So I've been spending a little while on polyvore, instead of doing my homework, which isn't good, but who wants to read physics anyways. i created 2 looks, with the same jeans, different tops and shoes. I love the distressed jeans look and recycled jeans, but these jeans in the pic are $90, I'll be looking for a cheaper option. I also love the white lace top, i found something somewhat similar on forever21's website that i want to by, it's $12, the one in the pic is like $300. But I like mixing preppy and sweet with rocker type pieces. I'm really staying away from graphic tees because i have so many, but i wan to build my wardrobe before college, so i don't look like a kid. Oh! i love cardigans too. The grey cardigan is from Forever21, it's like $25, which is reasonable in my opinion.
One of the most random people I know, if i do say so myself. Her confidence fluctuates between shy and super out-going. A bookworm, a music addict and a wanna be bad ass. I can't help that my parents raised me to be sweet. Just trying to make my way to tomorrow without falling on my face and embarassing myself, which happens quite a lot.
I want this to be a blog about my sense of fashion, lack there of, and learning about how to dress with the help of fellow bloggers. From the 4 other blogs that i remember having, i know my personal life will enter into some of my posts, but i'll try to make it entertaining and not just boring and depressing. I should also note that I'm not allowed to have a blog, my father doesn't want me to put information about myself online, but i've been restricted most of my life, and i feel that this allows me at least some freedom. -Fate
WHAT I'M DOING
Reading: The Song of the Dodo Listening: The Who Watching: time fly by Consuming: yogurt Lusting: new clothes Feeling: like my closet is empty Quoting: "We're all victims of our gene pool. Someone must have peed in yours."-Fringe "Lenz's Law made gravity it's b*tch!"- me! Contemplating: begging my parents for cash to get a new wardrobe (even though i know they'll say no) & not doing homework for the rest of the year