- tiny houndstooth blazer: thrift store
- loose silk blouse: thrift store
- wet-look leggings: Topshop
- handmade hairclip: gift
- Jackie-O round sunnies: Forever 21
- patent oxford booties: Forever 21
- granny sling purse: Screamous (local clothing store)
This is what I wore yesterday, yeah, for work. I'm sorry that I looked like a mess. I was so tired and sweating. Duh. The weather is a bit absurd lately. Freakin hot at noon and friggin cold at nite, or reversely. I found this silk top last week on thrifting day with Lauretha. With cool Balmain-ish shoulder-pads and only about $1! The handmade piece is from Claradevi on blogger meet-up last week too. Also, I found a new background because I'm bored enough of the old ones. I just have to walk a hundred meters from the store to reach this ugly forest-wannabe. Haha =P
Anyway, I just watched Michael Jackson's This Is It this evening. Welcoming the trailer...
It's ah-mazing. Really worth to watch for MJ fans, or not. The fact that he prepared for the concert perfectly, creatively involved with every aspect of the production, from the staging and choreography, to the music, lighting, production design and conception of the original short films and video backdrops is really surprising yet very touching. He was at aged 50 and performed as well as 10 years ago. He really really wanted the best for his fans. He was and he still is the best entertainer that the world have ever had. It would have been the best concert on earth if the tragedy didn't happen. I miss you so much, MJ!
And I spotted two or three Balmain jackets! OMGEE! *drooling* I'm pretty sure they're from Balmain. You know, the fierce shoulders. He looked really good on those female jackets. Oh yes, he did. I think it's just because he was so skinny, size 0 I guess..
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