I'm supposed to be in bed now, but here I am writing! English title not so fit, because those outfits aren't what is considered aesthetically androgynous, but I'm just listening to that song. French title is a translation of a sentence from Nina Simone's I wish I knew how it felt to be free, so you get The Replacements since I'm listening to that now.
Now I'm listening to Nina Simone again.
I recently bought purple lipstick for 3€ at Claire's, so that outfit was constructed around that and around the fact that it was friggin' cold. After a while, that lipstick become clearer like in that picture then a bit blue and the starting color is nice too! It's not the shade of purple I wanted first, but I like it and it's great for the price.
You can see it better in this photo:
I'm smiling because I want to. I hate that idea that I'm a bad person if I don't smile or "stupid" (hate that word!) if I smile without a reason. Some people really think these stuffs! Skirt, clip-on earrings: fleamarket, blouse & sweater: old La Redoute.
I did that with Gimp as I was bored and lost the original picture:
I did that without searching any result in particular, but now see how it could be better. In the end, it looks kind of like an old paperdoll collaged over an old photography. You have trouble seeing the scarf thing, but I wanted to show you how I tied it up, knotted it, however you say.
I'm wearing my hair this way more and more often as I think I look better like that. I think I'm gonna cut these, maybe in a bob like Louise Brooks' or a long pixie with some hair going on my face like this. Any ideas? I think it's doable on my own, hmm, I think I'm gonna do that on impulse like when I got a fringe.
I also like this bob, but too long: it looks too much like when I had a fringe and shorter hair.