Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Der Kuss

These are my new favourite leggings, made by an Australian company called Black Milk who are famous for their use of iconic prints on clothing. They're perfect for an art geek like me! Let's not talk about how much I've spent on them lately...


These shoes are also completely b'dass - I got them at a very snazzy 40% off, and they are surprisingly comfortable for their shape and height! I'm mad about the architechtural design. They tie into the pattern of the leggings juuuust right.

You may have noticed I cut my hair super short after all! The lovely Paigey said it best in her recent article about the merits of pixie hair. It really is so much easier to take care of, and despite the little twinges I get when watching shampoo commercials because I can't swish my hair about and look ultra feminine, I prefer looking gamine and unique.

Till next time!

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The Revolutionary Road Dress

 No, I haven't found time to cut my hair - just some old photos from the start of this year when I had a pixie cut! I'm not sure if I ever put snaps with it like this online.

I love these glasses but they are too loose! I can't wear them to work because they slip off any time I look down at my papers. Does anybody have experience with asking an optometrist to adjust frames that were not purchased at their store? For freesies? Otherwise I'll just tape them behind my ears.

I wish I had bought this dress in more colours. Just a cheap little thing off ASOS but I've been dying for a shift dress with neck cutouts after watching Revolutionary Road all those years ago.



I'm starting to get in the mood for summer after posting all of these! I do miss dress weather. Or at least, weather where I can wear a dress without hiding it behind a billion layers.

I've got a question for you, blog followers! Should I get this haircut again? Grow my hair back into a bob? Or take horse supplements until it goes past my shoulderblades again? Currently I'm rocking (unintentionally) something I call 'The Sherlock' after Benedict Cumberbatch in the BBC adaptation. It looks terrible but I don't know what to do with it because I haven't decided whether to stay short or grow long. I would really appreciate thoughts on this! Thanks lovelies~