Friday, November 5, 2010

Welcome to Four Seasons.

Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall
Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall by serendipity0 featuring a wool dress
A new series for Style Of Life.
My Spring, Summer, Fall, And winter collection of clothes, basic indie-ish outfits. I'm lovin' that look, lately, but usually, it's just tan hoodies, ripped jeans, and leather booties. My addiction to indie-rock bands also contributed to this. Courtesy- Polyvore.
I've been going for a different look, lately, though. Spring is a mix of a european label's fall-winter collection. Quite neutral and comfy. I love worn leather boots with simple laces, great for anywhere with a darker leather satchel. The look would be a little woodsy otherwise, so I added yellow gold jewelry, including a ring with a peachy rose, and Leather floral studs.
This summer look, I adore. Summer usually becomes a rut of cut-off acid washed shorts, and band tees, at least for me, and if it doesn't for you, i'd love to know how you stay in style. But when I go to the park, or up to the city (Since my dowdy country life doesn't help my style.) I love to dress it up. Summer's outfit includes a greyscale floral belted skirt, with a cropped lace top. Quite feminine, i've always loved skirts anyway. The accessories are cute and quirky, woodsy heeled booties, ivory toned owl ring, and coral-colored bead statement necklace.
Winter is a bit of a comfy look, that reminds me of something I own. The velvet-like blazer looks 'snazzy' (To quote a friend) with a faux-leapard beret, tan leather gloves, and grey work-booties. A simple tan frock ties everything together, in this lovely indie-ish look.
Fall is my favorite, I think. So comfy, and I actually own the shoes! Comfy tawny moccasins and a grey cotton tee, along with dark-washed skinny jeans and a worn-in hoodie, look cute, yet still put together, along with a pristine leather bag, and the beanie is just adorable. And if you're saying "Jinkies, the glasses!" I was channeling Velma a bit there, I think that's what she would want. Just don't lose em.' (If you understand the pop-culture reference, I thank you, and owe you my comedic life, but don't take me up on that) Plus, when you wear faux-glasses, you always look smarter, like you're about to head over to a cafe with a copy of Pride and Prejudice.


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Let Bygones Be Bygones

For my official close-out to all things summer, blocking out the warm sun... the sand between my pedicured toes... the... Well, okay, time for 'Summer's Last Hurrah! Outfit. -Drum Roll Please-

Top: Apples 2 Apples    Tank: Victoria's Secret     Hat: Vintage   Bag: Vintage   

Just a bit of a surprise I think. My outfit for Brimfield Antique Fair, one of my favorites, and where I first discovered Falafel. I still don't quite know what exactly Falafel is though. Delicious, whatever it is. Anyway, straight after reading Teen Vogue (Which, By the way, isn't nearly comparable to ACTUAL Vogue, italian or otherwise) I threw together this outfit to go to the Fair, where I got my favorite little vintage Dior wig box, for $8. Hopefully i'll get a nice little picture of that. 

Next up, finally editing a few photo shoots, putting together christmas and more Fall looks, and FINALLY my favorite part. Working on my split personalities Photo shoot. 


Fall Calls, We Must Answer

Such a long stretch in between posts. I've been quite busy lately, a lot of art requests. (Yes,  I draw for people, and sometimes they pay me, don't be jealous, it's not so great, still fun though.) Also updating my playlist, which is full of Papa Roach, Breathe Electric, and Never Shout Never. Not that i'm a cliche teenager, its just that I enjoy things like that. On to my clothes though, fall in Massachusetts is pretty amazing, it seems like a stretch, though, that people would travel any distance to come watch crispy leaves fall off trees, better to watch paint dry. Although, it always depends on what color the paint is. 

Heels: Unionbay     Skirt: Vintage, From a renaissance fair    Necklace: Vintage  Corset: Vintage Sweater: Thrift  

So a little bit ago, I felt like being different. So clutching my purple butterfly-feather mask and canvas corset, I set off into the fields to create a memorable photo, and I have to say, I'm pretty proud. Sure, i was tired and in need of Hot-Chocolate, but I still think it turned out artistically okay. Except for my pasty-pale knees, but who doesn't have that problem. Well... I know a few people, but still.
"Kateri, why are you sitting in a pile of ashes."
"It's art... A.R.T!"
"Sure, art. Why is your sister in a tree then?"
"Mom, thats her job, don't question her artistic liscense."
"I'll make sure not to."
"I'm sure you will." 

And also, Bloggers, I'm finally getting to editing all my newer photos, like halloween and early fall. A lot of things have been going on, and i've lost touch with posting, but i'll be back to it soon.