make it invisible
nude bodysuit- AA; skeleton dress- ASOS.com sale; beige shirt- Primark; bag- A Wang; Topshop heels
So here are the pictures we took yesterday after attending THE STING store opening (their first UK store). I wasn't sure what kind of brands this Dutch company would be carrying, but the boyfriend who lived in Holland before was hoping to find some brands he used to like (and of course spend my 50% off voucher LOL )
After going through a giant women's floor I wasn't able to find even a single item that I would have loved to try on. Definitely not my cup of tea, but the men's collection was pretty amazing! We ended up getting SO many things for him and pleasingly every single piece has finally responded to my taste.
The dress I wore yesterday for the first time has been hanging in my closet since January, it cost me £15 only but it took ages to find something invisible to wear underneath. And again AA came as the saviour- their nude stuff is genius so I added those cycling shorts and a bodysuit to my previously bought leggings. You can see the bottom layer on the close-up shot but it's barely noticeable in real, so apparently it got me a lot of stares and gasps and whispering, which was pretty funny: how insane you gotta be to think that someone would be insane enough to go out naked? : ) The adequate ones admired the fun and the so-called-fierceness of it though and I was approached with so many compliments, definitely gonna wear it again I'll just need to cut it about 6-10 stripes shorter as it tends to stretch.
The casual shirt I threw on top was sort of preventing the look from being a try-too-hard and for the make-up this time I went with the statement lip instead of the bold eyes.
photos by DigitalMind