Tuesday, May 27, 2014


Embrace the inner unique-ness

I used to hate when people told me I was weird for liking what I liked or dressing the way I did, but now I embrace it more than ever. I rather be the only person in a group wearing a large neon yellow fur coat, barbie head platform shoes and claw nails, standing out then be like the rest of the crowd. These images inspire me and give me ideas for future clothing projects.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Vintage Crazy

So I've finally taken the plunge and decided to open an Etsy shop. I've always wanted to own a business of some kind and figured that Etsy would be the best place to start with that. Over the past couple of months I have collected a good amount of vintage clothing but that's just about it. I still have a lot of things to figure out when it comes to selling vintage and I've found that youtube, google and pinterest are the most information filled places if you're extremely serious and dedicated to doing anything involving vintage. 

Monday, April 28, 2014


I haven't had energy to do anything because of a terrible tooth ache/infection thats crippled me beyond belief. I have to wait until the middle of May to get these bastard wisdom teeth out. Way behind on regular life things, I've switched up and decided to take weird pictures like I used to do way back when.


Thursday, April 17, 2014


An absolute disarray of images that inspire me for my future online shop. Soon (and hopefully) I'll have everything together. I'm just going to stop pushing away the calling to be involved in clothing in some way or form and just embrace it. Life is for living.

Why the hell aren't I doing that?

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Sensual Being

I think theres a lot that a woman can learn about herself. One thing that has taken me a bit of forever (and still a long way to go) is to love and accept my body. And not just the skin color, texture, elasticity and blemishes, but the true mechanics of it. The pin pricks of pain and the warm tingles of need. I’ve also come to understand how taking great care of whats inside reflects greatly on the outside. Eating cleanly, stretching every morning, and even rubbing lotion on has taught me many things about myself. What was once something I was ashamed of and had wished to look and feel another way has become something that I’m learning to be very in love with. The texture of my hair, the stretch marks on my sides, the softness of my lower back…. Spending some time just discovering myself makes me so happy that I’m a girl and also so full of regret that for so many years I’ve let society, family, friends, media, etc. dictate how I should look and feel. 

I still have a bit more accepting to do and a lot of negative purging to left but I'm happy to say that I'm living for me. My happiness is whats important, and what's so happy about someone who's ashamed of their physical attributes? 

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