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Anonymous said: Hey, just wondering if you were ever able to figure out how to buy that Fucking Chanel cap from the korean designer. Thanks!
No, apparently they don’t ship internationally so the best way would probably to find a contact in Korea and ask them to order it and send it to you~
If I were to start knitting custom hats once all my exams and shit are over, would anyone actually buy one?
Camo Swing Vest - Mango (London)
High Waist Shorts - Monki (London)
Zip-Through Skirt - River Island (Belfast)
"Moon Watcher" Tank - Bershka (Dublin)
Molang Slippers - eBay
sarangyeol said: I saw your post about the fucking chanel hats and I've been having the same problem aka I need it. So I talked to a korean friend who did some research. They don't ship internationally and you probably have to preorder it. That's what she told me. /sobs in the corner.
Aw man :(((
Forever 21 top // Pull&Bear shorts // Zara vest // Asos.com boots & accessories.
I tried to dye my hair lavender for the craic but it came out really bad and patchy and I didn’t like it even though everyone else did but thankfully it’s fading out now and it’s actually finally at the colour I was trying to achieve initially now (lighter than this picture, I’ve washed it since) but it really isn’t worth the effort oh well~
The thing about leggings is that, unless you’re willing to pay a fortune (Black Milk, American Apparel~), they’re always made from really shitty quality thin fabrics that will stretch beyond belief unless you buy them like three sizes too big, but that isn’t the look you’re going for if you’re buying leggings. So unless your legs are twigs and you don’t have hips to speak of or unless you’re wearing nude non-vpl underwearz, your panties are gonna be on display to anyone walking behind you. And I’m not saying that’s necessarily a bad thing if that’s what you’re into, but I personally hate seeing it and I hate it happening to me and that is why I only ever wear these New Look leggings with a top long enough to cover my butt (and only ever with high boots cause they’re short leggings and I have issues with my lower legs, but that’s an entirely different story).
When it comes to jeggings, it’s a little bit better. I’m not talking about Primark’s shitty excuse for jeggings which were so popular a few years ago because they’re exactly the same story as above, but I really enjoy a good pair of jeggings made from a decent fabric (usually heavier cotton, thicker and more forgiving than legging fabric) with functional back pockets and a side seam. They’re also really good if you’re on the petite side like me and have problems finding skinny jeans which actually fit you properly (asos is my only hope). Mine are from Abercrombie & Fitch.
I’m not sure if “treggings” is actually a word but I’m pretty sure I have heard it before. Trouser-leggings hooray! The thing about these are that they usually have a zipper or buttons or some other kind of fastening so that they don’t need to stretch and the entire panties problem is eliminated entirely. And since they don’t need to stretch they tend to be made from thicker, more opaque (non-stretchy) fabrics and generally just be far better quality. I got this amazing pleather-fronted pair from Zara (surprise surprise) a few weeks ago and I have worn them to death. Yay!