Saturday, January 12, 2013

Skinny Khaki and My Favourite Cap

Hey y'all! Hope you're all doing well! 
So, I've made one of my new year resolutions to post more on my blog, and also adding to that, to post at least once a week. With that said, here's my weekly post! 
My family and I were supposed to go down the hill (people up here in the high desert call going down to bigger urbanized cities such as L.A., Diamond Bar... etc anywhere but cities in the high desert as going "down the hill" because technically, we do live on a hill. Just a huge one. Think mountain-like.) but as change of plans, we couldn't make the trip. So, instead, I decided to just hang around the house, and watched a movie with my dad. 
In this outfit, I'm wearing my pleather motorcylce jacket, black knitt sweater, two layered necklaces, Boston Red Sox cap, khaki skinnies, and ivory flats that I found in a big shoe box in the garage. 
This is a really neutral outfit, great for any occassion, I guess. Esepecially for a "Romantic Date". Haha, I kid I kid, I joke. 















Sunday, January 6, 2013

New, from December moving onto January 2013


I recently got glasses; need to start wearing glasses for when taking notes in class and when I drive... Meh.
New phone case. And about time! My other one, which was just a clear hard-rubber case with white borders was getting so dirty and impossible to clean... This blue one was like $26... Why are phone cases so expensive?
Rose Salve lip balm for like $5 from Bath and Body Works. 
And finally, this cute Tony Moly peach lip balm from Korea! Gotta love dem connections.



Leather and Baroque

Well, long time no see again!
First semester seriously flew by like a pre-teen flipping through a Seventeen magazine... I don't know, something like that, something very swift. Quite pleased with my final grades for the semester, just hope that I can keep it up until May..! Graduation date is on May 30th, and Prom is sometime in April. Ohoho. 
Well moving onto my OOTD, just decided to kick it in my cool baroque printed pants and some leather and pleather. 
I've had this pleather jacket for over 3 years now, and still going strong! It's a definite staple in my closet and goes in my top ten must's for fall/winter wear. Luckily it's not super duper freezing out in the afternoon so this jacket does just the job in keeping me decently warm. 
The pants are from Marshall's. Yes. Marshall's. The clothing store that you always drive by, but never have actually gone into. If you haven't been in Marshall's before, I highly recommend it! You will never know what nice things you could run into. Unless you try. 
As for my boots, these babies are pretty new to the family. I got them around three weeks ago from Urban Outfitters and I've loved them ever since. They didn't look as appealing online, but I really wanted some classic black chelsea's so I just went with them, and so glad I did. 
Hope everyone had a productive/safe/fun winter break, or just the past two weeks! 
I really think I'm going to make a new year's resolution to make more POSTS! I keep on having these huge time gaps between all my posts.... le sigh. 












Friday, October 12, 2012

Feels Like Autumn

Today really does feel like nice autumn weather. I'm LOVING it. Although I get cold really easily and when I am cold, I can't bear it, I'm really excited that the autumn season is finally here! To me, autumn means anoraks, dark skinnies, boots, warm fuzzy socks, scarves, beanies, and darker nail polish colors- ch'yeaaah. Oh, and not to mention, college applications, college selections, and the never ending feeling of SATs and ACTs........... Sorry if that made you feel not as good as you were at the beginning of this post. 

 Happy Fall! 





Wearing: Forever 21 anorak, American Apparel stripped crop tee, American Apparel burghundy scarf, American Apparel high waisted black skinnies, Steve Madden half-spiked loafers.
Lips: Revlon Wine With Everything





Friday, September 14, 2012

Something Different

Bueno~ So, today I'm going to post something a little different than my usual shstuff. Ever since my senior year of high school started earlier in August, I'm taking AP 2-D Studio Art class as my elective. I was so excited to find out that for this course, you can most definitely incorporate or revolve your art work around photography. There are two types of assignments that I'm supposed to have completed by the end of the school year; Breadth and Concentration. Breadth is just a general assignment category where my pieces can vary from different styles of photography, or whatever I'm going to use to make art. Concentration is the assignment category where I had to chose a specific theme for my photos/art pieces, and for my theme I chose Terrestrial Elements (Earth, Air, Fire, Water). Also, by the end of the year I have to have 12 art pieces from each category completed and from then on, I'm going to have to select 5 of my best pieces for the AP 2-D test/project for the AP board.
At first I thought my theme would be a really boring and un-creatively fun one, but turns out that it isn't as easy as I thought it would be! And it is quite fun! I get a lot of support from friends and family and it's great~ So, I just wanted to share some of the works that I have submitted to my teacher so far! Hope you enjoy.


Breadth piece #1

Concentration piece #1 (Earth category)

Breadth piece #2

Concentration piece #2 (Air category from my theme)


Tuesday, September 4, 2012

NEW YAWK CITY

Alright guys, I'm alive. Haven't touched my blog in the longest time... Been busy with school, tennis, and just spending time with family, friends and leboyfran. Here's a little something from my trip to New York City this past weekend~











Inside the Guggenheim!


















Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Webcam sha-bam

So, I was bored (I should be working on my SAT prep school hw), and I'm not going out anywhere today, and so I decided to play dress up. The only "out" part that I'm incorporating in my day is that we might get take-out later on in the evening for dinner.

I put on my super-tight black "easy" jeans from American Apparel. Haha, they're aren't so easy if you put comfort into the picture. I haven't worn the pants out yet, and before I do I'm going to wear it from time to time in the house to stretch them, because currently they're a bit stretched from the starting point when I first bought them. That was when these pants were extremely tight, like my legs were suffocating. Was a bitch to put on, and take off. Anyways, with the jeans, I wore a basic burghundy tank top and I knotted it in the middle. I also wore my newly jazzed-up denim jacket I got from Marshall's- added spikes to the upper arm. I was originally going to spike both arms, but looking at it again with just one arm done, I think I might just leave it as is?

 Lavender nails against forrest green. Mhmm.





 Circle scarf fettish. This one's from AA.

 Light denim and burghundy should get married.