Monday, May 09, 2011

Always True to You in My Fashion

It was about halfway through the pre-show rigamarole that I suddenly realized what I was wearing.

I've been on the path for a while, but Friday night I truly became a drama teacher.

I also demonstrated my true bloggerness, since my first thought was that I needed to get a photo of my outfit to show you what I mean.  Five different kids were looking for me at that moment, though, so I have no photo evidence to show you.

Well, I do have this:
Asian Pose!

E.K. Hornbeck snagged me after the show to take a picture "Asian style!" in the dressing room.  But it hardly shows what I'm talking about, and I can't let such a momentous transition in my life go unnoticed.  So I drew you a picture of what I was wearing:

See what I mean?  I swear all I'm missing is one more flowing layer, and I actually had intended to grab a black and red silk scarf that morning.

Sigh.  I am a drama teacher, aren't I?

1 comment:

  1. Wow. Before I saw your beautiful illustration I thought "She must have been wearing something black and flowy. Probably multiple layers of black and flowy."

    Congratulations Ms. Drama Teacher. :) I'll try to mail you some even danglier earrings handmade out of that multi-colored metal stuff.