I take the quizzes and I always get Marianne Dashwood! but I am partial to Elizabeth Bennett =)
Ive just been discovering great vintage stores here myself *I am trying to get away from forever 21 and h&m..
but my favorites have to be
The poor little rich girl
The Closet (great consignment shop with AWESOME designer labels)
and Raspberry Beret
Yes! I actually am not too sure if that is the "correct" terminology for it but you are right, the top part of the boot is slanted (gives a nice little shape to the legs) I did know this until I tried it and I really noticed a difference. A lot of boots these days have that style, its becoming popular
hope that helped! and thank you so much =)
Suffolk University is great for advertising and communication. Every person that I know that have been there have never complained about any of the programs or majors, really good and popular school.
Mass Art is a cool state school, great for any art majors, graphic design is very popular in this school and they have great programs for it as well. New England Art Institute is one of the bigger art schools and they also offer graphic design, though they are a lot more expensive than Mass Art.
Emerson College is also another "artsy" school which is right in the theatre district of boston. They also have a great communication arts program. Whats great about this school is you can take communication as a major and something different like dance for a minor (really popular for that)
Shorter girls have a great advantage (they can wear any heel height they want!) but when it comes to maxi dresses or gowns you have to be very careful. Prints of any kind are hard, but if you stick to micro prints it creates a nice illusion of length, other than that solid colors are the perfect solution. Also stay away from anything cropped (jackets, cardigans..etc) it cuts a part of your body and makes you appear even shorter. I found that wearing a v neck on any piece can elongate a body really well (works well on maxi dresses as well), I wear it all the time. Another trick I found to be helpful is the whole belting thing, I always wanted to belt my waist but it totally cuts my body and makes me appear so stumpy, if you were to use a belt on anything put it right on the empire like or on the hips, stay away from the waist, you want to make sure the waist is always elongated.
Layering is something I have just gotten to do recently, it really is a hard thing! Personally I love the whole idea of putting on a blazer on top of a dress or sweater and jeans and then wear your jacket when you go outside. It seems like a lot of layers but a simple blazer can do so much paired with a jacket when its so cold outside. This will sound so old school but wearing a slip under a lot of your clothes works wonders, and if you do not like slips wear camisoles!
I get really self conscious about my body, there are days when I think my body is too curvy and my legs are just too thick..that is where Im the least happiest..Im always thinking about losing weight
but im most happy of my eyes and boobs (haha)
Go big or go home
that would be the happiest day of my life..
I would want this
that def exceeded 750..haha thats ok.