Friday, June 19, 2015

Mini Capsule Wardrobe 2

For those of you who missed it, in my previous post I showed you my mini capsule wardrobe (which I did not sew-with-a-plan). Instead, I created six garments from three pieces of fabric,motivated by both a Harry Potter movie and the desire to use up all my scraps, rather than add to the already existing Mt. Everest of scraps.

This week, I managed to photograph me actually wearing 4 out of the 6 garments. The photos are far from fabulous. Just quick shots, in front of the pantry, before I headed out the door to work.

Woven Nani Iro Tee & Black linen wide-legged trousers
beads by Elk, shoes by EOS , ebony bangle a gift from Africa


Denim tencel skirt
top by Gorman, necklace by Holiday, sandals by Saltwater


Grainline Tank / BHL Polly Top
necklace by mb, sandals by Saltwater, leather cuff by Rooband

Hopefully, I'll manage to photograph the other two garments next week. I hope you all have a lovely weekend.

8 comments:

  1. Hey these outfits look great. I particularly like looks 1 and 3 and seeing the Polly inspired top reaffirms my love of the third top.

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  2. I always love the colors you pick! And that skirt is such a cool design.

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  3. You sure coordinate fabrics/colors perfectly...all of them look very nice on you!

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  4. (Shurangama Sutra and Mantra)(Kṣitigarbha)(Avalokiteśvara) (Mahāsthāmaprāpta)(Amita Buddhaya)(Bhaiṣajyaguru)
    The Twelve Vows of the Medicine Buddha upon attaining Enlightenment, according to the Medicine Buddha Sutra are:
    To illuminate countless realms with his radiance, enabling anyone to become a Buddha just like him.
    To awaken the minds of sentient beings through his light of lapis lazuli.
    To provide the sentient beings with whatever material needs they require.
    To correct heretical views and inspire beings toward the path of the Bodhisattva.
    To help beings follow the Moral Precepts, even if they failed before.
    To heal beings born with deformities, illness or other physical sufferings.
    To help relieve the destitute and the sick.
    To help women who wish to be reborn as men achieve their desired rebirth.
    To help heal mental afflictions and delusions.
    To help the oppressed be free from suffering.
    To relieve those who suffer from terrible hunger and thirst.
    To help clothe those who are destitute and suffering from cold and mosquitoes.

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