Mine is pretty neutral these days, which is nothing new. Black, gray, navy palette. Mostly I live in dark wash jeans, a sweater or a flannel and snow boots because Pittsburgh winters fing suck. I rarely wear jewelery because I hate feeling sh*t hanging on me.
I've been painting my nails incessantly though. Right now they're Got a Date To-Knight! pale pink by OPI with Sally Hansen rainbow glitter on top. Just got my hair cut and dyed it black too.
But lately I've been loving wearing leggings, shorter sweater dresses with a belt around my waist and some knee-high flat, black boots.
Oh, and I can't even be bothered with spending sh*tloads of money on clothes and makeup. I'm way too busy studying all the time to even want to go out.
So how would you describe your current style?
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ok, honestly I have been living in Italy for about 8 months now and I really want to blend in so that the Italian mobbers will not mob me for looking too "American styled".
I try wearing skinny jeans, plain long sleeve or short sleeve non-bright shirts, a saphire scarf, a dark purple coat, some converse all stars that are black, and also I tried dying my hair mahogany. I have very dark black hair (I'm also Asian), and only the top turned red and the bottom is still black (ew). I am lazy and don't want to hand over 200 euro for a nice hair dye so I'm going to leave it this way. Other than that, I think I look pretty italian-asian if you ask me. My husband on the other hand thinks I just look Asian... lol! Oh wells, I think I look cool. But my husband and I are thinking of moving to S Korea soon so I might have to feel out the fashion there and change my style once we make the move! hahaha.
but seriously, I really didn't have to buy much new anything, because I already had the jeans and shirts. I just added the coat, shoes and scarf. Also I tried the dying my hair thing, all in all I think it only cost me about $30 for coat, $15 for shoes, $20 for scarf and $5 for hair dye =less than 100 for sure.
Anyways for nail polish, I'm too low maintenance for that. I don't do my nails professionally ever! I some times dab it with WEt and wild .99 cents light pink nail polish. Besides working almost full time at the day care, I am always cleaning the house, doing the dishes and such and my nail polish comes off pretty quickly.
Oh and don't get me started on jewelry. I hate wearing jewelry. Why pay hundreds of dollars on a piece of rock that does me no additional service? If you know what I mean. I feel that necklaces, earings (I am pierced since I was a baby by my mom), bracelets, anklets etc are all just a waste of money and also tacky. I don't need to overly show off. I guess I'm the shy type and don't like drawing attention to myself in the first place. So therefore I do not like jewelry. I do like to look at them and admire them! One time I went out with my husband and a friend to an antique store and I saw this beautiful cross necklace with real flowers inside it! I kept on looking at it for a long long time so my husband convinced me to buy it. It did not last long. It's like in the trash somewhere.
Makeup. my make up is so cheap but it works for me. I use wet and wild lip liner and eye liner. both only about .99 each. I use wet and wild lip gloss, the ones that taste really good. ONly .99 each. Also the other makeup are from revlon. Less than 10 each. I have really bad acne scarring so I like to wear makeup. Well, my makeup looks pretty clean, and it usually wears off after a few hours so I look like I didn't really have make up on to begin with.1