Rose Garden Redux: From Mama Love Maxi Dress to Beautiful Hi-Low Blouse

So I’ve been on this quest lately to actually finish all of my projects instead of just accumulating a giant closet full of “really good ideas”  I’ve been super busy with a lot of fun acting and styling work- but after finally finding the time to get rid of almost 20 bags of clothing (OMG!) … More Rose Garden Redux: From Mama Love Maxi Dress to Beautiful Hi-Low Blouse

Behind the Scenes: Creating Goodwill Wardrobe Magic on the Set of: Rite of Passage

  This past March I had the pleasure of creating the wardrobe for my dear friend- Ben Skipworth’s creation: “Rite of Passage.”  Ben is one of the most hardworking and talented folks I know, so I was really thrilled to be able to costume the characters for this project.  I’m also over the moon that … More Behind the Scenes: Creating Goodwill Wardrobe Magic on the Set of: Rite of Passage

Red Hot Red Carpet

Last Month- on a rainy Cinco De Mayo night- I had the pleasure of presenting the award for the best Hair and Makeup artist in the Indieville Awards show.  It was a great night  highlighting local independent artists in Nashville. I was also thrilled to see my friends band: The Neverhawks give a face melting … More Red Hot Red Carpet

Alabama Hitchcock

Two weeks ago I was driving down an unknown road somewhere in Alabama.  I was hungry- fresh off two days of hotel sleeping, early morning call times and commercial shooting.  The polka-dot shirt I was too in love with and too in a hurry to take off- had been worn on hot sets for two … More Alabama Hitchcock

DIY Fashion for Dummies (5 fast DIYs you can do with nothing more than scissors and safety pins)

Happy Friday faithful thrifters!  It’s been a whirlwind of a month (in the best possible way!) and today I had the pleasure of spending my last Friday of the month with the beautiful and wonderful Meryll Rose on Talk of the Town.  It was like sports meets fashion skills as we went over 5 super … More DIY Fashion for Dummies (5 fast DIYs you can do with nothing more than scissors and safety pins)

Thrifted Clothes and Million Dollar Homes with Meg Epstein of California South

I knew I liked Meg from the second I heard her voice.  I literally hadn’t even see her face- I was taking a class and she was outside  the door talking and I thought, “I like that voice, I could listen to that voice all day long…” She really does have the most pleasant voice- … More Thrifted Clothes and Million Dollar Homes with Meg Epstein of California South

Samantha Spektor

Originally posted on Elisabeth Donaldson:
Samatha Spektor was a character I created a few months back for one of my dress revamps on 365 Days of Thrift.  Ruth Chapa and I took her for a spin last week in front of the camera and it was such a unique shoot. As opposed to traditional “modeling”…

Thrifted Denim, LulaRoe Leggings and Art Film Adventures in Under Construction Churches…

I could make this a post about how a denim jacket is a total must have item and I searched Goodwill faithfully every time I went, to replace the one I  had lost- knowing I would eventually find this fashion essential… I could make this a post about how my friend gave me a giant … More Thrifted Denim, LulaRoe Leggings and Art Film Adventures in Under Construction Churches…