Tuesday, September 1, 2015

No two persons ever read the same book.


Autumn is finally here (although it doesn’t feel like it yet)! It stepped into its crimson parlor accompanied by unbearable heat and decided I had too many peaceful days during my holidays, so why not throw in an extremely stressful time at work?

Thankfully, the days are short, and the nights have become my sanctuary; nights in which I endeavor my every demand when it comes to random things that embellish me in positive emotions.


You can find the dress here.


On the vanity side, I am wearing an adorable little dress sent to me by the amazing people at NewDress! It is actually too short for me, but when I saw those sleeves, I decided I need to live up to my nickname. (One of my friends kept calling me a baby-bat and it kind of stuck with everyone later on!)


One of my friends posted something quite interesting on Facebook so I decided I want to try it out with you guys!

Here’s what I want you to do: Grab the first book that comes in handy, turn to page 45 and send me the first sentence!

Mine is: “So, he thinks, may I never go back to the lamplight; to the sitting-room; never finish my book; never knock out my pipe; never ring for Mrs Turner to clear away; rather let me walk straight on to this great figure, who will, with a toss of her head, mount me on her streamers and let me blow to nothingness with the rest."

Can you guess where it’s from?

Saturday, August 29, 2015

There are nights in which the moon howls.


The unavoidable wind of change is coming my way and I find myself gathering energy for the diversity that my usual schedule will harbor. I’ve kept to myself a lot this week, maybe a bit too much since I barely saw the light of day, except for those impending chores that I could not dispel even if I wanted to.

Thankfully, I still maintain a healthy relationship with my humor and once I laid eyes on this top I could not say no to the chance to own it, even more so since the amazing team at NewDress sent it over for me. It is truly hilarious and you cannot imagine the sideways stares I get for it. I truly enjoy flares of sarcasm on my t-shirts.



What I have been doing while secluded from the outside world (gosh, I sound like a Hikikomori), is watching as many movies as 43 hours can allow (I sleep the other 5). It got me thinking that I haven’t actually shared any celluloid masterpiece with you guys in ages (note to self).

Since today is a full-moon, I gathered all my stardust and candles, trying to conjure a never-ending weekend! 

Let the witching hour commence!



You can find the Crop Top here!

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Internal Landscapes

I cannot believe that summer is actually withering away and autumn is already eager to take its place! I can already smell the difference in the afternoon air and I cannot help but crave for hot teas, rain and red leaves.

While many ran towards the seaside trying to catch that last glimmer of sun, I headed north towards the Carpathian forests in hope of finding that dearly missed feeling of sluggishness. 

I spent the whole week in the obscure absence of technology, reading my hours away in perfect harmony with the woods.

Sadly, the dream faded last night when I arrived in the big city and a flood of lights, people and cars swept me into realizing how many time-consuming errands I need to run this week.

(I told you that t-shirt is going to be my second skin for months to come haha)

I hope you are all well and you are anticipating the chilly days of September!