Saturday, February 6, 2010

Another thing about me!

I don't know why this is, but there are so many styles and fashions out that I absolutely LOVE and adore, but for some reason half of them I would never wear or feel that I could pull them off! There are some things out there that are just so bright and bold and that scream BRANDI! but when it comes right down to it I just don't feel comfortable wearing them! Maybe it is because I like too many styles, because I also love a less bright and bold look like the anthropology and a more classic look. But things even like my ruffle scarf just make me feel weird! I LOVE that scarf but if I wear it I feel like I am saying look at me look at me!! And you know those boutique jeans with the white stitching, I broke down and bought a pair from my good friend but it took me a couple of weeks of wearing them before I stopped feeling too conspicuous! Weird huh! It could also be that I am a spit up queen and I have all kinds of different nasty things on me at all times of the day (thanks to three precious beings!) so maybe it is just the time of life that I am in, and that's why prefer my good old comfy tees and jeans!
Anyways, Last summer I fell in love with these fabric flower necklaces they have been on my to try list for sooooo long and tonight I finally got the courage up to just throw one together! (super easy!!!) But now I have this giant bright bold necklace that I will look at and I will love but that will probably just sit in my closet to be stared and and adored on it's own little hook! Why is that???? I feel like this thing is totally me, the bright colors the funkiness of it, but yet if I wore it I would feel so out of place! Matt has challenged me to wear it tomorrow so we will see what happens, and who knows maybe after a week or two of staring at it I will eventually have it glued to my chest, until then to the closet it goes!

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Blogger Cee said...

I am the same way! I love the look of these necklaces, but I'm not sure I could pull them off. You could always start with a smaller one and work your way up from there! It is certainly beautiful!

February 6, 2010 at 7:02 AM  
Blogger Bobbi said...

Oh Brandi!!! That is amazing, just amazing. I say wear it while you're young, you can totally pull of anything when you're a cute little young thing like you. Have you seen the zipper flowers? I'm doing a review and giveaway on them next Monday. You will definitely want to try them too. xoxoxo

February 6, 2010 at 7:05 AM  
Blogger kelly l said...

very impressive. i feel the same way about the bib necklaces. do you have an easy tutorial on how to throw those fabric flowers together?

February 6, 2010 at 7:24 AM  
Blogger Laci said...

Its so totally darling!! You are so great at everything you do! I can't wait to see you rock this! It will be darling! Hey- I have a huge order to fill of these for a store. I'll pay you to make some with me! We will have a flower making party! Maybe we could also make one to match the girls leopard skirts!

February 6, 2010 at 11:45 AM  
Blogger The Swanky Isis said...

You were being way too humble....that one in Mia's hair has nothin on this. You should have told me you posted it. I was doing my usual Rosie's check in and there it is. Do you know what you are going to wear it with? Glad Rosies is back in business!

February 9, 2010 at 6:26 PM  
Blogger The Swanky Isis said...

Oh wait...just remembered about the sentimental part of it...I think that makes it for me. : )

February 9, 2010 at 6:27 PM  
Blogger Rosies said...

Hi Kelly, I am not really sure how to tell you how to do these fabric flowers. I could try pics but it really is just playing with them until they look like what you want them to. But I cut a strip of fabric about an inch and half 2 inches wide and then you just twist and roll and hot glue the flower into place to whatever you think looks good. You have to be sure to hot glue down low so that the glue doesn't show on the top of the flower and the bigger the flower that you want the longer the strip of fabric that you use. It really is just playing with it and doing it! Good luck! let me know if I can help anyother way!

February 9, 2010 at 8:02 PM  

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