Well then, this is it, I'm heading out tomorrow. I might be a while.
I wasn't going to give you any pictures. Because I was too lazy to get off my darn arse and edit them :B But anyway.
This is the first year I've had a dilemma packing. Okay, I have one every year, but this one is worse. Normally it's "I don't have enough t-shirts! I only have 3 pairs of shorts! My sandals rub :("
This year it's "I don't have enough knickers (because you wanted to know)! How many shorts am I allowed? WHAT??!? You expect me to cut my shoe ration down to 3? :'( I'll carry them in hand luggage if you want!" which I think tells you a lot about how I've changed in the past year. I haven't really obtained lots of new stuff as rather, found them anew, or realised new ways of combining... makeup is a problem too! How on earth do women pack makeup? I've never had this problem before, back when a stick of coverup was all I needed/wanted...
design - frog fastened blouse, shorts with printed patch pockets
worn with - net socks, trainer socks, green patent heels
design - short sleeve bear and snake hoodie, poloneck sleeveless top, leggings
worn with - ankle socks, canvas and leather heels
This is a lot like my old old designs. I might show you some day. I first got into fashion through anime and manga, which went on to Japanese singers, idols and eventually fashion. I still love Japanese fashion, with all the genres you can find in the Harajuku district, and the fact that they can look so darn cute in pyjama suits! I used to have (and kinda still do) a "dream" of learning Japanese, setting up a little boutique out in Tokyo, and making and selling my own cute designs. But my style has developed, and I've discovered that just designing cute hoodies isn't enough... I think I'll draw up those old designs though, into my new style... maybe for week 18 (yup, behind on uploading)
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