Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Vintage CK duster cardigan. F21 bodysuit.
This vintage CK duster thingy is really something. Very Spring 2011, and very Jennifer Aniston circa 1998 (worn with a white tank and blue jeans, nonetheless.) Decided to take a more avant-garde route and do it with one of my favorite things to go out at night in, my F21 bodysuit that I wore for Halloween.
Hope you all had a great Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzah, Solstice, etc. Can you believe it's almost 2011?! No plans for New Years yet, I can't even think of what to wear!
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Photos by Youngandsleek.com and lookbookla.com.
Vintage faux fur coat. Fruit of the Loom sweater. H&M sweatpants. F21 wedges.
I went to one of my favorite L.A. places this weekend, Freakcity LA. I wore sweats. Yes, sweats. Had a great time, if you can't tell from these photos.
Christmas is like four days away. Umm WTF? Where did 2010 go?
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Vintage linen blazer and shirt. H&M pants. Nameless sandals.
I've been looking at these McQueen-esque pants for a while now and finally got them when they went on sale for the undeniable price of 10 dollars. Kept it simple and conservative on top with nude colors. This may be one of my all time favorite outfits.
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Vintage faux fur coat. F21 bodysuit.
I've been wearing this great vintage coat ever since I got it on Monday. It reminds of one that I never got around to buying at Zara. Its overall functionality (it's really warm) and versatility make it a winner in my book.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
This weekend, I did one of my favorite things: Gallery hopping. While hopping, I made my usual trip to Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art gallery. They always have some sort of retrospective gallery featuring a well known artist (or a collection of works from well known artists) and this time around they were showing "Interruption" by Joe Sorren. I have never heard of Sorren before then, and I must say, I am now quite the hardcore fan. In my time at his exhibition, I was floored, humored, moved, and most importantly, inspired. His work remonds me of a cross between George Condo and Yashimoto Nara. I've chosen to post some of my favorites from the exhibit, and I recommend google-ing him if you are an art fanatic as I am. My favorite one is that last one, with the white monster. I somewhat connected with the guy in my, like, five minutes in front of the painting. Look at it and play Annie Lennox's "Lost" in the background. And prepare to feel emotion.