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Outfit of the Day 013-014

Rabbit Town Art

Rabbit Town ArtMarta Tesoro

Rabbit Town Art


Rabbit Town Art
Rabbit Town Art
Last of the outfits not last week but 2 weeks before.  A bit behind putting up all the outfits thus far as am currently finishing up number 25.  I wore my patterned outfit on March 28 and it was Double Denim Thursday on March 29 was the work theme where anyone from Studio Moshi can join in if they choose to. Double Denim day was very popular.  I am wearing my Grandma Funk jacket with an eyeball pattern.  I fell in love with it while walking in Melbourne Central.  I do love their clothes but it is pretty expensive and I try to keep clothing purchases to a minimum, given that I spend quite a lot on books and art materials.  That said, I do own a lot of those now so perhaps some nice new and cool clothing is worth buying.  Most of my clothes last for years.  I love patterned clothes, boots and funky and colorful styles. 

The Studio went out to lunch too on Double Denim Day.  It's good to have an opportunity to bond with colleagues and have a break from work.  Despite my photos, we do, do a lot of work at the studio.  We have deadlines every week and more than one too, more often than not.  My team has two this coming week alone and I check a couple of hundred scenes a week.

Outfit of the day with the girls, is fun and a great break from work.  Trying out different poses and I feel accountable and funnily enough, I've been gaining a lot of instagram followers on both my accounts since starting this project.  Pretty cool and it inspires me to continue.





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