Posts Tagged ‘T by Alexander Wang’

This is not a test

This is not a test . . . this is not a test . . . this is not a dress . . .

I’m not mad, the sun’s just in my eyes.  I couldn’t help participating in a DIY Jil Sander veiled beanie with some online guidance from honestly wtf and nitrolicious.  The only thing I did different was to trim off the end of the veil netting . . . the thick black thread was too contrasty.

This is the perfect accessory for me right now.  I’m in the awkward process of growing out my hair and not only does the beanie hide my lack of haircut/style, but holds my bangs out of my eyes and allows me to see.  The past few weeks made me realize I’ve taken sight for granted.  P sez seeing is overrated.  Then he bumped into a wall.

credits: asos x xs lab black widow beanie, t by alex wang tank, miss sixty harem trousers, marsèll boots

half way

Every guy and girl needs a good skirt trouser.  There’s something so perfectly androgynous about the combination.  No one makes them like J.W. Anderson, but this pair has become my favorite bottoms of the moment.

credtis: t by alexander wang tank, marlies dekkers bra, unconditional skirt trousers, jil sander oxfords

fun dip

My latest dyeing project fared much better than my last.  Since I was working with cotton, it was a less toxic and trying process.  I’ve always loved ombre, so with internet resources as my guide, I was off into the kitchen.  Making a dye bath is really like cooking soup.  You add a dash of this (color) and that (water, salt, white vinegar) and voila!  Lemon/lime ombre.  So delicious.

credits: t by alexander wang tank, hugo boss x xs lab bustier dress, ld tuttle the clear pipe


I wish I had one of his knitted, netted ski masks to go with this outfit.  I wonder what the proper etiquette would be for wearing one.  Maybe instead of taking it off for supper you could just use specialty RO chopsticks.

credits: rick owens pillbox jacket, t by alexander wang bra, bec & bridge skirt, ld tuttle the clear pipe

pinch me

Sports have never been my thing.  (What’s the point if you can hit the ball, but can’t catch it?)  I have, however, been googly-eyed over the recent sporty looks I’ve seen.  Racer tanks, sports bras and sweats have never been so coveted.

I’ve been more open to adding brights and prints into my wardrobe.  Might as well have a little fun right?  Lately, I’ve been obsessing (a little unhealthily) over neon yellow.  I missed out on the perfect slip dress in the shade, but I’m consoling myself with the thought of my latest purchase.

credits: t by alexander wang bra, enza costa bold racer tunic, hussein chalayan skirt, falke socks, marni platform sandals