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Hello and welcome back to the blog. This post will relatively be terse as the one prior. I want to matriculate from my corporeal and presence. Weeks have passed (as I’am forever changing my appearance) and I currently colored my hair grey. Nonetheless, I couldn’t refrain from sharing this assorted shoot being my last outfit taken while still rocking my yellow hair. Primarily, I want to move forward w/ future post reflecting real time which is on deck for the next blog post.

OUTFIT DETAILS:

  • All items are thrifted from Buffalo Exchange in New York & New Mexico

Lacu ❤

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Hello everyone, I’ve made my recrudesce back into the blog life – once again. In orient procrastinating letting time lag and lingering, I’ve cut the bullshit. I will be keeping this post conventionally abridged and straight to the point as moving forward posts are in pertinent manner. Although my gears are freshly tuned, putting content out (even one picture) is more advantageously then nothing.

So, consider this post a “hello” and greetings from myself to any and everyone that animadvert’s my website. Stay tuned, I got my creative juices brewing ready to serve styled outfits and looks!

OUTFIT DETAILS:

Holographic Jacket – Buffalo Exchange

Tank Top – H&M

Holographic Choker – Dolls Kill

Pants – Basic Tights

Lipstick – Mac Cosmetics

Hair – Pin curled & tucked in (to shorten hair length)

Lacu

Guatemalan Textile Bomber

Lots of life must have lived in this jacket antecedent to it finding me, I envisage the long haul drudgery of looped woven stitches to it’s finalization and distribution. My mind wonders trickling across thrift clothing and self perception. For example,  If you wear a white coat that you believe belongs to a doctor, your ability to pay attention increases sharply. But if you wear the same white coat believing it belongs to a painter, your attention span may differ. I love the idea of trying to figure out why when we put on certain clothes, the affects of our mood & basic abilities shift. This is my perception & aesthetic w/ this jacket, some worn pieces say a lot without saying anything at all.

I bought my ostentatious bomber jacket from Resale Folds, one of my favorite treasured thrift shops to shop – ask for Lucia & Jesse. They both own & restock all items w/ detailed vision alongside infectious personalities you will not be able to stir away from, genuinely prodigious human beings. This magnum opus is a beautiful vibrant vintage handmade Guatemalan textile patchwork style bomber jacket. Its a unisex multicolored stripes and pattern weave background, cotton batwing long sleeve w/ a front zipper, stand up collar, ribbed knit cuffs, two inset pockets, rib knit elastic waist band, boxy shoulder fit and some neon love.

I made usage of comparable color scheme scarf I owned which is actually a knot-wrap for gift wrapping from Lush. For the past years, this has been my “go to” buying most of these wraps turning them into head scarfs. I gelled my front hair, throwing the rest of it in a rivet messy half ponytail as coupling my curls hanging out whimsically.

I wore light weight beige thermal underneath, standard blue jeans adjacent to Converse Chuck Taylor multi-colored sequin sneakers with upper a reflective patch and a cushioned insole. Kept the jewelry light wearing only my gold hoop earrings, cat eyeliner, mauve nude lipstick from MAC Cosmetics (I can’t remember the shade) zing green eyeshadow from Jane Cosmestics in the inner tear dot for that pop of radiance & highlight.  Closing out the outfit, I clinched a large pin across the collar to keep that up-right effect w/out having to “pop my collar” consistently – worked like a charm!

OUTFIT DETAILS:
 GUATEMALAN TEXTILE BOMBER: RESALE FOLDS 

HEAD SCARF: LUSH 

JEANS: THIFTED 

SNEAKERS: CONVERSE

EARRINGS: LOCAL BEAUTY STORE 

 LIPSTICK: MAC COSMETICS 

 
LACU