When laying in a window sill, it is important to remember to:
a) Wear heels. Especially if you’re short. It can be a big drop from the ledge.
b) Match those heels to a cardigan, ie. “Do not interrupt me. I am obviously intentionally cozy and have killer heels to protect that state”.
c) Bare some skin. Your legs could potentially get a trendy curtain-patterned tan.
No one can say nothing,
Which I guess means they’ll say something,
But I won’t be around.
I’ll be in my tree,
As any child would wanna be.
– “Living in a tree”, Priscilla Ahn
Hola, chiquita bonitas. Welcome to my bedhead. Speaking of hair, after an extraordinarily gruesome dye job (no names named) which caused major damage to my mane, going blonde as originally intended was completely ruled out. Alternative to blonde? Some not-so-harsh dark hair dye to compliment some hair rehabilitation.
Today I’m wearing: sparkly silver blazer from Forever 21 (a few years ago) over a translucent white cardigan that I left in brown fabric dye for roughly 7 minutes, stretch-fit leather pants from Thailand, and some handmade Lita-esque platform boots.
“Run and tell all of the angels,
This could take all night,
Think I need a devil to help me get things right”
– “Learn to Fly“, Foo Fighters
It is simply not warm anymore, hombres. I am obviously trying to hold onto my dresses as long as I possibly can – time to call in the cardigans, sweaters, and other warm friends!
A-line polka-dot dress (with a bow on the front) is handmade, lavender-coloured long cardigan from the archives, hair is in strange stage between brunette and blonde, and dusty pink ruffled platforms from eBay.
God, I love vintage clothes. The trouble with vintage is, after the fashion industry went boom with vintage imitation, almost everyone added a 500% increase on the sales price.
Here at the best fashion blog in the world (;D), that just isn’t acceptable. For that reason, I am offering you a 6-item selection of some of the glorious cheap vintage pieces you can find online!
1. Bright yellow eyelet cardigan, £13.
2. Red sequin top, £13.
3. Royal purple velvet blazer, £16.
4. Pink striped shirt dress, £18.
5. Vintage pointillism dress, £13.
6. Peachy silk blazer with lace, £15.
Y-3 by Yohji Yamamoto has the quirkiest New York Fashion Week show thus far. Yet again, Yamamoto has turned traditional activewear into street fashion with his ’80s rock ‘n’ roll meets goth-infused collection.
Black is always dangerous on a runway, but his night-hued bra tops, miniskirts, morning jackets, tanks, bombers, and leggings didn’t dissapoint. The ‘moment’ for me was with an oversized red cardigan, with an Adidas-striped bra top and red leggings. And pointy-toe laced high-tops? Yamamoto, you’re a fiesty one. View Post