I don’t dream very often; in fact, I can’t remember the last time I had a dream and remembered it the next morning.
One dress I’ve been dying for is the For Love & Lemons Anna dress in black or in black velvet (it’s also available on a lot of shops in an emerald velvet). It shows just the right amount of skin, and would look great with an oversized hat, leopard fur coat, and boots. Can’t say enough about how cute this dress is!
I also love this Nasty Gal strapless dress. Super simple but classic and easy to dress up/down.
I’m also really into cami dresses right now. Here’s a cute one from ASOS, and Zara has a lot of cute ones too!
Good luck on the hunt! :)
Seriously dude, this is the last warning I’m giving you: Stop sending me messages. I’ve already filed a police report with a few of your IPs for ceaselessly messaging me weirdly personal questions, and I am/they are poised to take action as soon as tomorrow.
Do not send me another one ever.
My favorite thing about shopping in Portland is that there isn’t a sales tax; it’s something that weirded me out every time I bought something. And the vintage stores are so perfectly curated - they’re very clean, organized, and not as cluttered as the ones in Dallas or Los Angeles. I didn’t buy any clothes and just did minimal gift-buying for a few people since the main point of my trip was to view the landscape, but overall I liked the boutique and vintage shopping scene.
There are probably a lot of factors involved but I feel uncomfortable answering questions like this because I don’t want people to think I’m giving tips or anything
Thank you! The top is an IT 42 and the skirt is an IT 40. I would probably sell it for around ~$300? It’s taken me a while to decide, but I most likely WILL be selling it (probably on eBay). The top is just too big.
:( I’m not sure what flattering means to you. I think one of the liberating things about lingerie is that no one will see it except you, and maybe a few other people who - hopefully - love your body. There’s absolutely no pressure to dress for what other people think is acceptable or flattering to certain body types (though I’m personally a big believer in not dressing to flatter, even for outerwear).
I love the way Agent Provocateur makes me feel, even during the times that I’m unhappy with my body. But I can’t speak for others, as I’m sure it’s different for everyone; I think “flattering” is something that only the wearer can define for themselves.
If you have any specific questions about the sizing, quality, etc, I’d be happy to answer them! But for a question like this, I don’t think I can really answer it.
I’ve only started to use honey & clay masks (mine is homemade) so I don’t know too much about them, but I love mine so far. The recipe I use is: 1 heaping tablespoon of raw honey, 2 heaping tablespoons of bentonite clay, and some hot water until the consistency is right.
According to The Honey Cult, Fuller’s Earth Clay is the best clay for treating acne. I bought my clay off of Amazon, and I think you can find Fuller’s Earth Clay there. I would say bentonite clay is probably good for oily skin too, since it still has drying properties. I use mine for oil regulation and it seems to work well!
I found out about DIY natural clay masks from Veronica’s beauty videos. She’s an aesthetician of ten years, and she recommends starting out with a 2-week daily honey/clay treatment (after that, you just do it a couple of weeks). I highly recommend her videos! She also talks about what ingredients to use/avoid in DIY beauty masks.
Hope this helps!
Thank you! It’s clipped back a ton in those photos, though - it’s definitely 2-3 sizes too big. Since it’s really low cut and has wide-set straps, taking it in pulls the straps even further apart, so it’s really hard to wear any type of bra underneath. I still love it, though, but sometimes I think it needs a better home elsewhere.
probably my twin sister’s. my friends have amazing taste but i wouldn’t want to walk all over their style.
my sister is a different story because she’s used to me doing this so
Thank you so much!
No opinion on her, really.
Thank you so much! I will definitely look into teas.
Right after I started my new job, my grandfather died, and shortly after that, my sister moved across the country - so I’m sure all of those factors were related. I also think that my body wasn’t holding water. I’m usually really good about drinking water throughout the day, but since I bike 4-6 miles, it isn’t really enough. I’ve started drinking gatorade every morning (in addition to water throughout the day), which has helped me stay hydrated much longer, and the palpitations haven’t come back.
aw thank you, anon!