Such a creative title, hmmmm? I’m starting to think my wit went on vacation and left the rest of me in this South Philadelphia brick oven. Alas, there are some wonderful things I’ve been cooking up in said brick oven.
HIYO! There’s that whip-smart writing style, peeking out through my sleep deprived haze.
I met Felicia recently and was instantly smitten at her zest, pep, zip, and rabid enthusiasm for all things culinary. Upon being introduced to them Felicia then became somewhat smitten with my pieces, and it was then that we decided she must wear a Diamond Tooth custom crafted fascinator to an upcoming wedding at which she would be a guest.
I met up with her this morning at the Reading Terminal Market and watched her order an assortment of baked goods from Termini Bros with the panache that comes from years of tasty experience.
I could hardly keep up with her, in fact she only slowed down to take her fascinator out of the box and give me the thumbs up. When she learned that I used the wing from a chicken which had belonged to a dear mutual friend of ours, the approval rating went up.
I need to get a shot of her wearing it; the wing curves around from the back of the head and hugs the side before gently peeking out just a wee bit around the front. I embellished it with hand curled ostrich feathers and vintage crystal-studded lace patches.
She strikes me as a woman of understated elegance so I wanted to keep it subdued and gentle. I threw in some pheasant feathers and a chain detail that can dangle from the comb and over her hair, and called it a day.
Hopefully the sun will catch the crystals and make her pretty head sparkle at the wedding. I hope you enjoy her, Felicia, as much as I enjoyed crafting her.