Monday, January 11, 2010

Jacie

Alas, my Sundays are no longer free. I’ve started rehearsals for The Drama Workshop’s production of Comic Potential. I’m playing the actoid (like an android), Jacie.


Sweater, Wet Seal. Turtleneck, Cherokee. Dress, Forever 21. Leggings, Danskin. Legwarmers, don’t remember. Boots, Diba. Necklace, Ren Faire. Headband, self-made.

We aren’t in costume yet, but I can’t wait for my nurse uniform. How fun will that be?

18 comments:

Harriet said...

I wish we had forever 21 here in the UK, I see lots of blog posts with people wearing nice dresses from there!

Sal said...

Love how the pattern in the dress and in your fascinator mirror each other.

Nina said...

Your outfit is soooo wonderful! I'm going to look through all your posts!

Sheila said...

Congratulations on the part! It sounds like fun.

I love that dress and the boots.

Lorena said...

Great pattern on that dress, love the colors....

Angie (youlookfab.com) said...

Adorable as ever, Kasmira. Love that pendant.

I see that your style is evolving - a little more bohemian and casual these days. Does that make sense or am I batty?

Slv0053 said...

This outfit i love...its great that leg warmers are back again i just need to find a pair that is neutral colored...and i love the boots...

Kasmira said...

Angie - I've posted more casual outfits lately. (I was out of the office on vacation for 2 weeks.)

And last December, when I tried all the styles in The Lucky Guide to Mastering Any Style, I found that the rocker and bohemian styles interested me most and resolved to add more of those elements to my wardrobe.

The Cheap Chick said...

I'm now longing for all my legwarms from high school... WHY did I get rid of them???? You look so cute and comfy and warm - warm being my most favorite thing in the wintery climes of MN :)

Break a leg! Wish I could see the show!

Julia said...

Great layering! That teal color looks fabulous on you!
xx

Marley said...

Do you source a lot of your costumes yourself? At the community theater I perform with, they don't have a lot in their wardrobe that fits me (5'9" fairly thin women don't abound there), so I'm left trying to find my own a lot. I'm Essie in You Can't Take It With You right now, so I'm having some rehearsal issues- I need to rehearse in skirts and dresses, since I'll be performing in them, and I need to get used to stretching and dancing onstage in them (without showing the nursing home crowd anything that'll give em heart attacks). ANY costuming ideas you have would be so appreciated- it's set in 1939, and the only costume I have set in stone is a leotard/tutu/toe shoe ensemble.

Comic Potential sounds great! That's one I've never heard of before- but it's a great concept!

Healthy and Homemade said...

This is one of my favorite outfits for you!!!! That sweater rocks, I love all the layering, it's just perfect =D

Poster Girl said...

Love how you make the fast fashion pieces look high end.

Aradia said...

Congrats on your new role!
I love the way you played with brown as your base color.
Love the headband too!

The Magpie's Daughter said...

I love the dress! Blue and brown look amazing together. :)

Wrap up warm. ;)

RETRO REVA said...

love the wraps! too cute!

La Historiadora de Moda said...

I really love the peacock headband with that dress! Enjoy the Sunday rehearsals!

Katie said...

I have been reading your blog for a couple of months now and find that I am takng more chances with my own wardrobe. This weekend while cleaning out my closet I found a pair of leg warmers from a 80's themed birthday bash 2 years ago. I decided Saturday was the perfect day to try out boots and leg warmers. Surprisingly, it was a success. I was warm and it look great. I think I will keep the leg warmers now!