I interviewed Christi Hang for Hearty Magazine.
Check it out HERE.

I interviewed Christi Hang for Hearty Magazine.

Check it out HERE.

wood wood, spring 2012

wood wood, spring 2012

pabal gurung, ss12
please don’t go anywhere cut-outs. it’s the easiest diy fashion trend. plus, i’ve already got holes in everything! one pair of my jeans totally shows my left butt cheek! it’s edgy. 

pabal gurung, ss12

please don’t go anywhere cut-outs. it’s the easiest diy fashion trend. plus, i’ve already got holes in everything! one pair of my jeans totally shows my left butt cheek! it’s edgy. 

dazed and confused, february 2010

dazed and confused, february 2010

'the voodoo you do' dress by american gold
via highsnobette
i love those side cut-outs!

'the voodoo you do' dress by american gold

via highsnobette

i love those side cut-outs!

cybele, summer 09 

cybele, summer 09 

daisy lowe for her mama’s collection at peacocks
it’s only 40 pounds for that dress. i’ve been flirting with the idea of going to london in february even though it might be silly to spend that much money. all the reasons just keep adding up though…friendships, western culture, this dress. it would probably make sense to go to vietnam instead. damn.

daisy lowe for her mama’s collection at peacocks

it’s only 40 pounds for that dress. i’ve been flirting with the idea of going to london in february even though it might be silly to spend that much money. all the reasons just keep adding up though…friendships, western culture, this dress. it would probably make sense to go to vietnam instead. damn.

sandra bucklund spring/summer 2011

sandra bucklund spring/summer 2011

twisted middle maxi dress by shakuhaci
when people say that they’re “just not into clothes” or “really hate shopping” i just don’t get it. do you hate sleeping too? or chips? or excellent hair conditioner? crazy.
sometimes i think i should go to grad school for creative writing because i caught some sort of writing disease that makes me sick if i don’t do it…and then i evaluate my reaction to online window shopping and i think magazine editorial is the place for me.
life decisions are so hard! i don’t even know what colour to dye my hair! every time i pass a mirror it’s like, “natural brown or redo the honey”??? that’s right. i just called my hair colour, “honey”. more of an ombre honey now. whoever invented ombre as the euphemism for grown out roots was a hero.
maybe i’ll start writing a book about living in cambodia. or a play about pica disorder. it’s a toss-up.

twisted middle maxi dress by shakuhaci

when people say that they’re “just not into clothes” or “really hate shopping” i just don’t get it. do you hate sleeping too? or chips? or excellent hair conditioner? crazy.

sometimes i think i should go to grad school for creative writing because i caught some sort of writing disease that makes me sick if i don’t do it…and then i evaluate my reaction to online window shopping and i think magazine editorial is the place for me.

life decisions are so hard! i don’t even know what colour to dye my hair! every time i pass a mirror it’s like, “natural brown or redo the honey”??? that’s right. i just called my hair colour, “honey”. more of an ombre honey now. whoever invented ombre as the euphemism for grown out roots was a hero.

maybe i’ll start writing a book about living in cambodia. or a play about pica disorder. it’s a toss-up.

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