Show Review: Sophia Webster Fall 2014
Okay~ while I’m on my ‘tumblr hiatus’, I re-made my twitter:
But y’all probably won’t notice I’m gone;;
I have my queue, my ig’s hooked up to here and I’ll do my posts when I have blog entries up<3
found in a little toy shop in asakusa
Tbh, I think I’m going to take time off from tumblr again for a bit..
I’m really off my ‘A’ game…
All my shoots from this week look crap to me..
Even editing making it brighter and prettier doesn’t make up for the fact I am off…
I have to reshoot 3 reviews and a tutorial now, and it’s getting frustrating to me.
I am looking forward to going out tomorrow to get out of my head for a bit…
I don’t know what’s wrong with me lately.
“The clothes in Clueless weren’t really what kids were wearing… the costumes in the film are more hyper-style. At the time it was very grunge-oriented fashion, very Seattle – you know, the Nirvana look with the plaid shirts. We didn’t want to recreate that; we wanted to bring something fresh and new. We wanted to really celebrate the schoolgirl, the femininity of girls, the prettiness of color on the screen.”
– Mona May, costume designer for Clueless