Shoes: Rubi Shoes
Rings: Forever New
Hello beauties! I'm so glad to finally be able to post this Outfit of the Day post up. It's probably my most favourite outfit so far, plainly because of how feminine, girly, elegant and chic it is.
I wore it for a 7th birthday this weekend and I was very pleased with my entire emsemble.
Also, my boyfriend's getting much, much, much better at shooting my photos. Just need to fine-tune it a bit by getting him to take a look at some of my favourite bloggers' photos!
A tad little of an update:
- I've been thinking about how I'm going to celebrate my 21st birthday. Considering I didn't have as big of an 18th birthday as I'd hoped for, I was thinking of bumping it up toward my 21st. In our culture, the ages 7, 18 and 21 are the big celebrations for a girl. They all ensure you to enter womanhood, therefore, a big party is thrown in your honor. Pretty cool, I reckon? I didn't have a big party for my 7th or 18th birthdays so I thought I'd make my 21st extra extravagant!
A fellow blogger, and childhood friend, and I have the same idea for a theme. It's her 18th birthday at the end of this year, so she'll be having hers before I have mine. But it's not a problem! I reckon it'll be fun since we can help each other out.
My brainstorming process is quite underway though, and trust me, it's a whole lot. I just hope I'll be able to scrounge up enough money for America, my fashion course(s) and my 21st birthday. I really hope I can get all of my ideas into reality when my 21st comes around. I would love it and it would be the best present ever!
- Pre-College has been fantastic so far! I always manage to corporate fashion into my work, homework and/or assignments. I love that we have the freedom to pick our preferred topics and what not. For my English essay, I'm doing it on "the advantages of fashion blogging in the industry" and for my Creative Writing class, we have to do an comparison essay report on a novel and film which feature the same theme/message, and I'm either doing The Devil Wears Prada movie and Confessions of a Shopaholic novel, with the theme of adoration for fashion/latest trends considering The Devil Wears Prada is about a fashion magazine industry and Confessions of a Shopaholic is about a shopaholic who clearly would be obsessed about the latest trends. But I'm still not sure.. I might do same title novel/film of either... I don't know. So confused! But either way, I have to buy both the books.. I was even thinking of doing Angus, Thongs & Perfect Snogging and the first book...
Til next time