M4K3 LUV 2 M3

I stopped by a friend's party tonight and wore this tropical print blazer I just got with a scarf/stole thing I made with leftover faux fur I had.  I put another crystal under my other eye before going out, too.. you may as well commit, right?  I tried the crystals last summer but the glue wasn't sticking well when it was in the 90s, and I was sweating.. definitely better for cooler weather.  The faux fur was leftover from a big coat I made for my senior collection (second photo).  Definitely all about orange right now.

I made a very poor life decision yesterday and made another tumblr.  But maybe it won't be such a terrible distraction for you as it is for me.  You can check it out HERE.  I also realized there was no facebook page for this blog so now you can find that HERE - there's pretty much nothing on it now, but if it grows it will be a good way to stay connected.

vintage shirt and jacket, faux fur scarf made by me, homemade speed alien necklace

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