It has been a long few months, what with the mad studying and work crunch and whatnot. But I just have to get through December and it’ll all be awesome. Time for a break, and a little escapism suits me just fine. I love little coffee shops like this — cluttered with boxes of old music, furnished with battered old chairs and couches, home to cats as well as customers.
I am getting back into the swing of blogging with, quite literally, nothing special. This is just what I happened to be wearing when I decided to take some pictures, so nothing is new, nothing is hot off the designers’ whatever, and many of these items have in fact been blogged here before. These are old comfy clothes that suit me.
I mention the Aoharu jacket, which I’m pretty sure I’ve blogged before but it’s worth a mention again. Aoharu is fantastic for an androgynous look, because the vast majority of their menswear can be easily resized and adjusted for women. I add one caveat: some curvier women’s shapes may struggle sizing Aoharu’s sculpted menswear over breasts and hips, but if that’s the case, you may need to size the jacket body large. In general, though, Aoharu sizes down for women very nicely.
Additionally, I know I’ve blogged these hoorenbeek trousers before, but I’ll mention them again, because they’re fantastic and they come with a bunch of belt options that are actually sculpted to fit a body and aren’t just an oval prim. Belts make me a little crazy, but I like to wear them.
I will also give a plug to the very, very awesome Galliano glasses from Muism, which I received a month or two back and I haven’t taken them off since. Seriously, you guys, these glasses are just awesome — texture change frames, tintable lenses, and just ridic. fashionable.
Oh. And this hair from Uncle Web — I mention it because it looks almost exactly like my real hair. That amuses me.
Um. That is all. You may go buy stuff now.
Pose: Olive Juice