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When you post yourself, it forces people to be posititve, in a way. I think for an objective look,knowing that is you cgets distracting!!
More often than not smiling people look a little bit stupid. A recruiting manager at Thai Airways once said: But short and tight jackets are tricky. The trousers have to be extremely well fitted otherwise the whole look is ruined and the jackets just look too small! Stop the affected poses, please. Love the colors in all three jackets; that would have been a hard decision to make.
But yeah as someone has commented, you should perhaps refrain from posting self portraits just because its difficult fro us to write honest posts about them. Love your bravery though, and your blog! Subscribe to the content of this blog, in the rss feed reader of your choice.
Do not use or reproduce without permission. Hosted by Powered by Site by Colorz. Wednesday, November 28, Pitti Prep — Short Suede Jacket if i am not smiling it is becasue I had just realized what I had gotten myself into — crap! Laguna Beach Trad November 28, at 8: I really like your style and it would be great inspiration.
Anonymous November 28, at ShugoP November 28, at CK Dexter Haven November 28, at Candid Cool November 28, at Is that you in the bottom photo, Sart? Scarf works very well with jacket. The Sartorialist November 28, at Emily November 28, at Laguna Beach Trad November 28, at Iheartfashion November 28, at Jack Daniel November 28, at Anonymous November 28, at 1: I do like how your contrasting neck wear compliments your jacket.
The colors on the current scarf are great though…you really know how to play up your eyes. On Your Left November 28, at 1: Madeline November 28, at 2: Asian Models Blogger November 28, at 2: November 28, at 2: Anonymous November 28, at 2: I like the look of the jacket in all three photos.
I love the scarf in the first picture and the color combination with the jacket. Hey, Sart, Has anyone ever told you that you have a resemblance to Lance Armstrong? Felicia November 28, at 3: Looking good and surly, Sart. Thank you for the beautiful photos! Thank you so much for your time and consideration. Rob November 28, at 3: Schmick November 28, at 3: Angie November 28, at 3: The Sartorialist November 28, at 3: Anonymous November 28, at 4: About man purses, I really like the way the man in the first photo wears his.
Anonymous November 28, at 5: November 28, at 5: Ciao bello see you in Milan…by the way nice Jacket the Doriani one. Self portraits are tricky, but well worth the effort! I hope you will post more in the future. I think you made a great choice with navy.
Bunmi November 28, at 6: Hey Sart, Long time no see self portrait. Anonymous November 28, at 6: You could be a Marlboro man! The sleeve pick… sexy. Shaneeza Aziz November 28, at 6: Anonymous November 28, at 7: You look nice, the only thing is that the jacket looks a bit small on you. Kat November 28, at 8: Beautiful scarf Sart, it looks great with your suede jacket. I am looking forward to your outfits and their inspiration!
Françoise November 28, at Anonymous November 29, at 1: Anonymous November 29, at 3: Anonymous November 29, at 6: Anonymous November 29, at Jonathan November 29, at Anonymous November 29, at 9: Anonymous November 30, at 9: Anonymous December 2, at Cristina December 2, at Agreed- I would love to see more self-portraits.
A smiling one next time! Anonymous December 2, at 3: Rollergirl December 15, at 9: Anonymous July 26, at 8: I love the creativity and all the different ways you can use picture cards! I had no idea!!! BTW, where did you get those lower case magnetic letters? I'm so glad you found me!
The magnetic alphabet letters and some of the other fun things like the alphabet stamps are here: Reading Must Have Classroom Tools.
I hope you love the short vowel packages you got! This resource is so amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. I included it in a list on my blog section.
Thanks for sharing in detail. Your blog is an inspiration! Apart of really useful tips, it's just really! This post will be effectively Just about everything looks good displayed. I love the Orange monster. I have been trying to find something similar for my classroom this year.
Where did you find it? If you don't mind sharing: I love your centers I used your ideas in my classroom last year and they were wonderful. I just found your store on TeachersPayTeachers. Fell in love with your work! You'll be seeing a lot of me now! I have this and will be buying more but I am interested to know how you store it all. Came across this on Pinterest and love it! As a reading specialist and reading tutor, I love any games and fun ways to let kids practice new skills.
This is an affiliate link I get commission for purchases through the link for my favorite rainbow drawers I always get asked about! I also have this for: Short A is usually the first phonics sound you teach in kindergarten and first grade so I figured it'd be a great sound to show you teaching ideas and resources for!
I constantly get asked, "What do you have for [insert phonics sound here]?? Not to worry if you're already done with short a - all of these ideas and activities you could do with other phonics sounds and most of the resources I share I also have for the other phonics sounds as well! This is a long post but it's filled with pictures and I promise if you read through it, you'll find great ideas and some awesome FREE stuff along the way too! I LOVE them because they can be used for so many different things!
There are 39 different cards for short a alone so it's lots of practice! My favorite thing is to use them as a pocket chart center. Put them in a pocket chart and have students build the words with the letter cards that are also included in the pack.
Students just grab a word card and build it with the letter cards. The vowels come in red like this or in black.
If you want to make the center a little more challenging, you can easily just snip the words off the bottom to make them picture-only cards for students to figure out how to spell. For that activity, I'd put only the letters they need in the center so it's self-checking!
Then I found these cute little monster buckets for only a dollar each that I put the pocket chart center materials in! Or you can have them sort horizontally Posted by Miss Giraffe at 5: Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Molly Fry September 28, at 8: Miss Giraffe October 1, at 1: Marcy September 29, at 5: Elizabeth Samuels October 3, at 8: Miss Giraffe October 3, at 9: Unknown October 7, at Miss Giraffe November 23, at Haley O'Connor October 11, at 3: Tiffany October 27, at 3: Colleen October 29, at 4: Miss Giraffe February 13, at Leslie atKindergartenWorks December 20, at Holly Baker February 13, at
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