Light Red | Upgrading Aesthetic

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

(Because apparently pink is too overrated. Hey, at least I didn't say "light blood orange".)
   I have returned! Hah, didn't take me that long this time now, did it? (heh I'm applauding myself right now).
    This is an outfit I've been wanting to post for a while now, and it was quite lovely outside the other day, so I figured I might as well get to it (especially with all this high-school-teachers-on-strike business going onyeah, my teachers are on strike at the moment and school is out.) Honestly speaking though, this strike is worrying me. I'm feeling pre-stress because of all the work we'd have to catch up on if we get back to school and just.....happy thoughts, Safia. :) 
   Oh yeah, and I did a milkmaid braid (zoella's tutorial), which is a hairstyle I rarely do . Tryna "jazz things up a bit", so to speak.
  I was given this dress as a gift from my parents for my 16th birthday (LINK TO MY BIRTHDAY POST). It's absolutely gorgeous, and I adore the material. The fit isn't the best on me, but I love it for its lace detailing.
NECKLACES: (as a set): FOREVER 21//RIBBON CHOKERit's literally just a ribbon tied around my neck
    I decided to wear these pretty old, beat up, pink moccasin-style flats. You know, to keep the whole pink aesthetic going.
FLATS: ARDENE (They don't sell these anymore. Like I said, they're old.)
tfw you try to be 007 and fail miserably because you tripped while attempting to spin
SUNGLASSES: ARDENE (They don't sell these anymore either...sensing a theme here.)
Although I paired it with black leggings, I would recommend that if you own something like this, wear it with white skinny jeans.
I probably should've put a warning on this post saying "MANY GIFS TO FOLLOW: YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED"....oh well. Too late.
 
Here, have a hearteu~
And I'd just like to finish off saying that you are looking:



Update/P.S: In tragic news, a second earthquake struck Nepal today, this one measuring a dangerous 7.4 on the Richter scale. To aid Nepal in its recovery, the Canadian government has said it will match dollar-to-dollar all eligible donations to World Vision. Please kindly donate and help Nepal. More details and the donation form can be found here. If you don't live in Canada, you may donate here. Remember, every little bit counts.

(s.n.s)





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