SO I DROPPED MY PHONE IN THE TOILET.
What a sentence to open with and with that all content I had that I was going to do a week long worth of posts for was gone just like that. Some content I managed to grab before my phone entered it's final moments but sadly the smaller photos that could help me make a post are now done.
but I'm done traveling and now crying about school. GOOD JOB.
Anyway part one of my second trip to NY with 2.
DAY ONE OF MY VACATION
Is it ever really possible to stop working? Even when I'm not clocked in at work, not sitting in a lecture, working at my internship I feel my gears are running nonstop. With my ever so small desire to run this blog still around too it's hard to escape the guilt I feel on a constant basis.
I finally took some serious personal time to myself; a trip to the East Coast to be with my friend of 10 years. I went with
zero intention to come up with blog content, I didn't have the burden of schoolwork on my shoulders, and I halted my internship activities for this break.
It was a breath of fresh air just stepping down. I've been feeling extremely crazy inside for the longest time and so tired. To be in fashion on a 24/7 basis even me, a person who constantly does it admits it's not easy. Fashion is a complex thing and its linked to so much other things. So to be honest, to be only in fashion is the same thing as accepting your demise. You need to breathe and see what else is offered to truly expand the creative mind.
And with that intro, I'll start posting the pictures from my trip :)
I'm back in the Bay and more energized than ever
(but does that mean I'll pick up blogging again who knows.)
Taken way back in December I fondly remember this being my go to outfit. It was a part of my "I'm going to wear pants more consistently now phase" a month later I can confirm that yes, I'm wearing pants almost everyday
Leather and floral is still my favorite combination. I love mixing opposites together and floral and leather is the perfect mix.
BR BUTTON UP
Sup from the East Coast. I decided to take a much needed holiday and travel over to Virginia, DC, and obviously New York for some sightseeing and relaxing. I happened to also luck out and end up in weather very similar to the weather over in San Fancisco which sums up why I am still dressing for coldish weather.
The whole stereotype that artists are these filthy messy people is 90% a load of shit. We aren't filthy; atleast most of us and we are kind of not really that messy. We're more organized messy and you know why? It's because of all the supplies we have to carry.