Hello! Recently I’ve been so busy with work I’ve been neglecting the brisk germination of my hair. It got so annoyingly long that I had to pin it back for this runway show, where people all looked at me funny. So after a few weeks of dreading to gaze into the mirror, I finally put my Repetto-clad foot down, ‘Off with the hair!”
I’ve had this Gianfranco Ferre bag for a while now. An oldie, but a goodie. It was brand new, at an op-shop, waiting for me to adopt it. Perfect size for our SLR. The front pockets store my phone, a pen, and business cards. What more does a girl need? I teamed this romantic blouse with the thrifted skirt to keep the 1910’s theme going. Wearable art on hanger. Cubism on checkers.
A dear friend of mine has had an asymmetric haircut since the first day I met her, but never did I think I would end up with one. I met up with fellow fashion bloggers on the night of the hairchop, and a few of them toyed with the idea that I should just shave off one half of my head, so that it will serve a stark contrast to my usual ladylike ensembles. It took 26 years for me to even have a bob, so I can’t see that happening any time soon. But one thing I have learnt in life, is ‘Never say Never’. So, what do you think of this do? Yay or nay?
Where: In a mysterious alley way