Gizu Pot not Moka Pot
to you, seven years later.
Rei & Rin
some studies for a story about twenty something year olds who used to/still swim, but are mostly disappointed with life.
Anonymous said: I'm in the process of revamping my closet, which pretty much means me getting rid of most of my clothing, and I was wondering how to build a wardrobe that is versatile, but very clean cut and simple? What do you think are some must have staple pieces?
I’ll be addressing this question assuming that you’re a gal (but I think dudes can relate to this list as well). With that said, every person is different, but personally, here are the 15 essentials in my closet during colder seasons (not including undergarments and accessories):
1. Long coat (black, camel, navy, parka)
2. Pea coat
3. Trench coat
4. Clean white button-down
5. Black skinny jeans
6. Dark wash skinny jeans
7. Little black dress/black pencil skirt
8. Button down shirts (Denim, plaid, and oxfords)
9. Black blazer
10. Leather jacket
11. Black blouse
12. Chunky sweater/cardigan
13. American Apparel Tri-blend t-shirts (I have a bunch of these that I wear in a larger size in either black or grey. Even though I’m not a big fan of AA, I love this specific T-shirt)
14. Tunic length tanks
What I wear every single day is composed of an assorted combination of what I just listed.
eternalsunshineofthesoul said: Hello I adore your blog Can I ask you what is the must-have of spring 2014
Thanks so much!
My must have’s of spring…Well, let’s see…It’s pretty much my winter essentials (Mar. 4th post) except instead of coats it’s blazers, and instead of chunky sweaters it’s light weight knits…Here’s a quick list without basics and accessories.
1. Blazers, light parkas, pullover anoraks, field jackets, barn jackets, trench coats, bomber/varsity jackets
3. Distressed jeans (start bringing my ripped up denims back into circulation)
4. Cotton trousers
5. Denim jackets (I love my DRKSHDW one)
6. Button down shirts
7. Light-weight knit tops
8. Puffer vests
crazy-eater said: Are you Korean? If so, do you live in South Korea? What part of South Korea? I'm Korean too, and I LOVE your blog.
Yes, I am Korean! I’m not Korean born, but I lived there for about 4 years post-college. I lived in Apgujeong than Daechi than Sinsa (Garosugil) than Sunleung than Yeoido…I moved a lot. Thinking about it now makes me miss Korea a lot!
Anyways, thanks for your kind words!
the meek inherit nothing, be bold
vi3tanimerr said: where do you think is a good place to buy coats or jackets? (: and btw your blog is amazing and so inspirational!
I always recommend places with classic yet modern fits but not too out of the box for people who are looking for basics, so try starting at department stores, Zara, Club Monaco, COS, Maje etc. Depending on your budget, go for Burberry, Helmut Lang, Isabel Marant, Costume National, Chloe, you get the point.
I’d like to produce. I’d like to come up with ideas and collaborate with people and directors and writers that I like, be a part of movies that have the same idea that the movies that impacted me have. I’d like to be able to do that for people.