Saturday, August 30, 2014
Now I know I just made a Back to School LOOKBOOK but there are still many many oh so many pieces of clothing that I wish I could have incorporated into my outfits. Some of them way to expensive for me to purchase, and some of them I really wish I could have but missed/didn't have the chance to buy them! So I decided to make a Back to School WISHLIST to display some bonus outfit ideas that I put together! Ready to be campus-ready? Fasten your seat belts and let us begin!
Sunday, August 24, 2014
The one week countdown to a new school year began yesterday!
Well, sort of.
As some of you may know, university(slash college) classes don't really start until after Frosh week; so technically, school doesn't start until the 8th of September for me. But to make up for the lack of videos I have produced this summer, I finally pooped out a "Back to School LOOKBOOK".
Here is a little rant - for a video that is less than 4 minutes long, the time I spent on making this video is kind of ridiculous. As a newbie to video making, I have yet to figure out a more efficient way to produce videos. 3 hours of filming, 5+ hours of editing, 3+ hours of more editing (voice-overs, thumbnails, etc.) seem rather preposterous for such a short video. I still have so much to learn! (◕‿◕✿)
Alright, enough talking. Here is the actual video! I hope you guys really enjoy it and find it at least somewhat helpful!
Sunday, August 10, 2014
I came across a cool app called 8FACT - it has a plethora of interesting facts that I personally did not know. And guess what? I made a video about it!
Bet you didn't know at least one of these facts eh?
You can find it here if the video does not play.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
>> With a rich history in fashion, the Breton stripes originated from France and were made for sailors. In its most common form, the Breton stripes usually have boatneck - or a wider round neckline. Personally I think it's a very flattering neckline on females, as it shows off the neck as well as collar bones. By itself, a Breton stripe t-shirt is a rather loose fitting piece, which is why many choose to have it tucked into their bottom wear, leaving a more fitted silhouette.