April 29, 2012

She was just SEVENTEEN, you know what I mean

Hellooo everyone! Long time no post, huh? I guess that has to do with the fact that I feel obliged to write something decent on such an important occasion - a birthday is nothing to be trifled with, especially when it means only one more year 'till the end of school and everything I despise about it - and yet here I am, falling asleep from hours of intense rollerblading and anti-allergy pills in extensive amounts. But I have to write about my numerous birthday celebrations, and not only from an altruistic point of view - this is in fact a very selfish post. You see, I feel the need to leave traces of this week on the Internet so as not to forget about everything that happened.

But then, you guys are probably more interested in the sartorial aspect of my celebrations, so clothes are what I'll give you with the briefest of comments about the celebrations themselves. Read on, don't be shy.

April 10, 2012


Hello, my lovely readers! As I'm writing these words I'm smiling. You know why? It's 'cause of you guys! I was actually about to forget all about this blog and give up when I realized that I had TWENTY followers on here already! It just makes me so happy to know that 20 people like my blog, read it, are actually interested in what I have to say. For that - thank you!

Today I actually have a new outfit to post! It was inspired by Alice in Wonderland (my namesake, in a way). I paired a Pepe Jeans baby blue tunic (which isn't actually supposed to be a minidress, lol) with my favourite black thigh highs and got a slightly darker spin of the tale. You can see the look on Lookbook, as usual, and here are a few bonus photos from the shoot which didn't work for the look but are too pretty not to be shown at least here!

I bought myself a new pair of boots for the spring - I'm just in love with them! 
The heel isn't too high, so they're super comfortable, but they're reaaallly cool despite the low heel!

One of my fave photos from the shoot - you can really see the embroidery on the tunic here. 
It's so well-made, I just fell in love with it! It really is like a fairytale. ~

I guess that's all for now. I'm leaving for Irkutsk (that's a Siberian city!) to participate in the final level of an English contest. Wish me luck!

Alice (in Wonderland?)