I woulda' done some fluffing on those wrinkles if I had known this would be in a post. My mama raised me right, after all.
The gray fabric against the white porcelain tub (by the floor) is giving me flash-backs. Not the good kind. (You ready for a story? Here goes....) In the beginning of the seventh grade I hit a growing spurt and all my jeans were suddenly way too short, resulting in the dreaded "high water" look. Twas not cute.
By the end of the year, things worked themselves out and I was sportin' appropriate-length attire with only the coolest Timberland's, and all was forgotten. Until, my friends, the yearbook came out and yours truly was featured in a full-page photo, sitting down (you might know this is the very worst position for high-water offenders) with a clearly focused shot of at least 5-inches of leeeeg between my keds and jeans.
|Photo via The Fashion Records|
So there you have it: high wrinkles and high waters. But also high ruffles. That's where we are this Friday.
Strange side note: The curtain is a standard size, so I think there's something about the ruffles that makes the length seem short.
In other bathroom news, I really will post pics of the chandelier soon. I planned to do it earlier this week but I just adjusted the position of the arms and want to re-take the photos this weekend.
Any high-water flashbacks going on out there?
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