She wore a cream silk button backplaysuit and instead of wearing it the way she originally designed, she turned it around! Unbutton one or two of the top little black buttons, throw on a velvet blazer with high heels and tights.
Why is it similar? Because we’re both wearing a sleeveless top and just jeans plus the background. We almost have the same hair color so I’m trying to trick my Facebook friends if they will believe that it’s me. So I turned it to be like this
I’m wondering if we have the same body size, too. Or mine is smaller. Well whatever, does that mean that my body size could be model’s?
"I prefer it when teens dress like teens—fun, fresh, and feminine—rather than trying to dress like grown-ups with too much makeup and overly sexy. I also love the way models—who are teenagers, for the most part—look when they come to castings. Most show up in skinny jeans and a T-shirt, or even sweatpants with a cashmere tank. They never look like they’re trying too hard, which is truly chic.” - Christopher Kane
I agree with this though I love to wear sexy clothes. As a teen, I don’t show off too much skin. It’s like acting your age. Wear what suits your age and people will be pleased. I once attended a go-see and models just wore simple clothes like what Christopher Kane said. A skinny jeans and just a T-shirt. Being simple is always beautiful. You don’t need to exaggerate or anything but just be the simple you as always. Like what I do. And by the way, I don’t wear make-up at school or in an ordinary day. I just wear it when there’s an occasion. It’s to protect my skin.
I love all sorts of chocolates. Well except some chocolates with liquor. It’s my comfort food. Really makes me happy. I slowly eat it to feel that I’m eating it. The sense that what’s inside me changes my mood and feel relaxed would really make me wanna ask for more. Chocolate is my love life. I got my father’s chocoholicness. Even his love for ice cream!