środa, 20 kwietnia 2016

Teddy Boy

Truth to be told, I've been exposed to the teddy girl style not so long ago (just google it, just do it). When I first saw the pictures of those gorgeous ladies, I couldn't help but wonder if I weren't unintentionally ripping their outfits off - just look at what I'm wearing in today's post... Naaah, this is fashion, guys, there are no rules. Besides, I'm sure they weren't aiming for a strictly androgynous look but rather wearing masculine clothes in a feminine way. Totally not my cup of tea! I'm the one to go for the total boy or total girl outfit.

So, apart from being probably my most boyish outfit up to date, this is also the first one here that incorporates blue denim pants. I'm not a fan of the classic blue jeans - I think people are making way too much of a fuss about it being some kind of the ultimate universal piece of clothing. Truth to be told, I wear this pair only when all the other pants I own are dirty/being washed/drying after the washing; it's just too casual and too light for my taste. Here, however, I think it just perfectly toned down the bold jacket and lace-adorned shirt.

jacket, shirt - thrifted
pants - Fishbone

Photos by Marta, thank you so much!

środa, 13 kwietnia 2016

Squirrel Friend, girl version

Ah, mid-spring, the time for denim jackets and sheer 20 den tights... that turn out just a bit too light when you look at them standing in the sunlight... Shhh! I didn't say that. Anyway, this post marks the start of a series that has been on my mind for quite a long time: boy version vs. girl version. 

My genderfluidity is clearly visible here on the blog. In fact, I often put my clothes together in a way that can be easily changed into a girly/boyish outfit, usually depending on the choice of the bottom part + accessories, but sometimes it's just the general feel that is similar - as you have seen in my Valentine's Day and White Day looks, which, at first glance, don't seem to have much in common, but definitely share the same mood. Today, of course, I'm showing you the female version of my latest outfit post. 

The upper patter is basically the same, minus the cardigan. The other half, however, has been switched to a pretty lolita-ish skirt and my new super tall platform sneakers (which gave the whole look a bit of true sass). Also, you can't really see it, but my makeup is slightly different - I made my brows a bit more delicate while my eyeliner, on the contrary, got a bit bolder.

(oh gawd, these goosebumps. Just focus on the fabulous sneakers and remember that it's still a little too cold in the shadow.)

shirt, skirt, bag - thrifted

Photos by Marta, thank you so much!

środa, 6 kwietnia 2016

Squirrel Friend

These photos were shoot on a particularly sunny day back in February (by Klara, but it's kinda obvious - her amazing quality and one-of-a-kind atmosphere can be spotted at first glance). Honestly, it feels weird to look at myself from that time, because I feel like I was a completely different person living in some alternative reality back then...Well, to be honest, the location of this shoot itself feels like some alternative reality.

When you think of Warsaw, you certainly don't have any wild beaches on your mind, but... here it is! Even though the little squirrel friends on my shirt (what an adorable print, I swear) would probably prefer to jump into the woods, I don't think they were disappointed in this pretty place chosen by my friend.

As I said, seeing myself from two months ago feels unreal. So much has changed for me since that time, both for better and for worse. With my 25th birthday coming closer, I came to a conclusion that I need to stop just sitting and waiting for things to happen - so I decided to take some radical steps and start a big revolution in a few major areas of my life. So far, the future might not seem as sunny as the picture above, but still, I'm trying to follow this new path smiling just like here.

I've done it all before, but never on such scale and, well, never as a proper adult. There are moments when it gets really tough. Also, it's not like I got a full approval of these choices from the people that are dear to me. However, it's my life from now on - and I hope you'll continue to observe me on my journey!

shirt, cardigan, pants, bag - thrifted
shoes - H&M DIVIDED

Photos by Klara, thank you so much!

poniedziałek, 4 kwietnia 2016

Outfit recap: Easter (25.03.2016 - 29.03.2016)

 I spent the Easter (and a couple days before it) visiting my family. I can't carry anything heavy now due to health reasons (a doctor's order I kept ignoring for a year until it got really bad. Listen to what your doctor says!), so packing a lot of clothes and accessories for those five days wasn't an option. I just took two tops, two bottoms, a dress, a cardigan and two pairs of shoes - and tried to get as creative as possible with this! And while I came up with many great outfits, there was no selfie-suitable mirror to capture them... WAIT. Why not draw all those sets instead of taking pictures? This is exactly what I did and I'm going to share these drawings with you now!


A classic schoolboy look: red shirt with interesting prints (see it here) teamed with black skinny pants and a cardigan. I wore bright red socks to compliment the shirt's main colour, too.


It was a such an awful day! I got horribly sick, received some really bad news the evening before and had a hard time processing it, and on top of that I still had to look at least half decent since we had guests (I hope it explains my super tired expression here). I didn't take anything warm enough because most of my sweaters/sweatshirts were way too heavy to pack them into my suitcase. Fortunately, Dad let me borrow one of his finest sweaters which looked pleasantly oversize on me (and was cozy enough to keep me comfortable during the awful cold).


The elegant suede dress and patent shoes were what I wore for the Easter breakfast. Also, tried out this side ponytail thing. My hair is at this problematic length - I have no clue what to do with it.


Wearing the hell out of Dad's sweater in a girl version of Saturday's outfit.


Stepping up the boy chic game with a darker shirt and shiny shoes instead of platform sneakers. I had some formal matters to settle that day, so I wanted to look as smart as possible, haha.

All illustrations were done by me & coloured with Letraset Promarkers. If you like what you see, please visit my Facebook fanpage and Instagram for more drawings like these!

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