Happy Halloween, lovelies.
Have fun, be safe, don't be afraid to go wild.
P.S. If you haven't seen this movie, you should.
floral blouse: $20, Urban Planet
two-toned tights: $20, American Apparel
thrifted boots: $9, Value Village
I think I've got mud on every one of my shoes now. Vancouver weather, what can you do.
Last night, a friend and I ran across campus at night (in the rain, no less) to stalk the film crew and cast for The Company You Keep. I think we saw Richard Jenkins. A girl asked if we were part of the extras and I said "no" without even thinking about it, then quickly shouted "YES" when she laughed awkwardly and entered Hennings without us.
Today, a hugeass crowd gathered on Main Mall in front of the Chem building to watch Shia Labeouf take about 20 steps down the walkway with some blonde chick, over and over and over again. I was there too, for almost 2 hours. It was worth it.
My skin's breaking out bad again, not even just whiteheads anymore but the ones under the skin too. I think it's either from the new Biore foaming cleanser or the cheap-o Exact Dual Moisturizer (hey it was only $3!) that I've only recently started to use. I dunno. But it's still annoying. And I hate to say it, but the condition of my skin and how I look actually does affect my mood to some degree.
My friends helped me rearrange my room; now there's less mess, more room, and more fun to be had (i.e. sitting around in a circle on the floor, taking shots) or something like it.
It's the end of October, and I'm already pretty bored with the frat parties. Also, it's expensive to keep up, even if it's just every Friday night. That's like $15 worth of alcohol per person (to get tipsy), plus sometimes we have to pay $5-$10 just to get into a party. And that's like two hours we have to set aside beforehand to put on makeup (and put in contacts, for me) and dress up in good clothes and pre-drink. Just to go somewhere loud and dark to dance and get sweaty and get molested by randoms.
Anyway, there's a Zolas concert tonight (sort of) but I don't think I can go, because of a number of reasons, and I'm pretty upset.
Also, other things have happened, and I'm a bit embarrassed, maybe I'll explain it to you guys all sometime else.
Stay lovely, lovely.
|thrifted Navy cardigan: $10, Salvation Army; thrifted saddleshoes (falling apart unfortch): $3, Value Village; leopard tights: online, $8; frilly pink socks: Claire's, $2; shredded Superman shirt: swapped|
I turned the big one-eight (wow that sounds terribly corny) on October 9th. Happy (belated) birthday to me, hurrah. Oh and Happy (belated) (Canadian) (lol) Thanksgiving to you guys!
Thanks for being there, lovely.
I really mean it.
On a little side note, lemme tell you a story about a girl who had big dreams. When she was 14, she applied for a talent agency physically located in the States, and was accepted. Little did she know that... all they did was take $200 from their clients, put up a few pictures onto one webpage, and call it QuickBook Nationwide Worldwide. For 4 years, she never heard a word from such agency. And so last night, she decided to email her agent and basically demanded for all her pictures to be taken down, and pronounced it "a scam".
Did you enjoy that story? Probably not. It was a little depressing, I admit. Okay, next post: A Happy Story (: <3
You guys need to watch Awkward. because it is one of the most hilarious and original series I've watched since... well, forever. You won't be disappointed. If you live in the States, you can watch it here. If you live in Canada, here (illegally). Lols all around.
HEY I'M ALSO LURKING ON...
Well then... off to Big Brothers Dropoff it goes.
Responding to your kind, wise comments:
@Cindy, @Angie, and @Nancy - Thanks (:
@Asuka - My glasses are mostly okay... a bit lopsided now, but I think I'll just pop into Lenscrafters or something and demand a free fix hahah.
@Caroline - My jacket is actually just a hand-me-down flannel shirt on top of a thin hooded cardigan. I like to layer. Mostly 'cause I'm too poor atm to go buy a proper "fall/winter" jacket.
So... I've got a question for my lovely readers:
Should I continue to post the prices and brands of each item of clothing? 'Cause most of what I wear is thrifted and/or bought on sale...
Anyway, give me critiques, comments, questions, whatever.
I'll answer 'em.