Each time I step into River Island, the first thing I’d do is to dive straight for the accessories section and single out this particular hat.
Making a face to match the hat.
I’d put the hat on, make a bunch of ridiculous faces, and then peer into the mirror to check out how awesome it looks.
Even better if you have a friend around to capture every bit of your fanatical behaviour on camera. (Out of the salespeoples’ line of vision, of course – I doubt photography was allowed in the store.)
It’s an off-white knitted ski cap with this huge black poofy … thing at the top. And a huge smiley-face at the front.
Damn, I want this hat. Oh, so bad.
So, I wore my awesome self-customized tee to work today. If I hadn’t loved that tee enough prior to this, I love it even more now.
Me and my awesome shirt!
The tee’s first wash (post painting + high-heat ironing) went by pretty smoothly. The colours didn’t run, unlike what I had initially feared.
For those who are wondering, the brand of fabric paint I used is Dylon. I did some research on the brand and apparently, it is really reliable. They manufacture some other novel fabric-centric products such as colour run removers.
[Written at 11.03 A.M. (01st June) Singapore time, 8.03 P.M. (31st May) Vancouver time.]
Because I believe one should attempt to do outrageous things when one is on holiday.
I’m not the type that bungee-jumps off buildings (my health can’t take it anyway), but I’m a tomboy who generally shuns anything remotely girly. So when I saw this particular bottle of bright blue nail polish at Sephora, the first question that came to mind was – should I?
I’ve never painted my nails before – apart from a couple of times in lower secondary when I was going through the usual teenager-y phase – so this was pretty foreign. But heck it. I got the bottle anyway, did a bit of painting (with loads of help from my mum) and … behold!
Looks fairly decent, methinks. Although some might argue that my hands now look as though I have hypothermia.
On a completely different note, I got myself an awesome water tumbler from Old Navy. It can contain hot water (to keep myself warm). Only three buckeroos, if I remember correctly.
Caution: Extreme Awesomeness!
I’d be flying off to Toronto tomorrow afternoon. Ottawa and Niagara falls, here I come!