole Bag, Borrow, And Steal bit!
-Of course, its a girls night out movie. I went alone after asking my Gay BFF who had to work( he promised to go with me next week...:)) and planning a day trip to Columbia to see it with my troops but my babysitting plans fell through. But trust, I'll go to see it again with anyone who wants to go.:)
Enjoy it and holla at ya girl!!!