This dress isn’t new, I just haven’t worn it in a while. I got it at Suzy Shier a few years ago. Pink and orange have never really been colours I wear a lot of, although I have been wearing more pink this summer. I don’t own very many orange clothes. But I like this dress. My navy blue cardigan is from La Vie En Rose. I don’t have any orange sweaters, and I felt if I wore my pink one it would just be too bright of an outfit. My pink flip flop necklace is from UBC and my pink flip flop earrings are from Claire’s. I really like these pieces of jewellery because they showcase my love for shoes without me having to actually buy a new pair of shoes. My pink bracelet is from a Christmas craft fair at Steveston Community centre in Richmond last year and my orange ring is from the Greek Day street festival on West Broadway in June.
Red is a strong and bold colour, so why not wear it as often as you can? This dress is more of an orangey red, but it’s still a good red. I got this dress from my favourite street festival vendor at Carnaval del Sol at Pacific Conford Place. It is the same style as my favourite blue dress, but with the added designs and peacock feathers on the bottom. I love this style because you don’t even have to worry about a back and a front because it’s exactly the same either way you put it on. And it’s so comfortable and stretchy and flowy.
I got my red sweater from Sirens, I think. I just noticed there is sadly a hole in the sleeve. So I did what any capable adult would do, and I stapled that hole shut in my office. I’m ever so resourceful with my office supplies. I got my necklace from Greek Day on Broadway and my earrings from Car Free Day on Main Street. I got my ring from UBC. I don’t actually know where I got my bracelet from. It just sort of turned up and I was like alright, I’ll wear it.
I love long dresses because you don’t have to shave and no one will know. Unless you decide to blog about how you haven’t shaved. I got this long dress at the Khatsahlano Street Festival on West 4th last month. I’m used to buying a lot of shorter dresses, so this one was kind of different and I loved the colour scheme. When I left the house this morning, my dad asked “New dress?” and I said “What do you mean by new?” and he said “You haven’t worn it to work yet?” and I said “Yeah.” How much time has to pass before an item is no longer considered new?
I got this purple sweater at H&M at Richmond Centre. My black necklace is from Claire’s and my black bracelet is from a Christmas craft fair at Stevetson Community Centre in Richmond last year. My purple clothespin earrings and my purple ring are both from Greek Day on Broadway. Sadly, my hair is no longer straight. Because I washed it again and it takes a long ass time just to dry, so forget straightening. But I think it’s still slightly less messy than it was when it was longer.
I got this dress at the Caribbean Days festival at Waterfront Park in North Vancouver a few weeks ago. It was the same day that I got my haircut. I liked this dress because I thought it was really unique and I don’t own anything else like it. My black sweater is from Forever 21. My necklace is from Sears and my earrings are from Car Free Day on Main Street. My bracelet is from Carnaval del Sol at Pacific Concord Place and my ring is from the Blim Market festival downtown.
I got this dress at H&M. I may or may not have bought it specifically for Canada Day because it’s red and white. I wore it on the first day of the month, so why not wear it again on the last day of the month? I got my black sweater from Suzy Shier. My necklace is from Fan Expo and my earrings are from Claire’s. My bracelet is from Sears and my ring is from UBC. I tried touching up my nails with glitter polish but they’re still pretty chipped. I restraightened my hair again, but it keeps unintentionally flipping out at the bottom.
I’m wearing makeup today because it’s my birthday. Or at least I was. Let me tell you how I failed today. I bought this new fiber lash mascara on Car Free Day and decided to try it out this morning. But I screwed that up and ended up having a huge amount of fibers just getting in my eyes. All morning it was irritating me and then I looked in the mirror and noticed my eye was red. It was early afternoon and I had no makeup remover with me, so I had to attempt to remove all my eye makeup with a paper towel and water. And of course I was wearing a lot of it. I’m pretty sure there are still some fibers stuck in my eyes and now there are darker circles under my eyes and it probably looks like I’ve been crying. So my review of fiber lash mascara, is don’t do it, especially if you’re prone to screwing things up. At least with my eye being red, it matches my dress?
