Tuesday, June 16, 2009 // 9:24 PM
As I lie my head against the headrest of the car, I exhale deeply. Finally, freedom. Although the two week holiday had just terminated meerly two days ago, the pressure of Monday blues just hit me like a speeding train. The two week holiday skipped through like pebbles dancing off the surface of the water when thrown at an acute angle. If there was one thing I was not ready for, it was school. Monday was not as bad as I presumed it would be, yet because of the paroxysm of my body alarm, I only managed to get some shut-eye at 4 in the morning, only to be woken up by unavoidable shurgs 2 hours later. I know I have not blogged in a long long while, but here I am ready to bestow fashionable knowledge upon you once again.
While I was out shopping with my mother, I came across this atrocious dress and thought that such colour combination would look much better on a shoe or at least a better structured dress.
Cream. Black. Pink. Cream. Black. Pink. Cream. Black. Pi-..I came across this picture upon my forage for unbelievable gorgeous heels. Though, much like japanese raw fish, sashimi and blue cheese, it was an aquired taste. However, i simply had this attatchment and was completely bessotted by this shoe because of its simplistic yet forever classy design.
Over the holidays, I have also rediscovered my love for gladiators. Let them be as flat as disks or heels of an almost suicidal length, I adore them. Over the holidays, I managed to reaquaint myself with the pair of gold and silver gladiators and I had purchased what seems like a century ago. Once i strapped them to my feet, they were irrefutably lazered and glued to my legs.
I guess its the ability of the shoe to adapt or modify ones foot to look gorgeous and miles long that I adore about gladiator sandals or heels. Pros, they look good on anyone in any colour. Cons, a really gorgeous pair could burn a hole through your wallet, and some might even set your pants on fire.
Studs and gladiator heels together equal up to a dream come true.
I love this red and pinkish sequined clutch. I just imagined those times where we're up for a dinner, and we're in a terrible rush. No time for exquisite dresses and no time for exorbitant and extortionate jewellery. A LBD ( little black dress), or even the more modern form, the Little White Dress would look jaw-droppingly phenomenal with a clutch like this.
I normally am not a fan of Juicy as I like to stay away from its somewhat cheap appearance and slightly Paris Hilton-ish, in-your-face styles, yet, there's something unique about this bag. Maybe its the size of the bag, as i pictured, beautiful girls on the go, just sweeping the contents of their desk into this bag with one quick motion of the arm or the fact that it would look absolutely stunning being slung over the shoulder with a white tanktop and skinny jeans. The denoument, I LOVE this bag.
One shouldered prairie dresses are to die for. The light teal or greenish belt has this almost minty feel to it. It looks fresh and airy and woud definitely feel good due to global warming that has managed to increase the atmostpheric temperture 3 degrees higher.
I love the black lace detail on this dress and it would look breathtaking if worn with some exuberant heels.
Have I ever mentioned that I love heels? Because if it isnt obvious now, then we've got some serious problem.s
Topshop. enough said. :)