Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Been Gone Forever

Hey everyone!

Sorry I've been gone forever. We just moved and we're having technically difficulties (mainly the internet company is taking its sweet time getting over here and hooking us up) so internet is pretty scarce. I promise once the internet finally kicks back up, so will my blog!

Fear not!


Friday, 14 October 2011

Aaaand Friday

Comes every week. This week, I'm chic.
I have been unintentionally rhyming ALL. DAY.

I really like this outfit.



Paul Simon

...He wears sweaters, right?

Le belly.


Hugh Jackman

Wednesday was Hugh Jackman's birthday, and all I could find that reminded me of him was this jacket, so I sort of based the outfit around the jacket.

I am so manly.


National Coming Out Day

Tuesday was National Coming Out Day, so I wore as much color as I could muster:

Oh, yes.


Finnish Literature Day

Monday was Finnish Literature Day, and so I wore the flag colors, white and blue:


Thursday, 6 October 2011

Jesse Eisenberg

Wednesday was Jesse Eisenberg's birthday. He played the lead role of Mark Zuckerberg in "The Social Network" and won a lot of awards for it. And all he wore were t-shirts, jeans, hoodies, and converse.

 So iconic, I know. ;) I should have worn my big lenseless glasses.


Anne Rice

Tuesday was Anne Rice's birthday. In her honor, I dressed as Vampiric as I dared. (That's a lie - I could've gone farther. *Sly grin*)

 I think I pulled it off rather well, don't you?


Gwen Stefani

Monday was Gwen Stefani's birthday. Since her style of clothing varies so much, I decided to simply imitate her iconic makeup style. The rest is just me. ;)

Again, I'm sure everyone knew who I was. :P

Sunday, 2 October 2011


So by the time I actually got to school, I was wearing my lenseless glasses and my blue fishnet bow on the back of my head, so this isn't the full outfit. :(

See you next week! Yay midterms~


The Met

Thursday was the day the Met was founded. Everyone thought I mean the Metropolitan Opera... No, the Metropolitan London Police.

Wow, it was bright that morning.


Wednesday, 28 September 2011


Today is the day the pilot episode of the tv series, M*A*S*H was aired. I have seen every single episode. It stands for Mobile Army Surgical Hospital. Here is my rendition:

5 points if you get the joke on my t-shirt. (Note: it says "Just born for _____" at the top.)
And yes, this was my dad's marines uniform.


Avril Lavigne

Tuesday was Avril Lavigne's birthday. I do have ONE Abbey Dawn t-shirt (her fashion line) but luckily, I couldn't find it to save my life that day. So I... Improvised.

I think I got my point across.


T. S. Eliot

Monday was T. S. Eliot's birthday. Nobody knows who he is but the hipsters, so I was... A hipster. Also because I didn't just wanna wear a suit again... Gah, I need to start choosing more iconic characters...

Only one person that day knew who T. S. Eliot was. Everyone else thought I was Harry Potter. -_-"


Day I Came Back...

Psh, I don't even remember. I was so deadbeat.

Hahahaha. :)


Autumnal Equinox

On Thursday, it was the Autumnal Equinox, Joan Jett's birthday, and Billie Piper's 29th. I (sadly) did not get any pictures of this either, but I WILL describe it to you because I personally think it was genius. I did all three.

Autumnal equinox: I wore white on top and my black dress pants, symbolic of the day and night being the same length (equinox = equal night), and I wore fall colors in all my accessories.

Joan Jett: Eyeliner. Yeah, not very creative, but none of my other outfit ideas wore eyeliner, so...

Billie Piper: I loved her as Rose Tyler, and think that Ten/Rose will always be the best pairing in my FAVORITE TV SHOW, which if you don't know what I'm talking about, we can't be friends. (Just kidding - ask me next time you see me, or look it up...) and for her, I wore a side-zip, white, leather biker's jacket. It's sort of symbolic of her. She wears a sort of navy jacket kind of like mine in this picture:
Look at that bamf! Anyway, so that's what I wore basically.  Yep.

See you at school



Wednesday was the day of Virgil's death. A toga was all I could think of. And YES, I did get a lot of odd stares from the college students on the campuses we toured that day. No regrets.

Oh yeah. I got swag.