Believe me, there is nothing better than stealing your parents clothes! And not just when you are a little kid, but being a grown-up too! :P
Higyjétek el nekem, nincs jobb mint elcsenni a szüleitek ruháit! És nem csak akkor mikor kicsi gyerek vagy, hanem felnőttként is! :P
Hi :)My first posts will contain older looks, I have to get used to this blog-system, and in these posts I try to present myself, so you can get to know me better. This will be kind of a fashion-diary, I tell you what interesting things happened to me that day, mostly about fashion but I try to make it personal.
My Mum randomly dropped in today, and it was very cool, because I just love surprises :) I gave her a little lunch - strictly vegetarian- and we fried some pancakes :) Then I told her I'm so excited because I'm going to a job interview tomorrow! She asked me what I will wear and I told her I already know it so no problem. She asked if I have elegant shirts. I told sure! I have denim shirts, plaid shirts, floral shirts... and that was the time I realized I dont have any shirts suitable for an interview :)) OMG, what to do?? She told me she so many clothes, including shirts, I should go and see them. So after pancake-frying, we went to her place and she showed me a bunch of amazing clothes. Girls, boys, I tell you: nothing better than to get in your parents wardrobe, because there you will find the most amazing vintage, retro-style clothes that is surely something unique. And free of course :) So before you go for a shopping-spree, always ask Mum or Dad if they have something similar, cos they may have, thats what happened to me today :) Recently I was seeking for some pieces in beige because it is HUGE in 2010. Guess what I found in mums closet: a perfect chemise almost identical to the Mango shirt below on the first picture. I also wanted high waist trousers, my mum had that too :) A plaid one and a black one, just like the pants from Asos :) (2nd picture.) She also gave me a nice warm beige jumper, a black Versace (!!!!! OMG !!!!! :D) shirt, some scarves (you can never have enough of those!!! :D) and some hip syrup LOL :) We were trying on her clothes for hours :) I dont think when was the time when we were making a girly programme like that. She is the kind of intellectual woman, who doesnt care about fashion at all, loves arts, languages, learning new things, and spending a lot on clothes is not her thing. So when she notices I have a new piece in my wardrobe, she just facepalms. And then comes the admonition: why do I spend so much on clothes.
I can't wait to show my new treasures in an outfit in a post for you! Well, thats all for today, wish good luck to me tomorrow, I have to be the best!
Mango 2010 fall collection