Thursday, September 8, 2011

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Many thanks to Aivan for the Primitive Revival cardigan + vest and to Asian Vogue for sending me these JC Gallatin dupes. Seems like I'm in a crazy pattern-mixing streak here... or am I the last one to notice? 

I'm getting quite annoyed at how straight and flat my hair is but I can't be bothered to wear any more wax on my mane. Yes, I'm growing it out a bit and it's in this awkward stage, but I'm happy that it's gotten to that low-maintenance length. I already miss my boy cut, undercut and pointy/waxed-up hair but I'm done with a year of styling it each day & getting it cut every 2 weeks. I'm ready to rock the no-fuss style again! 

I've realized that having the faux-hawk and pixie cut definitely made me gutsier it my fashion choices. There have been many times wherein I've thought to myself "If I had my long, straight hair I wouldn't be able to rock this." And my sister always agrees. She wants me to keep my hair as short as possible. Maybe the edgier getups merely resulted from... growth? And a desire to express myself even more with my clothes? Must...stop...overanalyzing...this! 

Whatever. It's just hair! 

| jeans- Terranova | earrings- Topshop | rings- Koket/Topshop/Hip at Rockwell | bracelet- Anagon Collection





6 comments:

Melai said...

i love your hair. truly it has brought the edgy side of you. i love how it makes you standout in a crowd and how tough and strong you looked because of it. :)

hearts,
Melai of Style and Soul

Raleene said...

Awwww thank you, Melai!!! I'm seriously torn between short and long... Oh btw, I love your hair colour now! Azta did a great job matching your skin and hair colour :)

fasyonista said...

I kinda miss your faux hawk too! rocker chic! but yeah, whatevs. Buhok lang yan. :) Mahirap mag style araw araw. Haha.

Czarina Maye

αвву M. said...

Ur so cooL ;D

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... Would you say this is an Igorot inspired outfit? With the patterns, and earrings it makes it look it.

Raleene said...

Anon- yes, please check Aivanmagno.blogspot.com to learn more about his Primitive Revival campaign/movement :)