Like every ill-fated woman, I have horror stories about my hair when I was growing up(ish) and a majority of them is around the same idea: trying to grow out my bangs for nearly 5 years after I chopped them off in senior year high school because bangs were about to be ‘in’ and I was one of the first girls in the school to try the new do. Honestly for the first couple of months it was indeed cool, I was the “girl with bangs” but after that it was an emotional roller coaster of ups and downs, I’m going to grow it outs and god it looks awful I have to cut it agains and at the end, when I did manage to grow them, I promised myself that I’d never do it again. And just like every other superficial promise I made to myself, I’m thinking about breaking it now. Why now you ask? Because what Alexa Chung or Zooey Deschanel couldn’t do all these time, Felicity Jones and a parade of …
Anyone who had their fair share of online shopping knows the joy of finding out the seller of an amazing shop with fabulous things inside is living in the same country as you. What you don’t experience often is when they live in the same city as you, couple of blocks away and they end up being your friend at the end of a 3 hour “dress exchange” excuse over tea. Now I don’t know for which I’m happier; this marvellous sweater fringe hem dress from TOKEN MTL or meeting the even lovelier co-owner of the shop, which probably is one of the coolest gals of Montreal. Thank you Tamara & hope you like your beloved dress on me! . Vintage white fringe hem sweater dress TOKEN MTL (similar here & here) . Black fedora Urban Outfitters (similar here & here) . Black fuzzy socks Zara (same here or similar here & here) . Black suede pumps Zara (similar here & here) .
Striped shirt husband’s (similar here & here) // suede fringe skirt Vintage (similar here & here and here) // black sandals Stradivarius (old) (similar here) // black clutch Zara Purchases I love the most are the ones that turn out to be dirt cheap when you are actually willing to give up your pay check for. Even better when it’s something that’s one of the must have items of the season.
Here comes (one of the many) time(s) of the year where all non fashion people will make fun of you because what you wear will be a little costume-y but instead you’d be rocking one of the hits of the season, that is fringe.