Sunday, August 30, 2015

Striped Top & Gradient Heart Shaped Glasses from Choies

First time I woke up at 10am this morning, I'm so proud! *pats herself on the back* And just in time to catch those boring morning shows where tired people discuss matters of various degrees of importance like how to be able to distinguish real honey from a fake one and how knowing your astrological ascendant can help you perform more efficiently in bed. Why did I turn on the TV again? It's painful! I need my Penguins of Madagascar to erase the trauma! Btw, anyone else watching those? They're so funny and cute, and fat!!!


I have no idea what to write today. I'm depressed because our Bulgarian Discovery Channel doesn't air Shark Weekend and I'm mourning right now. They start airing it at 23pm, whose twisted idea was that? Shark Weekend is supposed to be whole day you evil Discovery Channel people! Maybe I should write an angry letter: "Dear Discovery Channel, you ruined my weekend plans, now I have to go outside and it's sunny and green there!!!!"
 

Any who, I even asked the boyfriend to fish for ideas on what to post, to which he replied: "Why don't you write - Look at my outfit yo!".....
Note to self: Never ask the boyfriend for ideas, even when I'm drunk! 
Any who, I thought I'd jump right into the outfit waters today, since I won't be jumping into shark waters anytime soon! :( 


I reaaaally love this outfit! It's comfortable, chic and it has my favorite layers! I feel like I'm one of those Fashion Week ladies who always look like they're super busy, typing something on their phones, moving ferociously with flowing hair and limbs in the air, casually not noticing the tons of cameras trying to capture their every move! 
I'm jumping on the stripe obsession train and gotta say, I love it! A stripe top is like that guy "friend" you have, who's been secretly in love with you for years. You often forget about him, but if you're out of ideas for the weekend and need a boost in your life, you know he's always there for you.
I've never owned a stripe top like this one and I didn't realize how versatile and important they are to have in your closet. You can dress them down, up, sideways, you name it, a stripe top is your buddy!


The top I have here is from Choies and the fabric is so soft and comfy I'm tempted to wear this at home, the only thing stopping me is my equal love for greasy food which would result into a clash that would end with my striped top not being striped anymore.
For the outfit here I tied a knot on one side of the top to make it more neat and tight. For the layers I added a classic white shirt and a red cami dress.

Here's a blooper for ya! Cars constantly kept driving by us and disrupting the photo shoot and I'm laughing maniacally because there was yet another car coming right at us and I was thinking: "Yay, another car that could potentially kill us, better move off the road!"


The heart shaped glasses are from Choies again, and they're probably the only glasses that are big, but look good on my tiny face. I'm not a romantic person, but I love these shades, they have that retro personality that just begs to be worn with a vintage polka dot dress!



That's it for today! Let me know what do you think of this stripe love? Do you own any striped items in your closet?

I'm sad here cus there's no Shark Weekend! Sniff...
 Gradient Heart Shaped Glasses - c/o Choies, Striped Top - c/o Choies, Cami Dress - Second Hand, Bracelet - Mood & Closet, Shirt - Yoins

Thursday, August 27, 2015

When People Say You Don't Need Money To Travel + A Tropical Outfit from Choies

When I hear people say you don't need money to travel I want to punch them in the face! The hell I don't need money! Just the flight to Japan would cost me a lifetime of surviving on cat food, what the fuck do you mean I don't need money!?
We've all met this particular breed of delusional human beings who are constantly doing their "soul searching" by traveling around the globe, taking gazillion photos of their crooked feet tucked cozily in the warm sand of the Bahamas and at the same time, whether because of self denial or just plain lack of basic knowledge of how the world works, they keep telling you how important is traveling, how amazing is traveling, but most of all, how you don't need money to be able to travel!


These humans ignore the laws of nature, in particular, the laws of survival which distribute your paycheck towards necessities like bills, food and shelter. They ignore them because they don't obey them. They make their own rules. In their head jam-packed with mojitos and massaged with deluxe jasmine shampoos, traveling is a no biggy! 
You don't have to think twice about your boss dispatching you like an old tampon, because you had a sudden urge to "find yourself" and leave the firm for two weeks. You don't have to survive on pretzels so you can save a few bucks in the jar with the sticky note dramatically titled: "MIGHT TRAVEL SOMEDAY, MAYBE", then actually use the money you saved for the stupid electricity bill, because some idiot (your wife) didn't want to die of hypothermia.
You don't have to book the cheapest flight, which goes around the planet a dozen times before it comes back to your actual destination, and who's passengers are mostly crying kids, a few cows and that asshole who just stole your laptop, hey give that back!!! You don't need to stay in that low-priced hotel which is included in the book of Guinness Records for its highest percentage of homicides and you don't need to think twice about eating that suspiciously looking cheap burrito. Oh no, now you have stomach ache and no money for medicine or a doctor...Never mind, just lie on the ground and wait for the Grim Reaper to take you. You did manage to see the Great Wall of China though, totally worth iiiiiiiiiiit!!! 


