I have made two long draft posts about what I’ve been doing lately, but I’m so busy right now with school, friends, formal dress shopping (!!) etc. that I haven’t uploaded photos from my phone to finalize them. So here is a really quick post of some polyvore posts I made, that have no real relevance to my life so they won’t be included in those long posts.
This first one is Lana Del Rey inspired because I just adore her music and style, and it seems my music inspired polyvores have gotten the best response. I also have fun making them.
This next one was made simply because lately I’ve really been loving red and try to include it in everything. I’ve also been into black clothes which is actually a huge surprise for me, having disliked black for a while now. I really like romantic style outfits and lace at the moment.
Here is another little lacy, romantic collection.
Here’s another album inspired outfit. This was easy to make because I’ve listened to this album approx. 19392802 times, and therefore had a strong feeling of how it would translate into clothes (well for me anyway). The album is good kid, m.A.A.d city by Kendrick Lamar if you didn’t already know.
And lastly here is the most wearable/normal one of them all.
I made this because I was bored and have lots of items saved that I really wanted to use in sets but didn’t really have a theme for. This outfit is a bit more typical of my age and I actually have a dress and choker really similar to the ones above. If you want me to make more ‘wearable’ outfits on polyvore let me know/like this post (on polyvore, click the link below the picture).
That’s all for now, thanks for reading!
This is my inspired outfit for the japanese TV show I wrote about earlier.
Lately I’ve been listening to the new-ish album by A$AP Ferg. I was kind of anticipating this album, because I had been listening to Shabba for a while and the more I listened to it the more I liked it. It’s a song that puts me in a good mood. By the time ‘Trap Lord’ came out, I knew all the lyrics.
And that’s what prompted me to write this. I’d had Shabba in my head the whole day but I was busy so I didn’t really notice. As soon as I got to my front door the lyrics just started coming out of my mouth… like I had no control of it.
So I’m still trying to decide what my other favourite tracks on the album are, but I think they are Let It Go and Fergivicious. Even though Ferg’s music style is quite original and creative, his music is still really catchy. And to me that’s musical perfection.
Ferg is definitely not afraid of “inappropriate” content though, so don’t be surprised. If you can get past that though you’ll be sweet. I’ll wrap this post up by saying, you have no idea how much I want to be in the A$AP mob.
Also, here is an interview with Ferg. It’s from the beginning of the year but he explains what a trap lord is, etc.
Later on I will be making two polyvore outfits inspired by this post and my last one, and I’ll post them a$ap.
Hanazakari no Kimitachi e is the first Japanese “drama” that I’ve ever watched (i.e. not a cartoon) and so far I really like it.
Recently I saw this tumblr post…
… and I knew that asian TV shows can be really funny and entertaining, so after thinking about it for a few days, I decided to try and find it.
The opening of the show really surprised me – it was not what I had expected at all. But it had me amused from the beginning, and the first episode had 3 things that I’d expect (and want to see) from a Japanese TV show – colourfulness/kawaiiness, awkward funny moments and WEIRD moments. Some of the concepts of the show are a bit “out-there” and don’t really add up, but I guess that’s part of what makes it entertaining – because it is a bit unrealistic.
So here it is:
And here are some fun facts:
- It’s name is abbreviated to Hana Kimi
- The title translated to english is For You In Full Blossom
- It is based on a comic
I was going to post the synopsis, but it gives away what the whole show is about. Instead, I think you’ll like this show if you like:
- She’s the Man (the movie with Amanda Bynes playing soccer, in case you’ve forgotten)
- Shows or films about “exclusive” schools, like Gossip Girl
- Seeing how other cultures do “teenage” things like school, dating, etc. (Even though this is probably not a very realistic interpretation, but anyway…)