Sunday, April 17, 2016


Good morning, or afternoon actually.
I hope you're all ready for a mouth--or rather, eye-full? idk--of reading, because I have a story another super juicy (think Starburst) story to share with this look…

So, this morning I'm in a strange mood. I'm feeling an odd cross between excitement and utter dread.

I have this wedding to go to tomorrow and I have a feeling in the back of my mind like it's going to be anything but awesome. I don't want to speak negativity over the occasion but, knowing my extended family, there's almost always drama involved.

I'd like to go into further detail of the trip that will soon take place, but instead I'l save that for another post later on today. In fact maybe I'll discuss everything I like to pack when going on a trip!

Anyway right now I wanna talk about this majorly adorable get up I'm wearing to go shopping.
Mum and I are trying to find a couple things for the road trip like she wants to get this cute hair jewelry thing from EarthBound (the only hippie-store in this podunk mall) and I want to find a top I can wear beneath the dress I plan on wearing to the wedding. Mum says the dress's neckline is too low, and I mean it is because it's a tight-fitting bodycon club dress. So yeah, the neckline plunges faaar down, damn near around the belly button area. But the dress is so FIRE it's hard to not want to wear it as is.

I understand though, this is a wedding not The Ice Lounge, can't show up looking like a Rihanna reject.
Anyway, as I mentioned earlier, my 21st BDay is May 10th so I'll be sporting the daring neckline when I go club/bar hopping with my best friend & other half, Kara. I'll talk more about her later because (for this time in my life anyway) she's a big part of my life. Anyway, enough bush-beating, let's get into today's look…


   Today, since it's a lil warmer outside now but not quite summer weather, I decided I'd pair my American Apparel high-waist Stonewash Denim shorts with this truly KAWAII Pink Kitty Peekaboo open-chest mid-caf sweater. Now I'd like to skip right to the goodies, but sadly--as is the case with a handful of the looks I choose to wear--this top is totally irritating sometimes. I guess the real problem is my breast size rather than the top but alls I know is, when I put this thing on, no matter which bra I choose you can always see it poking through the sides of the top ! 

No matter what I try, and believe me when I say I have tried every bra I own & even purchased a few new ones, the top shows my bra and it's so sad! You can actually see in the pictures below my Peach-&-White-Polkadot Bra peaking through the sides; Très embarrassing. I do have this one bra, though, where it doesn't really show that much but then my tits look basically nonexistent. Yknow they're not that big to begin with but jeez I mean I thought I had Somethingggg. Anyway, aside from that issue, I love this top and I honestly plan on having breast implants some day soon so I worry not about this stupid problem as it won't be an issue very long. Anyway, SpreePicky (the store where I got this from) is so truly kawaii I have bought so many things from them. I love anything Tokyo-harajuku based and this store does it ALL it that department. Sexy-naughty lingerie for the dirtiest of kitties out there and sweet princess dresses for the innocent angels. I'm not sure if they have boy stuff but then again I've never looked! So, if you're a dude and you're into the whole Japanese cosplay trend, give the site a gander! Truth be told, I'm obsessed with looking like an anime character. Even though I'm chocolate flavoured I still love to dress like I'm straight out of SailorMoon. I love the look of a Japanese/Korean girl so I strive to fill my wardrobe with corresponding items. SpreePicky is my #1 Go To Store for all things kawaii. This site has never failed me and the shipping is totally speedy. I recommend checking them out even if you don't totally fan-girl obsess over the kawaii-style, as they have MANY cool things to offer aside from clothing like room decor and phone accessories! On this top, the kitty's face is so cute and it brings great attention to the breasts (which I don't want too much of yet, but whatever). Also the kitty-ear closure that keeps your naughty bits from jumping out is totally ulzzang it makes me wanna cry tears of joy!

Next, we have the American Apparel high waist shorts. 

     Let me just start this next paragraph by stating that I love 96% of every item of clothing & accessory that comes from the American Apparel brand. American Apparel is one of the first brands I was ever introduced to that actually caters to girls with small waists. They also understand the meaning of the term high-waist. I'm sorry bruh but there is nothing I hate deeper in life than stupid ass clothing companies that label something as high-waist when it literally sits beneath the bellybutton. High waist means HIGH ON THE WAIST PEOPLE. Not below the waist line, not sort of at the waist line but AT or ABOVE THE WAIST LINE. Though it pains me, those brands shall remain nameless in this post, but maybe someday I won't hold back and I'll do a whole rant on the top 5 stores I hate & why.
Anyway, back to American Apparel's holiness. AA is a classic 80s/90s style All American brand. Their pieces are so sturdy, durable and well-executed that the outrageous prices seem to actually be reasonable. I don't mind spending $107.00USD on a pair of shorts if I know they fit like a glove & will last me for many months or even years. & these babies do just that. I like to wear these shorts with long sleeves a lot, like I've done here. The opposites--between short shorts and long sleeves--are really attractive to me and help keep the balance between sweet & slut. Perfect!

The belt was just a find from my local thrift store Thrift Town. 
It's a child's belt which is perfect for me because at 23 inches, my waist usually can't afford an adult belt. A child's belt, however is small enough that I can really tighten the waist if I need to.
The design is just some argyle diamonds in pink. The belt itself is black which I thought totally matched the decorum of my ensemble. 

Lastly, I went with my pink jellies from eBay. I hate to be so 80's and match all these colors but I just thought why the hell not I mean it looks so sugary how can I resist? I get a lot of compliments on the kitty top form girls and guys a like. Guys obviously like it because the tit game is 100 in this top, but girls usually like it for that reason and because it's just so cute!

Anyway, that's it for today's look!
I hope you guys like it and I hope, if you have one, you'll HYPE the look on LookBook.
If not, you can always share the look on your social media or tell ur friends about this post! Maybe they'll enjoy a good laugh while at a boring ass day of work. 

Either way, I hope that this post made you smile a little and I hope you have a wonderfully sweet rest of the day. I'm going to go enjoy this ramen I made! It has mixed vegetable in it and spinach! My mom showed me this technique and it really makes plain noodles into a hardy lunchtime meal! If anyone becomes interested in the recipe, perhaps I'll post a step-by-step on how to prepare it (although it's terribly simple). So that's it! I should be back in a couple hours to write another post on WHAT 2 PACK 4 ROAD TRIP! Stay tuned and remember,

*Please Pink Responsibly.

*This is the face I make when my stupid timer only gives me 10 seconds and I have to successfully press the button, get into a cute pose and get at least 4 noodles between my chopsticks so people will believe that I DO know how to use them before the picture is taken and I can't even hardly get 1.


I did it !! Sorta...