Grey coat American Apparel // blue cashmere sweater FrontRow Shop // jeans H&M // zip detail leather boots Zara
Shoes are always a mystery to me. I can’t get how a super comfortable looking sneaker could attack your bones whereas a bootie with such high and thin heel could be so comfortable. Ok so I didn’t spend hours in them walking around but still I was astonishingly content. And given the awesome, gorgeous and so many other thesaurus generated adjectives applied design of the boots, it’s a shame that I won’t be able to wear them frequently. It may not snow all the time but you never know when you’re going to step into some ice and slip. At least I have my blue cashmere sweater that I can wear all winter long. That’s something, right? Tell me it’s something. Tell me sweaters are way more important and definitive than shoes. Just tell me it’s alright, it’s alright…
Fur panel sweatshirt Zara // white jeans Stradivarius // camel boyfriend coat Topshop // hairy sneakers Zara
There are some details, colors or objects in life that you spontaneously associate with someone you know. For instance; ruffles and peplums are my best friend, printed silk shirts are my mom, all kinds of baseball caps are my dad and everything hairy is me. You put fur, feather, boucle, camel hair, pony hair or even plush and velvet on an object and the odds of me buying that thing is raised by %200. Which explains why I didn’t hesitate to pair my new favorite sweatshirt with my even hairier slip ons. And what do you think about the title? I think that would make a good fast fashion chain name. You sure would like to come in every now and then and snuggle down with stuff until you get kicked out. It could also make a good feminist sanctuary name you go to embrace your body with everything you have.
black sweater Zara // olive coat with faux fur collar H&M // black jeans H&M // pony hair booties Choies
First of all it’s official, I can’t wear all black. Second of all, who needs all black when you have the perfect moss green – khaki long biker coat? Actually you know what, I think this coat needs all black because I can’t seem to be able to wear it with anything else… Do I care? No. Did I attack someone and kick her out of my way when I first saw it, get so excited and buy size 34 without trying and it turned out to be too big? Yes. Did I find the size 32 at my next H&M trip before I can return the other one back and buy size 32 too (what if that had been sold out before I could come again?!) so conseqently did I live with two of these for quite some time? Yes. Did I return to the store couple of weeks later only to find out that the price is reduced by %50? Yes, of course. Were there any size 32 left? No, haha! Elif 1, Montreal 0.