Posts Tagged ‘Asos’

TIME FOR DESERT

time for deserttime for desert

credits: asos x xs black widow beanie, yigal azrouël boyfriend pullover, lands’ end pleated skirt,

vpl doubly thigh highs, y-3 sneaker wedges

stowaway

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Escape is a part of my psyche. I need it. I crave it. No matter where I am or what I’m doing, it always lingers, either hopeful or sinister.

It’s time for the magician’s final act. Swarthy, with a painted moustache, he rolls out his clunky contraption. Behind one mirrored door, his assistant awaits.

He has many rings on his fingers, they sparkle, diversion worthy. His bedazzled sausages waggle amidst unintelligible words. She’s gone, escaped onto her next adventure.

“Drat!” he thought.  “Now I must buy another.”

credits: untitled hat, asos pleated blouse, 7 for all mankind shorts, rachel comey penpal boots

Electric Danse

electric danse

electric danse

electric danse

electric danse

Many things can inspire you .  A person, a city, a photograph . . . maybe even a microwave.

It simply began because my microwave broke down.  There it sat, in front of my doorway, a metal box eyesore.  Until it sparked an idea, which led to some creating, which resulted in this post.

Amazing, if you stop and think about it.

If you open your eyes, who knows what you’ll see.

And if you stop watching Korean dramas all day, who knows what you’ll create.

credits: asos boudoir set, kiss me deadly garters, untitled thigh-highs, premiata pumps, samsung microwave

 

blow out

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odd

It’s been ever so summery in California this winter, so I thought I’d throw on a beanie just for pretend.  I know -40 degrees and wind chill aren’t fun, but one usually expects COLD in JANUARY.

These have been my favorite pair of jeans lately.  I’m still gravitating towards skinnies, but the mega cut-outs at the knee make it a little more interesting.  I especially like pairing it with something clean like this popover I got in Korea.

credits: diy veiled beanie, made in korea popover, asos ripped knee jeans, won hundred ballet flats, enza costa costae clutch

 

houndstoothy

I had a ball shopping in Korea.  There is such a plethora of neighborhoods, boutiques and independent designers that it makes it difficult to edit your purchases.  Not to mention that the prices are fair and quality quite good.  I picked up this equestrian cap and houndstoothy skirt at a local boutique and they’ve been my go-to pieces ever since I got back.

Moustache Man and I grabbed a New Year’s Eve lunch at Electric Karma.  It’s the type of place where you sit cross legged on silk pillows, the smell of spices and sounds of Bollywood over powering the senses.

credits: made in korea equestrian cap, asos crop tank, vintage leather jacket, made in korea houndstooth flare mini, jil sander oxfords, derek lam bag, bcbg sunnies