I think that people who say that you don't need money to travel are people with money! So when they say you don't need money to travel, they actually mean: "I'm rich and I have no concept of the real value of money".
Now, IF you travel like a hobo, what they say may be true. If you sleep in a tent and don't go to hotels, cook your own food or buy cheap food that would most likely kill you than keep you alive, travel with a train or hitchhike, don't buy ANYTHING, not even a fucking ugly magnet you'll put on the fridge to never look at again, then yes, you don't need money to travel! But the types of people who say that, stay in hotels which have the word SPA in them or visit exotic places where they "experience the culture" by shopping and trying the national cuisine at a restaurant where the meals are named something like: "A la merge with veal, cherry tomatoes, saffron and larpegenfequesomethingfancy".


I know traveling broadens your horizon, makes you richer, blah blah, but if your traveling includes a hotel with a handsome elevator dude and pasta, don't be all "I'm an independent spiritual seeker, it's amazing you should try it!"
If you don't feel like reading this wall of text, here is mah favorite video by College Humor, which basically sums up this whole post. Is funny cause is tru!!!


Now for a little fashion talk! 

I recently got a few goodies from Choies and boy these guys never disappoint! I thought I'd send off August with an appropriate middle finger (HATE SUMMERRRRrrrr!) and so I styled an outfit inspired by the tropics. Everything is from Choies except for the glasses, clutch and watch. 
I styled this outfit around my new floral tropical skirt with a side split. Thought I'd give it a sporty nudge and add a snazzy green muscle tee.


Also added these gorgeous lace up ankle booties. These babes are so comfy I can actually run to catch my bus with them. Yay! The laces were a pain in the ass to put on, but that's just because my hands coordination is nonexistent.



I've always adored chokers, I had one in High School with big pointy spikes (think I've mentioned it several times) and imagined a fairy tale scenario where the boy I liked, who was also into metal music, would see my choker and instantly fall in love with me. That's what movies taught me! The boy didn't fall in love with me, think he turned out gay at one point, but my sentimental spike choker fueled my love for this type of jewelry even more. So, one of the things I also ordered from Choies is this moon pearl necklace and I absolutely luv it! Into the tropical outfit you go!
I also added my blue mascara, but because of the stupid sun the camera didn't catch it. Ah well, this is just something I would have to live with! Be strong Keit, be strong!
So that's it for today! Let me hear your thoughts on the traveling drama, do you think you don't need money to be able to travel?

Floral side split skirt - c/o Choies, Moon pearl choker - c/o Choies, Tee - c/o Choies, Lace up ankle boots - c/o Choies

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Inspired Outfit

Hiiiii everybody! *insert "The Simpsons" Dr Nick voice* How was your weekend? I spent mine watching TLC's fashion shows from 11am till 22:00! I'm not proud of it, but I'm only human, I've got my weak moments! One time I spent a whole week watching Buffy, and getting depressed about her all over again. Why is she always so sulky? Maybe because of the constant presence of death and evil sexy vampire boyfriend, but she also has the cutest nose and awesome super powers, so suck it up Buffy! 
Any who, watching her in retrospective made me realize she's quite an ass! When I was a teen Buffy was my hero, but now when I'm all old and judgmental, especially when I'm hungry, she seems so different and annoying. I don't know, maybe I'm too old to appreciate teenage melodramas about vampires, what do you guys think? Have you seen Buffy The Vampire Slayer? Did you like it?


So, gonna dive into the outfit straight away today, since I have nothing of importance to say except that yesterday I ate the MOST spicy chilly I have ever eaten in my life and magically it didn't give me gas! So, as I said, moving on to the outfit!

Today's outfit is inspired by Buffy, the title of the post might have already given that away!  She may be an ass but she did wore a generous amount of cute denim and spaghetti strap tops, and I think at one point there were nipples showing and all!



No nipple action here, but I'm wearing my trusty old bra, which by now you've probably seen more times than my own boyfriend! I did a thing with the hair here, not sure what exactly is the thing...It's a mixture between the notorious fashion blogger double bun and Sailor Moon???
You're not a cool fashion blogger if you didn't do the double bun at least once! I don't know how to make the double bun and even if I did I wouldn't be able to do it either way, so this here weird squiggly hair thing is the closest I'll ever get to being a legit fashion blogger. Sigh....


The radical mom jeans are from Choies and they're so man repelling they make me squeel with joy! Everything that makes men go: "Ugh, not even if I'm dead drunk!" is considered pretty in my book! The jeans are actually high waisted, but I lowered them so I can add my newly thrifted spaghetti strap top into the outfit. Bought this baby for just 1,13US! I love the luscious dark green color and the cut out details on the sides, it also has a 90's charm that immediately sold me! I know everyone are going crazy over the 70's, but I'm a little late with trends, so 'scuse me!


Friend of mine told me I look rather ugly with this particular hairstyle, (yeah my friends are assholes) what do you guys think? I personally love it and I plan to wear this more often than I wear my pajama, which is always!


So that's it for today, hope you are all blossoming into beautiful flowers and enjoying the day before the day, before the day, before the day, before the weekend! HUGZZZZZZZZZZZ you guuuyyyzzzz!!!


High waist jeans - c/o Choies, Top - Second Hand, Mirror Glasses - H&M, Top - Second Hand, Velvet choker necklace - Bornpretty