I'm gonna need more hangers.

via ilovewildfox

i was thinking about the next season and i realized that i dont really want to reinvent myself or do anything revolutionary; i just want to continue wearing more or less what i was wearing last season and seasons past, with a few injected adjustments.

winter is coming and this girl is wearing the leopard coat of my dreams and boots from heaven-knows-where. someone please. please.

if you haven’t noticed-and i haven’t been explicit- but i’ve been trying to exclusively post only pictures i take/are taken of me on this blog (for the record, irony of this post’s photo was noted). i know it’s kind of a pain for you as a reader, but it seems to make more sense for me to show my process through my tumblr/pinterest (peruse them as you like) and focus this blog on results and documentation for now. maybe when i’m a bit more organized, i can go back to being more integrated; i always found that more interesting anyway.

aaaaand now that i’ve said that, i can go back on my word.

ella [magical creatures, wildfox couture]

i was thinking about a boy that i may or may not be in love with the other day. and by that i mean yesterday and today. i don’t think there are many days where i don’t think about how i think about him. something inside me swells into a pink smile, but then deflates. he’d think this outfit is cool. i think that’s partially why i can’t not think about him. or candypuff hair.

i have to admit i don’t particularly care for wildfox’s stuff bcuz i’m not a t-shirt fiend, but it was a slow dawning to realize that this latest lookbook was a collab with one of my favorite teen authors, Francesca Lia Block. she wrote about “uncool” but suspiciously pretty girls and dressed the mundane in purple tulle and rose tinted glasses. i wanna read FLBs books all over again, so i can fancy myself as one of her characters. i haven’t read her new books though; i’m a little afraid they won’t make me feel the same way.