Meet my nephew! He and my sister were in town for a visit, so we went to the Getty for a children’s concert in the garden to see his favorite musician, Elizabeth Mitchell. I kept it simple in an Erotokritos shift dress with a fun padded neckline and grey buttons and he sported a preppy Janie and Jack ensemble and oversized shades. What a cool kid!
While we were taking these photos, a guy pulled over and asked us if they were to advertise the new Fiat. No clue where that came from, because 1) I wasn’t standing next to my car and 2) the Fiat was covered in dirt and completely unacceptable looking.
When it is 118 degrees, it is VERY difficult to be motivated to go outside and take photos. Needless to say, Adam and I ventured out to the Red Rock Canyon area and made our best effort to do a mini photoshoot without passing out.
There are a few things that I keep in mind when I dress for air travel. To me they seem completely normal, when I tell other people, they think I’m nuts for thinking these things…
- Jersey knits are your best friend since they don’t wrinkle!
- Low heels or flats since you’ll be doing a lot of walking (obviously). And since I’m a bit wary of other people’s germs/plagues/cooties, I always wear shoes with socks for going through security (nothing like walking barefoot where everyone else has…)
- Hair pulled back, or a hat to cover it up since it tends to get static-y
- And of course, you’ll probably want a jacket in case the guy next to you likes the AC on full blast.