Thursday, July 24, 2014

Frontrowshop Vintage Lace Dress

Apparently I have a thing for lace this Summer! Last year was all about leather, but this year wherever I see a lace thingy I need to have it! 


Even so, my grandma wasn't too pleased when I refused to take her crochety-lace table covers for my"new life with the boyfriend". I've been living this new life for like, 4 years already, and I still haven't taken a single crochet cover. It's supposed to be some kind of a dowry or something, so sooner or later I would be pressured into taking them and maybe even placing them on my nightstand...the horror! 

Still, you can't refuse grandma! If she says "eat", you eat, if she says "take the crochet covers" you fucking take those ugly crochet covers and place them on your table! 


Any who, where was I? Oh yes, the lace craving. I don't know if it's the years talking, maybe I'm finally getting older, but lace is my new thing this Summer. I saw this gorgeous vintage number in Frontrowshop and had a slight *heavy breathing* moment. The loose design is exactly what I need for our hot humid days. 


I decided to style my new lace treasure with a slight bohemian twist so I paired it with camel platform boots and a big leather shoulder bag. The transparent bracelet is also from Frontrowshop. It's feminine and at the same time very casual, so I would probably be wearing it with combat boots as well! ^_^  


Don't mind the big fugly scars on my legs! I've been bumping into so many things lately, I could easily be mistaken for a one dimensional novella character, maybe an "awkward" love interest for a stupid vampire...or a stupid werewolf...or a Wolverine...that would be so lovely!


Brown platform boots- Lidl, Lace Shift dress- c/o Frontrowshop, PVC transparent bracelet- c/o Frontrowshop, Bag- Mom's. 

Monday, July 21, 2014

The Real Oversize T-shirt & Printic Giveaway Winner

Have you guys ever had moments when you just fucking want to do nothing, but the world just doesn't let you? 

My life has always been the kind of life you would call uneventful. I don't mind having an uneventful life, sometimes it gets so uneventful it's borderline boring, but I like it, and I love and appreciate the little things. I've had weeks and months where nothing of importance happens, life just flows by, like some sort of a bored to death melancholy stream.  
This month was not like that! This month was so eventful I was starting to think the Universe is making fun of me! Damn you Universe, for making my life interesting and diverse! Damn you to hell! 
Any who, after a few weeks of "events", I thought my fried brain deserved some uneventful happy ME time.  


ME time, is not masturbation time (like the name suggests), I know some of you thought that, don't be shy! ME time is a special chunk of time, for people who have gotten fed up with bullshit. ME time is a time where you stay away from everything and everyone, grow into a vegetative state and just don't fucking do anything or think anything.

My plans for this week were attaching myself to the sofa with enough food to last me for 6 days, watching Fullmetal Alchemist and occasionally taking a shower if I start stinking up the apartment too much. Ain't that a good plan? What I like about it is that it doesn't involve people...or moving... 


Just when I thought I had it all figured out, life started throwing shit again. I haven't even gotten to the middle of my show and everything started going places, doing stuff, putting me in situations, when I'd rather just not be there! 
I just want to eat spaghetti and watch my stupid show with a content feeling of apathy, is this too much to ask for? So, yes, this week I'm determined to stick with the plan. If this stupid life starts asking me to do shit again it's going to get a stare of indifference and a middle finger! 


Fahiony Part

Uneventfulness calls for an uneventful outfit! This is probably the most boring and effortless outfit I have ever put together. I would describe it with one word- SLOB! It's sluggish and unoriginal, but at the same time, comfortable and undemanding, which is just what I was looking for. 
And this here t-shirt, is a genuine oversize t-shirt mind you! I'm left with the impression that people don't know what oversize means. I've looked through so many pseudo-oversize outfits, where a lady wears her boyfriend's jacket, which is just sliiiiiiiightly slouchier than normal, and it's called oversize. That's not oversize woman, that's normal! And what's up with those tiny boyfriends?  


Anyway, the t-shirt here was meant to be a pajama, but I still can't decide whether to wear it outside or at home. It's such an ugly motherfucker, perhaps it would be better to just sleep in it. I paired the tee with my hologram chunky biker boots and leather backpack.




And now for the juicy part! The winner of the giveaway is Alexis Grace of North On Harper! Congratulations! ^_^


Thursday, July 17, 2014

Wide Leg Plaid Pants

I wish there was a website like Yahoo Answers, where you could post photos of your outfits and an expert at fashion would tell you what kind of style you have. Cthulhu is my witness, I have no fucking idea what my style is!

Sometimes it really bugs me, because I dress with whatever feels pretty and smells better, and what kind of a freakin style is that? Sure, I can pull a decent amount of terms out of my ass, like- mix of bohemian, with a dash of art deco and sprinkle of whatever, but it doesn't quite feel right.

Sometimes I think of myself as some sort of a chameleon, who's style is a blend of every fucking thing in this world, in other words, hobo. Maybe I can call it that, just hobo!

I'm curious though, what kind of style do you consider yours to be? 



Fashiony Part

I have a confession to make! I've had these plaid pants for years, but couldn't decide how to wear them. I usually clean up my wardrobe every few months - before the pile of clothes reaches a threatening size and consume us all - but I didn't have the heart to throw these pants away. They remind me of my sad, friendless childhood and I didn't want to part with them just yet. 


These plaid pants look weird with almost everything, so I decided to take a risk and wear them with a dress. Don't know if it's my desperation talking, but I quite like the result!
Grunge and feminine is my favorite kind of mix, so I paired them with my off the shoulder lace dress from 6ks, camel leather bag and chunky boots. 
 





What do you burritos say? Yay or nay?

            Making sexy faces again!

Plaid pants and leather bag- thrifted, Lace Dress- 6ks.