It took me a while to start writing this post after my last one about Japan. It feels just weird. Alex and I are going to cancel our Japan trip, and I don’t want to go anywhere else. My father told me that my grandma, who lives in a suburb of Tokyo has packed a bag – just in case. And she had told him that she had actually put only pictures of us, her grandchildren and family in her bag. This woman kills me. Seriously, how can I think of anything else now? I hope that everything’s gonna be alright. Somehow. And while I hesitate to keep on writing about what I used to write about, life goes on in Japan. So I’ll put myself together and stop whining for now.
What you see here in one of my really bad closet shots (I took it straight after I came back from work, and it was already dark) is my denim on denim outfit. It consists of a Prada shirt dress, one of my Current/Elliott pants and Stella McCartney cork platforms. The shirt dress always makes me feel really good (don’t know why – I think it’s the soft material), but the combination with the jeans left my environment (that is the people in my office) slightly irritated and me insecure as a result. Have I missed the point when denim on denim became socially unacceptable (again)? Or did I combine the wrong denim with the wrong denim (or the right with the wrong? whatever!)? Opinions?
Ah, look at this shining example of mixed denim. It’s Celine Pre-Fall 2011 (liked the collection very much, was disappointed with the Winter 2011 collection, though).