April 26, 2009

A Cup of Tea

Sorry for being a tad MIA recently. I haven't really worn real clothes considering I've had school and such, but that's all going to change soon! Next week is my LAST WEEK OF CLASSES! At my school seniors end classes early to begin a "senior project." This basically gives seniors an opportunity to do something they wouldn't otherwise be able to do, and it keeps us from slacking off too much. I'll be at school for two more weeks to finish up my AP classes, but I will no longer need to wear my little uniform. 

dress: target, belt: h&m, shoes: payless, lipstick: popster by mac hello kitty collection

Today is one of the first Senior celebrations - a mother daughter tea. Sadly my mom can't make it because she is having a show in her studio where people can come and check out her art, but I'm going with as an adopted daughter to one of my friends mom's. I'd hate to miss out on celebrating my impending graduation with the rest of the girls in my grade. Plus I get to dress super preppy and girly!

14 comments:

Twobreadsplease said...

I love your dress, so lovely and ladylike.

Cari (isnotfashion) said...

cute dress! In response to your comment- the words "prom dress" scare me so I would go with another cocktail attire dress :)

The Socialite said...

That sounds like fun! :) Love the outfit. Target never disappointments me!

The Clothes Horse said...

Very preppy and sweet. Mother daughter tea sounds like a great tradition.

Hanako66 said...

I love this dress...so adorable!

F Blog said...

Well aren't you looking lovelyyyy!!
Have fun at the tea party!
x

Dooder City said...

you look so beautiful.
i love your outfit. i hope the mother daughter tea was fun!

Ike said...

awww! you're school has some lovely traditions!
I still have like 31 days until graduation :(

yiqin; said...

It is so perfect on you :)

Couture Carrie said...

Such a sweet look! Congrats on your last week of classes!

xoxox,
CC

dapper kid said...

That dress is so wonderfully cute dear :) And Mother/Daughter tea sounds lovely! Glad you still get to go, even if you're mother is busy. Annnd yay for end of classes :)

Laroux said...

I love the subtle fifties feel of this dress, so appropriate for an afternoon tea! I wish my school had such fabulously sweet graduation celebrations ... we have burger cook up ... not so quaint.

x

Emz said...

That's such a pretty dress! I'm glad you can go to the mother daughter tea. That's sound so much fun! We didn't really have any...

j e j e said...

nice :)