This is not yesterday’s look, but the day before yesterday, Tuesday’s look. Which I was supposed to post yesterday morning, but I simply was too tired. Still, I want to share it because I’m really satisfied with the combination of the high-waisted skirt and my new light pink lace shirt.
So dolly and feminine, but yet not too girly and cute for me. Love how perfect the shirt sits on me. I am so grateful for being tiny and that I fit japanese one size clothes perfectly well. I must say I am also very satisfied with how well-defined my legs look on that one pic. Training pilates really have made some difference~!
That's right. Those two shirts was absolutely worth every single penny!
Well, technically I didn’t pay in penny, and technically they didn’t cost me 500NOK. 398NOK for the shirts + shipping from japan, + 102NOK because of Norway’s stupid import fees. Still all worth it!
This shirt is absolutely fabulous. The color is really light pastel pink, and I feel so feminine and girly in it. And I absolutely love the lace pattern and how its a totally see-through shirt. I need to get hold on some strapless bra-tops-ishy things, preferably in black, white and pink. Need to go on a hunt tomorrow. Oh, and the fabric is really comfortable. I was so afraid that it would itch, some lace fabrics tends to.
I also absolutely love how stiff the collar is! It stays in shape.
This one is a totally classic and feminine chiffon shirt. So elegant with the pieces of fabric across the chest and those cute golden buttons. This will look so awesome and good with all the high-waisted shorts I got, and not to mention how it would match up with my weekday jeans.
Oh, I really just can’t wait to dress up and coordinate outfits with these. Which one to start with for tomorrow? Lace or chiffon? Pink or creamy white?
March issue of Happie nuts have been so awesome in many ways!
One of them is the fact that I’ve actually held it in my hands when I visited my friend during winter break. Another is the heavy make-up styles, one of my favorite things about the magazine in general. And that there was some focus on nails – I havent seen much of before. Got to share some of it~
I absolutely love this make-up and tutorial, I might have to try to follow it for once. Not just love what i see. A bit lighter eyeshadow than what I’m fond of, but the heavy eyeliner and lashes compensate for it. Also love the light pink lips in contrast of the framed eyes.
Adore these outfits, so edgy and stylish~ I need to get hold on tights with dotted pattern, and maybe try to give fishnet stocking another try? I also might have to consider finding the perfect denim jacket for spring season instead of the perfect leather jacket!
I wonder how I am supposed to dress up in lighter colors when all I love and get inspired by is dark colors. Love the outfit with the denim shorts matched with a black blazer, and the over-sized top matched with the floral patterned pants. I also like the outfit with the brown over-knee boots, it’s a bit more layering than what I’m fond of. Sounds crazy, eh? I used to be the queen of layers before. I still love every piece of clothing she is wearing tho!
I have never been so happy to get out of the train before as I was early at 9.15 this morning. The train travel have been the hottest and most irritable one in my life. So fresh air in my lungs was very much needed, so good. And it was so good to see my mum again, who had driven all the way up to pick me up.
After walking around in some shops I finally got home and did exactly what I had planned all the time. Crashing on the couch safe at mum & dads place. I got joined by two cats I believe was glad to see me again. Strange how attached you get to animals, even after you have moved away from home~
February 2012 issue of Jelly - Credits to Zasshiko.com
I like how its less about bright colors in this issue of Jelly. I also like the boy inspired style. I had kinda decided to cut my hair short too, but seeing all the lovely modes with curly/wavy hairstyle made me wanting to give long hair a second shot.
Been a while since I’ve looked for inspiration in Japanese fashion. Very odd, its my main source. p.s that headline is from my math class, which I’m having right now. Being away from the classes yesterday was very very unwise of me….
Yes, today my order from E.L.F finally arrived.
I was close to using up my daily powder and primer. I was basically using a cuticle shaper to scrape up some primer from the bottle. We all know how dramatic it can be to run empty of something, if you don’t have anything to replace it with.
I also got a brow pencil, just like the eyebrow kit without the powder part, and another type of foundation as I find the previous type a bit to sticky.
p.s. I love how E.L.F has a double meaning for me, make-up and fan base.