1 Yes, yes, yes. A big fat ‘no’ to the shoes. 2 That shirt sculptes to the body very well. 3 Yes to the face and to pants and to the shoes.
^Images via vogue runway.
I got this backpack for Christmas, and though it pains me to say it, it will replace my hand-me-down leather backpack that is a few heavy loads away from falling apart. That I will have to retire and only bring out… Well, that is if this one can stand the test of time.. And books, note pads, pouches, chargers and all that other crap I drag with me every day.
^Wearing green shirt from Lindbergh, pants American Apparel.
^Dapper Dan fall-issue. Photographer Paolo Zerbini, styling Stephen Mann. Photo via models.com.
This upcoming 17 day long break from school has been long awaited. I’m ready to charge up my batteries, which is probably what I’m most excited about, even if you throw the Christmas celebration itself into the mix.
For last couple of days I have… 1 worn a striped, ala a man in an ice cream parlor, shirt, cashmere turtleneck and of course black pants. I have also struggled getting up in the mornings, but I always wear uncomplicated items anyway. 2 An example of the latter; jeans that look like dress pants. Yes! 3 Having an in-depth study in my Norwegian class, we have had to read three books this semester. I have chosen taboo as my topic, therefore I have read several erotic novels, which are Albertine from 1886, Sangen om den røde rubin from the 50s. The late 60s novel, Uten en tråd, is the last book I read and this is where my notes stem from. I find them all very interesting, because on the surface of the plot it is all orgasms, nudity and elaborate depictions, but when you get deeper into the story, all the writers rebel against certain boundaries set up society.
Have a joyful holiday!