The weather in New England has been really weird lately. One day it would be raining cats and dogs and the next day would be really sunny and hot. And the Hurricane Irene that everyone is talking about doesn't make me feel anymore optimistic about the weather at all for the next few days.
I have been having an appetite-loss lately. Not all the time, but some days, I would just eat nothing the whole day and forget about getting something to eat. Maybe I smoke too much hookah?
Anyhow, these booties have been my favourite booties of all time. They are comfortable, versatile, and very very inexpensive.
Blazer: thrift from Savers/Laptop sleeve: eBay/Bag: Kenneth Cole/City shirt: Calvin Klein/Jeggings: HUE
The school year is starting next week. I have work and class all day everyday. So busy. Hopefully Megumi and I will be able to co-ordinate some hours to photoshoot every week!
Posted by Sue & Megu at 5:05 PM
Jeans: Tailored/Shoes: Charles & Keith/Shirt: thrift Savers/Bag: Kenneth Cole
I love the color of this photo, so filmy. I also love the sunnies I got from a friend from London. I went to Identity Festival last Saturday. The line-up wasn't all my favorite, but I ended up having a lot of fun anyway. When I went back my neck was sore, also my right arm. 8 hours of jumping around and going crazy. Avicii was good, but DJ Chuckie was even (surprisingly) better. But you know what is my favourite though? KASKADE! My heart now belongs to him. Kaskade has long been in my top fav list, but I would never even imagine him to be that good. Nervo was also really amazing too, they are both chic, blonde and their music is crazy.
I am looking forward for Electric Zoo!
Posted by Sue & Megu at 4:49 PM
(H&amp;M top, Thrifted kid's blazer, Urban Outfitters acid wash jeans, BCBG shoes, Thrifted bag)
I become quite crazy when it comes to blazers. I don't know how many I own, but all I know is that I have A LOT. They are my first thing I go for when I need an extra spice to my outfit, or when I want to make my outfit a little posh-like. Oh, and can we talk about how awesome my BCBG shoes are? They are super high-heels but super comfortable. Downside: I become a giant. But I'm kinda over it now. Besides, I love it when I'm able to surprise people's expectations; not all Asians are short :-)
The last couple of pictures are all made by my friend and her boyfriend. They are the cutest couple I've ever met in my whole life. I just want to put them in my pocket, haha. They actually made the whole thing from scratch...wow talk about talent.
On another note, I went to IKEA today with my bf and bought a couple of photo frames and a book shelf. I spent the entire afternoon building the book shelf and decorating my room. And now, it looks so much better! I think I like it more than my room back in Japan, not gonna lie. The room back home is full of unnecessary stuff that I'm already dreading from thinking about how much things I have to throw away when I return home. I wish I had an ability to transport and replace a room. Sigh.
(Forever 21 plaid shirt, CLEF DE SOL denim shorts, Urban Outfitters lace-up boots, Thrifted bag)
Sue and I went to a local thrift shop, Savers, the other day. We both signed-up for membership card beforehand, so we got 25% off our entire purchases. So I only had to pay total of $6 for an oversized white sweater & a navy shirt! Now you know why we are so obsessed with thrifted clothes.
We stopped by a Viet restaurant on our way back to have dinner. We ordered spicy beef, chicken curry, and one thai iced tea boba & green tea mochi to share. Is it just me or is it funny that what is called "Vietnamese restaurant" serves other Asian cuisine like thai iced tea and mochi? But I guess it's good for someone who wants to eat all kinds of Asian gourmet in one sitting.
We then went back to the university campus and played piano & sang for a while (more like, Sue played & sang and I was foolishly dancing around and taking pictures). I have a weird obsession with making all piano pictures black & white. I still haven't come up with a good reason yet, but probably because B&W adds more depths and colors (ironic, I know) to the content and the meaning of the photo.
Dress: Urban Outfitters/ Shoes: Zara/ Hat: Goorins Bros. Hatmakers/ Bag: Kenneth Cole
I like floppy hat, a lot, a lot. I went to all the American Apparel in Boston trying to find the a floppy hat, but then none of the stores had what I wanted. So I ended up buying the hat for $55 at the famous hatmakers The Goorins Brothers. They are the best hat I have ever purchased. So worth the price.
Megumi and I went on a shopping spree at (don't laugh) Savers the day before yesterday, and I found this briefcase that looked so perfect with my outfit. But it was $13 so I decided not to buy it. Come on, who spend more than $7 for 1 item in Savers is (in my opinion) a little too extravagant. Haha, or maybe I am just a super cheap person.
I know my fingers are really short, haha, and I totally do not look like the piano-player, song-writer/singer type, but I kinda am. I am not very good, but I can play songs that I like, and for me that's quite enough.
I lost my iPod in May, and I feel sometimes irritated without it. Just like a part of me is missing, you know what I mean. I am planning to buy the classic 160G one, which is the same one I lost. Hopefully I make enough money to buy it soon.
Posted by Sue & Megu at 12:34 AM