Current obsessions includes feathers, stones, ruffles, hindu everything, lace, crosses, caps & color. I really like mixing and matching a sort of Marie Antoinette inspired outfit with something completely different, such as the Lord Krishna shirt and the pink tutu-ish burlesque inspired hot pants. I actually bought the Krishna shirt on eBay, and to be honest, I’ve been buying loads from there lately. I love how you can find so much different stuff and the prices are great if you’re on a budget. Oh and I also bought a pair of those ruffle shorts – I will have pictures up when the items arrive.
I love doing current mood outfits. If only I could afford Ashish.
I’ve been pretty hooked on flower prints for the past couple of months and seing it becoming more and more trendy is just my luck since it makes it so much easier to get my hands on it. I just really like clothes with a 70’s or 80’s vibe so usually I would just go second hand shopping to find stuff like this. Massive, funky flower prints will be big this spring/summer so I wanted to make a few outfits showing you how I will style it – I definitely think it’s a must for me to mix it with black, edgy items such as my spiked Jeffrey Campbell Lita’s that hopefully will arrive in may, and in general keep it cool and dark. I do like pastels, flowers and girly stuff, but my love for black will never die.
I’ve been considering using a bigger text? Do you like it or not?
I was looking at one of my favorite danish blogs when it suddenly hit me and I realized something that I’ve never really thought about before – the amazing thing about ”the basic wardrobe”. Personally I have always been way too busy with all the fun looking, kinda fancy clothes, and I dont really have that much ”basic” clothes. What I’ve come to, is that when you have a basic wardrobe, you have so much more options, and I feel so stupid not having realized this before. But I’m seriously gonna make my basic wardrobe, that will be my new project!