a sweet disposition9/03/2012
I suppose anyone who attends school is now in a whirlwind of projects, as I currently am. In a sense it can feel stifling, because you can no longer do whatever you please, such as visiting the Getty while wearing a biscuit dress. Those types of days will surely exist again, but not as sweet (pun intended) as it was on one bright afternoon. It was the last day that I spent with my sister, before she moved to England. Changes are inevitable, and retaining a halcyon disposition is necessary; it's what I always seek.
I mentioned several posts back that I was getting a haircut, which I did. I used to have bangs for years, but returning to them felt quite strange at first. I chose to pair the biscuit dress with my favorite Marc Jacobs' Mary Janes that I seldom wear. They were a perfect match!
My sister moved to England to live with her boyfriend. It's actually the first time that we've lived apart, but I understand that it's quite common among most siblings! It can be challenging in some ways, but I always revel in confronting difficulties and making them better. Vanessa wore a lovely black and white ruffled shirt, that went great with her red lip color. We made the most of our last time together!
Wearing the dress felt very feminine, since it hugs you comfortably at the hips. A few people complimented me and others stared in wonderment (probably because I was standing in front of a Klimt drawing hah!) Lately I've been working on innumerous projects that provide me with a sense of optimism throughout the week. While coursework can seem absolutely tedious, I also love it x