05 October 2008

As promised, lots of pictures. The goddamn tutorial video won't work at all; I've tried everything short of chicken sacrifice. Looks like I'll have to take it with a lo-fi camera. Stupid HD converter. Anyway, here is what I wore this week, going backwards from Friday...



My black sheer Capelet, tied up randomly and collar twisted. Wore with thrifted white sheer jacket, flower opaque tights from Sock Drawer, and my Betty's. Damn right I gave them a name.

I don't think it's obvious that I saw the Balmain and Helmut Lang collections right before I wore this, but I did. Originally I was going for the sci-fi fiction kind of thing I saw in some of the Balmain outfits (sorry guys, I thought the sparkly was tacky; wasn't my favorite collection by any means). I lost it with the tights and sheer capelet but I like it more now.

This jacket is so versatile it's ridic. I've worn it at least 7 ways in one day. Best $1 I ever spent.

I wore this around my neighborhood when I got home on Thursday. I found a handful of vintage silk dresses in my closet and one of them was this one. My mom made it, I think; she's been in a foul mood lately so I am too scared to ask her. I love it so much though. Walking in it is a dream.

This is what happen when you wake up two hours early two days straight for two hours of classes you don't understand.


I actually really despise this outfit because the skirt is a pain in the ass and always ends up crooked. I do love my Ralph Lauren vintage boots though. I need to get the soles fixed. New total of shoes to go to cobbler: 10. I AM DISPLEASED, SHOE GODS.




Everything in this outfit was a gift from someone. Shirt from helloagainvintage (I miss you guys) from Jew, Harem pant jumpsuit from Zoe, Steve Madden shoes from my dad for 8th grade graduation. I think I've worn them like 3 times.

I'm missing Monday's and another outfit but whatever son. I bet you've all gone to sleep by now anyway. This is a typical week for me, though. Hope you forgive me for not posting! Cheers.

edit: stupid photobucket!

32 comments:

sammi-lise ^_^ said...

I like the floral tights, and all your shoes look amazing on you. Although I am not much of a fan of the Steve Maddens, the rest are great. Very creative outfits too.

Have fun!

The Stylish Wanderer said...

I disagree with you on the Balmain thing, and the outfit you dont like. I think you look like your own version of wonderwoman!

YOU LOOK FANTASTIC IN EVERY SINGLE PICTURE...that is whats ridic. And I <3 that silk dress.

BTW, what tutorial?

J. said...

i don't know how, but you make those harem pants look sexy every time! the cape and the floral tights are gorgeous and all of the pics are adorable. brilliant post, actually. i liked every outfit :)

jess said...

I love the shirt in the last outfit. I really like the outfit you don't.

Ana said...

I am madly in love with all your outfits and just might be saving them in my inspiration folder.

hazel said...

i adore the silk dress.

Cakemaster said...

I love all these outfits, even the one you hate.
Why do you always have to look fabulous haha

M said...

lovee your outfits so much!
i think i might need to get a pair of floral tights myself!

Zoƫ said...

hahahahaha

belle.chantelle said...

i la la la love your style! it's so boheme, yet victorian...and a bit of a middle-eastern prince rolled into one. I'm totally bookmarking you!

Tavi said...

All loveeeeely outfits. My favorite is the one with the orange silk dress. It's such a nice color and looks HAWT FLY FIERCE on you. The floral tights are also God. I need to buy a cape.

Dammit I still have to do that science thing. I HATE ECOLOGY.

Wendy said...

The lacey jacket is bliss! And the harem pants mean you rule.

Fashion Fille said...

aaaaaaaaah love it! how did you tie the cape to make that amazing dress? i loooove it!

Amelia said...

Those harem pants are seriously amazing. I love all the outfits, especially what you did to the dress in the first one. I'm really envious of your $1 jacket.

nv said...

i love the floral tights, they look great

FASHIONJUNK said...

love the first and second picture!

Anna Pope said...

I can't decide which outfit I love best because they all rock. But those tights are so cool.

laia. said...

those harem pants look truly AMAZING on you.

have I said that I am totally jealous about your long hair? because I am.

beccajanie said...

i love the tights - fabulous.

saray said...

great outfit! i really liked the first two..
the floral tight with that dress are great!

Isabel said...

Arabelle, you are so gorgeous and stylish that it slays me! I adore your pictures and am utterly consumed with jealousy for Tavi, because she is your spouse.

Emlyn said...

I LOVE YOUR STYLE.

leah said...

i loooove all of these outfits! especially the sheer caplet (swooooning) and the floral tights with those steves...you pull them off great, i haven't seen anyone do them justice until now.

instantvintage said...

If you didn't come back with a vengeance! Great looks, babe.

Oh, and I tagged you!

Grace said...

I want all your shoes!!!!

Lauriane said...

honestly, you're the most original teen I've seen..and that's coming from another teen.

WendyB said...

Great harem pants.

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Dana (MODAna) said...

I like the Aladdin pants, I've been contemplating those. What do you think?
Funny oyu have a friend you call Jew

Andee said...

I'm in love with your floral tights!! also all of the outfits are to die for. you have a great sense of style!

yasmin said...

oh wow you are really pretty! and i like your clothes :)

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