I like the idea of combination. Like essential basics or minimal wear, with denim, or thrifted pieces. Basically combining various wardrobes to form an overall style, my own. A leather jacket underneath a blazer is like a shirt put on inside out - it's unexpected, but it works. The synthetic leather's subtle glossiness paired with silver jewelry adds focus to the different layering of clothes.
The tunic dress is such an easy slip on, it almost feels like I'm in pjs, though it gives a more dressy look with heels that aren't super heel-like. Thanks to Kethy, she taught me to let loose, take it easy. These snapshots aren't just snapshots. To me, there is meaning. I'll just leave it to that. I'm also curious what turning twenty-three feels like. It's all happening too quickly.
Mom's hand-me-down. I recall specifically that I told myself this coat was staying on all day - and so it did. I've chosen an alternative to my Jeffrey Campbells - super comfy sneaks, since the last time I nearly killed my feet, having walked in boots for too many hours. Neutral tones to keep things simple, minimal and somewhat sporty.
Benefits of sporting wax coated denim - a leather effect at a fraction of the price and an instant touch of modern and edginess. Brother's puffer vest was lying around the place so I "borrowed" it.
I fear the moment when people leave. It's not like they're leaving forever but it's just that feeling that fazes me a little. Sometimes I can be selfish. This is one of those times. I'm going to miss you so much.
The open back creates somewhat of a sensual feeling that softens the simple graphic statement.