faux leather vest - thrifted // black velvet top - thrifted // lace skirt - DIY // sunglasses - Miracle Eye // earrings - Etsy
I was going through my computer and found these outfit shots from late last year as confirmed by my hair. I have no clue why I decided to no longer publish them, because strangely enough, when I find older outfits hidden in my hard drive, they are absolutely nauseating. This one, though, I like, a lot. Makes me miss my low-maintenence hair. I've gotten bored with my multi-colored hair due to the outrageous amount of money I need to spend to maintain it. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do with it? I don't want to go back to red, at least not any time soon, but did like my ombre. Hmm.. Maybe purple? Dark purple? Way less maintance than what I have now but it'd still be considered 'colored', which is what I want. Whatevz. Look at how clean my creepers look! Brings me back good memories. I'm convinced that the only good purpose my ex-boyfriend served in my life was finding these black creepers online for me. I searched for weeks, and the closest I could find to black suede creepers in my size were the leopard ones, which I ended up buying before he found these, ha. Looking at these photos makes me want to go back to wearing bindis everyday. PS, if you firmly believe it's wrong for any human to wear bindis if they don't pertain to the Hindu religion, I strongly advise you to educate yourself and read this, TWICE, then promptly slap yourself afterwards.
PS tons of new accessories such as detchable collars, sunglasses, and turbans are going to be added the website tomorrow night! Excited-ness.
edit: If you're alone and okay with drowning in mascara filled tears, please please watch this. The video is this 28 year-old man's, Eric, last vlog on YouTube. He's been battling Leukemia for 10 years and found out earlier this week that 96% of his body was cancerous. It is now only a matter of days until he passes. Watch Eric's last vlog here. I believe it is crucial for humans to watch these kinds of videos to truly understand how precious life really is, but even then, they shouldn't have to, it should just be a given. Stories/videos such as Eric's make me feel guilty for being so disappointed with humans, wasting my energy on awful individuals in the form of responding to hate. Several days ago I was at the gas station with my mom and a 35 year-old ish looking woman approached me and began yelling at me and SWEARING beacuse we 'took her spot'. Remember, this lady is 35 years-old, and I am 16 years-old. We 'stole' her spot for gas and she felt she had the right to call me the b word, a mothertrucker, and tons of other horrible things. She flicked me off, and called me worthless, and I can go on. But this makes me wonder how someone can DO something like that, when there are people like Eric. People who's lives are filled with agonizing pain in a fight to live. My eyes are swollen and my boogers have turned into liquid goo, oozing out of my nostrils. I think it's time I go to bed. Too much information? Sorry.