I’m happy to report that there have been no wardrobe malfunctions today. Yet. Perhaps I can make it through the whole day without incident. I got this purple dress at the Fiji Day festival at Swanguard Stadium in Burnaby a few weeks ago. It was at this point that my friend yelled at me for buying too many dresses. She later apologized and said she only yelled because she was hungry. But she’s right, I do have a lot of summer dresses now. But that’s pretty much all I wear right now. Most people have several pairs of jeans and several pairs of shorts. I don’t. I have my dresses.
I got this white sweater at Old Navy at Richmond Centre. I don’t wear white that often. I never really thought it looked that good on me, and it also tends to get dirty rather quickly. I got my necklace at the Blim Market festival downtown a few weeks ago. Wait, I lied when I said there had been no malfunctions today. As I was walking down the hall earlier, I kicked something on the floor. It was the pendant of my necklace that had somehow fallen off. Luckily, I was able to put it back on the chain. I may need to get some pliers to secure it and ensure it doesn’t fall off again.
I got my earrings at Claire’s and my iPhone case at Aldo, both downtown. I got my bracelet at Carnaval del Sol at Pacific Concord Place a few weeks ago. I don’t have any purple bracelets so I decided to go with white. My ring is from Boca Raton Designs at Greek Day. My nail polish is chipping at an alarming rate. I should’ve put on a top coat sooner. Does my hair look dirty to you? That’s because it is. And I like it that way.
My pineapple dress is from H&M and my grey sweater is from Jacob. My necklace is from UBC and my bracelet is from Dollarama. My ring is from Boca Raton Designs at Greek Day and my #SELFIE iPhone case is from Aldo. I got these earrings at Claire’s. They have cats on them. Because why not? I’m not a cat lady. I’ve never even owned a pet. But if I were to ever own one in the future, it would most likely be a cat. I haven’t washed my hair since I got it cut on Saturday. And I don’t plan on doing so anytime soon. I’m still trying to figure out the longest amount of time I can possibly go without washing it. I also painted my nails. Badly. They’ll most likely be chipped by tomorrow. But my hair looks good, so nothing else matters, right?
I got a haircut a couple days ago at Salon Prive on Arbutus. I had a Groupon for a haircut and highlights. So you no longer have to see my long, messy, frizzy hair. Apparently that trend didn’t catch on for some reason. I bought this dress from my favourite vendor at the Khatsahlano Street Festival a few weeks ago. My black sweater is from Sirens. I got my necklace at the Blim Market Festival downtown a couple weeks ago and my bracelet from Sears. My earrings and my ring are from Greek Day on Broadway a few weeks ago.
Now I’m going to see how many days I can possibly go without washing my hair in order to maintain this current look.
I decided to wear this blue dress again since blue is my favourite colour. I got it at Italian Day on Commercial Drive last month. The matching blue sweater is from Forever 21 on Robson. I got my blue necklace from Payless at Lansdowne Centre and my blue earrings from Claire’s on Granville. I got my blue and gold bracelet is from the Khatsahlano Street Festival on West 4th a couple weekends ago. I finally got myself a blue ring on Sunday at the Blim Market Festival downtown on Granville. I like buying jewellery from local vendors that’s crafty and unique. And my #SELFIE iPhone case is from the Aldo outlet store on Granville.
I went with classic black and white today. This top is from Costa Blanca. My friend gave it to me for my birthday a few years ago. My black sweater is from Forever 21 and my black pants are from Old Navy. I think black pants and a black sweater are two essential components of any wardrobe. But I’m glad I don’t have a dress code that requires me to wear them on a daily basis like I did at Jacob. My long necklace is from Payless. I remember when I was walking down Main Street on Car Free Day, looking at the jewellery in one of the booths, the woman there said she liked my necklace and asked where I got it. When I told her Payless, she was like “What? Payless? Really?” in a confused and judgemental tone. I thought “Really, you’re judging me for where I bought my jewellery even though you yourself said it was nice?”. I didn’t buy anything from her. I did buy these white earrings from another vendor at Car Free Day though. I got my bracelet at Carnaval del Sol on Sunday and my ring at UBC a while ago.