Oh hey. An outfit post; that's something you rarely see.
Shorts: My moms
Cardigan: Banana Republic
Also; the questions in the last post answered!
Courtney asked: What is it that you aspire to do or be? It can be career or just in general, but basically, what are your goals for the future?
My biggest dream is to work in the fashion industry. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve adored fashion and art. I plan to attend FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) and get a degree in fashion design and business. After I graduate, my plan is to work for other designers for about ten to fifteen years, learning the industry, and making connections before I think about opening my own business. I don’t care if my designs ever make it to the big runway. It would be nice, of course. On a general level, my goal in life is to do what I love. I want purpose. I want to have a reason to wake up every morning. I want to pursue my passions and learn more about who I am. Another goal is to continue making art (sewing, photographing, drawing, ect). Art is basically my life and I know I’ll be doing it for the rest of my life.
Barbra asked: I’d like to know where you live and what do you do (study or work or both? )
I live in Southern California in a wealthy suburb of which I loath. I’m a high school student (a sophomore to be exact). No job.. Yet.
Rebecca asked: Would you rather know everything, or nothing?
Nothing. When you’re ignorant and naive, everything in the world is so magical. It’s just like being a kid I guess. Although, it would bother me that I know nothing at all but I’d rather not know anything than everything.
Josephine asked: Your favourite book as a child. Your greatest fear. The best thing a total stranger ever did for you. And your lipstick shade.
I loved a lot of books as a child but I’d have to say either the Tales of Peter Cotton Tail or You’re Just What I Need. Greatest fear.. Hm.. Being overweight (It sounds ridiculous and petty, I understand, but I’ve struggled with body image and weight). I would have to say all of the strangers at my treatment centers. I shared and opened up to people I never even met before about my deepest, darkest thoughts and secrets and I was rewarded with comfort and love. It’s hard to describe the feeling, it was just so beautiful and wonderful, to be loved for who you were and not for what you pretended to be or for the way you looked. The most amazing thing is that these people (at first) were complete strangers. I felt really optimistic during that phase of my life. My faith in the goodness and beauty of mankind was restored after months of seclusion and isolation from people. And lastly, probably red. I wear it about everyday. Although I have purple and black as well.
Rainboy asked: Tell me something that you have never told a soul (Be honest).Your favorite book as a child? And the last and most important: Are you single?
Oh gosh.. I honestly don’t know. I’m so incredibly open with my life and my experiences. I don’t really keep secrets. And that’s the honest truth. See answer above. And yes, I am single.
I really enjoyed answering all your questions. And if you didn't have a chance to ask me anything, I'd love for you to stop by my formspring! There's a link on the side of my blog.