A Look: French Mime With A Dash Of Emo Kid

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You might’ve noticed in my last few posts that I’ve been doing something a little different. Usually, every post will have a title or a purpose of some sort. Showcasing clothes and how I style them is one thing. But having the words to go with the visual content is another. And that’s where I’ve struggled endlessly for the last few months. Real talk: I find it kind of impossible to churn out written content that’s always relevant, relatable or shareable. If you can manage to pull it off, then I tip my hat to you. Sometimes, the words of “wisdom” or whatever just aren’t there.

SHOP THE LOOK (or similar)

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So for the next while, I’m stripping it back and just talking about the clothes in the photos. I say justĀ as if it’s a bad thing, don’t worry, I know that it’s not. It’s kind of the point of a blog, right? To express ourselves however we choose, and discuss topics that mean something to us. I’m not one to go super crazy for material goods. But clothes are a form of self-expression for me, and I really value them for that. They allow me to be myself without a shred of self-doubt or ambiguity, and I really love that. Self-expression is incredibly important, and I’m so happy that my confidence has grown enough in order to allow me to do that through clothes.

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French Mime With A Dash Of Emo Kid

This outfit is… I’d say a cross between a French mime (blame the beret) and the emo silhouette of my teenage dreams. And I fricking dig it. It’s versatile, easy to wear and so simple to put together with staple pieces in anyone’s wardrobe. Once you’ve got a stripy tee and skinny jeans, you’re pretty much sorted. The mesh t-shirt and Converse put my typical emo twist on the look, alongside the red eye make-up that I couldn’t be more obsessed with. You can thank Kat Von D for that one! It was meant to be a lightning bolt, but maybe it will in the future with more practice…

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What are your favourite kinds of looks to throw together?

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    • rockettequeen
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      May 9, 2018 / 10:11 AM

      Thank you so much, angel!

  1. April 19, 2018 / 6:30 PM

    I’m absolutely loving the French vibe on you!

    Kimberley // thecolourchronicles.com

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