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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Spreading the love: Polly of My Little Polly


Hi Sweethearts!

Today it is my pleasure to spread the love for the sweet Polly of My Little Polly!
I love her style!


Thanks for taking part Polly!
<3


Here we go:

Could you share with us your thoughts on fashion vs fatshion?

Well, I am not aware of what that word means.. I am assuming it has to do with bigger women and fashion.. I hate the fact that a word has been coined. Everyone can participate in fashion no matter how they appear. Equal opportunity for all!



What is your philosophy with regard to fashion?

In regard to fashion my philosophy is don't pay over 40 dollars for a piece of your outfit: I am a living example. I think it interests many people that I get many of my clothes at Goodwill and Salvation Army for less than three dollars each! It makes it fun and interesting to create new outfits out of other people's tossed out junk! :) Besides, I grew up exploring my Grandma Kutch's antique store (Plain Jane's Antiques in Taylorville, IL) so I like antique ANYTHING and find the story behind it interesting and enthralling.



I would love for you to share three of your fave looks.

(1) the dress in the first photo was 5 dollars from the Univesity of Illinois Costume and Props sale (I am a costume design major) and the shoes were 3 dollars from goodwill. The earrings were a gift from my cousin. They are clip ons and vintage. The second picture goes with the first.


(2) the third photo is a ModCloth dress with a vintage Lisa's Antique Mall Umbrella. The shoes are from Goodwill ($3). The necklace was a gift from an antique store.
 
(3) the third photo's dress is from the 1950's and I hemmed it myself. The necklace is from my Great Great Grandma Frisina and the shoes are vintage vegan from ebay ($25). The tights are Salvation Army (.99) and the heir feather is from an independent artist (Her Majesty's Creations)


How does blogging impact your life?

Blogging takes up a lot of time. I think it's beneficial to myself and also, I enjoy making the friends I have made on Blogspot. I am really making some connections and having fun at the same time! I love hearing what other people have to say about my photos.


Do you have a message for all the fashionloving ladies out there, whatever their size?

No matter what your size, there is no such thing as an unattractive woman... only a woman who doesn't know how to attract. Self confidence is key no matter what your size. Keep your head up and stay confident and you will dazzle crowds!





To read my motivation for starting this series and to enjoy more features go to the Spreading the love-page.

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5 Comments:

At September 7, 2010 at 7:22 PM , Blogger Anything but Bland said...

:) :) :) I will link this to my site!

 
At September 7, 2010 at 8:19 PM , Blogger Tanvi said...

How sweet is she! Loving her and also the interview! Thanks again Anika :)

 
At September 8, 2010 at 1:57 PM , Blogger jen said...

another great interview! i loved it and her style is so fun!

thanks!

 
At September 9, 2010 at 1:09 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

She's adorable, I love her style..!

I don't want to sound like a whiner or a wet blanket... But I'm not really loving these Spreading the Love entries with smaller straight sized women.... They all have great style and are cute and pretty, but it's not really something that interests me...

Plus

"
Could you share with us your thoughts on fashion vs fatshion?

Well, I am not aware of what that word means.. I am assuming it has to do with bigger women and fashion.. I hate the fact that a word has been coined. Everyone can participate in fashion no matter how they appear. Equal opportunity for all!"

This is insulting, doesn't know what it means? hate it was coined? Fatshion was coined as a means of women owning their fat, and being fashionable about it. To hate that is to say that we should still be trying to conform to look the same as these girls... Pretty as they are, it's not me. and it wont be me.

 
At September 16, 2010 at 9:05 PM , Blogger Anything but Bland said...

I am sorry you feel that way. I wasn't trying to hurt anyone's feelings, and I can't help my size, just like everyone else. Don't discriminate against me because of the way I look... I don't do it to other people.

thanks!!

love, polly :)

 

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