Thursday, December 31, 2009

Goals for 2010

These are more like goals for the rest of my life since nothing significant can be done in one year, I believe.

1. Stop being scared
2. Stop wasting so much money
3. Start eating healthy
4. Stop making my friends sad
5. <- do what she's doing
6. Use my sewing machine
7. Play the piano again
8. Stop being late for work
9. Keep my word
10. Start saving for my dreams (hehehehehe)

Anyways, even if I do ONE of those things, I'll be happy. I feel like I have two people in my brain, constantly contradicting the other.

Oh and I want a white house.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Mini me

I ordered these dolls from StitchyLove a while ago. They were the best things ever. It was perfect. The doll looked exactly like my boyfriend, including the clothes. For $40 a doll, it's not bad at all, considering she takes the time to make the exact clothes that you want (pictures were sent). Sadly, I lost him when I was studying abroad in Korea. But wait! She's now selling patterns for the dolls (on sale for $4) and I can make him again myself! It probably won't be as good but at least the doll version of me won't be lonely haha.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

I Don't Care (Unplugged)

I love CL's voice in this version (The girl sitting all the way on the right) and I love Bom's shoes (the girl with the legs in the back lol)

Friday, December 11, 2009

Vagabond NYC

So my phone is okay somehow. I kept it in a bowl of rice. Seriously though, rice fixes everything. You can use rice water for your face, you can eat rice, you can make bean bags out of rice, you can save wet phones with

Anyways I was browsing and came across Vagabond NYC. It's a little pricey but I really like some of their things. Here are a few I want, but can't buy. =(

Georgio Armani Dress shirt dress

Issey Miyake 80s jacket

VagaBond Nyc is an online vintage boutique specializing in vintage clothing & accessories from the 60s-80s. We are fashion industry kids - a stylist & an editor -with unlimited access to current & future fashion news & trends. Though mostly vintage, our buy is edited to reflect our understanding of contemporary fashion's indebtedness to the past. Vnyc is the source for must-have luxury and avant-garde vintage clothing from over 200 of the world's most coveted vintage labels. Designers include Alaia, Sprouse, Gianni Versace, & Jean Paul Gaultier for the world's savviest vintage collectors and enthusiasts.
-Taken from their blog

Monday, December 7, 2009

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

DIY for the BF

So...this DIY I will actually do. It's for my bf's Christmas present. He really liked this bag when he saw it on SuperFuture (He loves that site) and I promised him that I would make it, since neither of us has $975 to spare currently.

I already bought the rayon thread (all the way from India...Have you guys ever seen their packages? They're so cool. I want to order empty packages from there just to have it), leather from upstate NY (elkskin, lambskin, cow leather, everything), and fabric from Mood (I annoyed the shit out of the sales people).

Totally, I spent $250 on supplies. I'm really scared to start it because if it turns out like shit, I'll be really sad. And so will my bank account.

Any suggestions?