Hint of Red

Sunday, April 06, 2014

 coat and scarf borrowed from my aunt • pants Uniqlo • boots Forever 21
earrings Vivilli
gloves borrowed from my cousin
I suddenly missed the cold weather. It's been hell of a week, if you can say literally, since the heat was definitely taking it's toll. That's why I prefer cold temperature. Aside from it being good to my skin, it gives me the freezing thrill that makes me want to snuggle in my jacket or blanket. Don't you just love cuddle weather?
I remember wearing thin layers of clothing when I was in Japan during the winter season. Others might say I'm crazy for doing it, but I enjoyed it. My fingers froze and my spine tingled but I loved it. Again I will say it, the cold never bothered me anyway.
Here I am copying the usual post my cousin, Mimi, always do since I borrowed her gloves. She's just so adorable! I know it looks silly for my age to wear these gloves with bunny prints but for me, it breaks the seriousness of the whole look like how the scarlet hue ends the monotone. As cheesy as it may sound, this description I wrote kind of represents me. People might see me as snobbish or intimidating, but I actually have one hell of a strong humor that you wouldn't see it coming. Yes, it's a disclaimer.
Anyway, I hope you had a great weekend and wishing you a good one ahead!

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