Sunday, July 25, 2010

I love the feeling of wearing long dresses. <3

When deciding what I want to do, should I go for the job safety option of pursuing a business and/or law degree?
Or something I love, like in the fashion industry?
I am so undecided that I'm binging on food more than usual.

Sass and Bide dress, Sportsgirl Jacket, Louis Vuitton watch, Chanel bag, RMK heels.




31 comments:

Monika. said...

Beautiful!


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B.A. said...

O wanted to be in fashion my entire life.

When I started studying it I realised it's nothing like one imagines it to be. I still love it, but there are much more meaningful and fulfilling things you could do with your intelligence.

Karobaro said...

You look stunning!!

Mega said...

Thanks so much B.A. I was thinking about future me breaking down one day and having a Nigel moment; "I can't believe I talk about this crap all day"

hi barbie said...

Such a great outfit, love the dress!

Carmen said...

Love the blazer, you look gorgeous!

Carmen.xx.

Rich Girls. said...

so freakin gorgeous.
an amazing outfit - i really love the blazer. x.

kirstyb said...

wow you look gorge - i love this whole outfit xxx

Leilu said...

I agree w/ B.A. Sometimes the "study" of fashion can suck the life out of it & I found that a lot of people in the industry really do take themselves TOO seriously!

Honestly, you can study something concrete that you enjoy and take a couple of classes related to the fashion industry on the side. Most jobs in the fashion industry do not require a specific degree, just knowledge of the field you want to pursue. That way you'll have something else to fall back on.

Sorry for the rant...

-Leilu

noirohio vintage said...

fashion, fashion!!
You look stunning, either way ;)
LOVE the striped jacket!
xo

Tiphaine said...

Hey!

For help, I choosed the passion more than the job safety option, and I'm now learning philosophy, I love it, and for that I'm one of the bests of my prom. I'm really fond of what I study and it made my life better.
And, just stunning in this outfit!

a smart blond said...

Those heels are pure love.
And I'd like to give you some advice about choosing your future profession, but unfortunately I'm kind of in the same situation as you. One more year till uni and I have no idea what I'll do with my life...... :(

Britty said...

you look great i really love the skirt!

Michelle Elaine said...

glad to see you posting again dvrling! keep it up!

KeepItFvncy,
M.E.

5thandsweet said...

Gorgeous dress! Love it teamed with the stripped blazer!
Amazing blog =)
x!

lolizzie said...

you're so beautiful!!

Stace said...

defs find something you can enjoy - then find a way to make bucketloads of $$$ with that!
I'm also undecided - arts or something safe...wahhh :(

ps. why do you have such perfect style?
I love sass&bide soooo freakin' much x

{ I V Y } said...

sooo beautiful!
the blazer is mad.

Alice said...

Hi, this is my first time commenting. Nice to meet you my name is Alice :D

About your undecided dilemma, I'm on the same boat as you. I'm going to be a freshman in college in the fall and I was going crazy of choosing what to do. The best advice I got was, do what YOU want to do. If you don't, you'll regret it in the future. And if it doesn't work out, you can always change majors into the safe jobs. Hope that helped!

THESTREETFASHION5XPRO said...

Great style! Lovely photos and post...

Anita said...

I totally get what you feel about the uni issue~ I am going into my third year of uni and I still don't know what I want to do after I graduate. I'm not sure how it works in Australia, but here you really do have time to explore all of your options before settling down. I have a mix of friends some who have changed their major ten times and some who have stuck through with their major. In your first year, definitely take advantage of all the courses available at your uni and take business and fashion/design courses! You could also double major or perhaps major in one and minor in the other. If you do, it'll definitely give you an edge compared to others when you graduate and are searching for a job.

I hope this wasn't too long =X well actually i kinda know it was XD

Also, I'm around 155 cm so I'm kinda nervous about buying maxi/long dresses. Do you have suggestions?

Michelyn said...

I just finished my HSC last year and I was grappling with the decision between passion and practicality too: Design or Optom/Med.
I am in first year Interior Design/International Studies now and can honestly say I have no regrets with my decision. I feel at pains to know I have forgone a career with guaranteed respect in society but looking back I doubt I would be experiencing anything remotely close to the sort of joy and satisfaction that I have now.

A few comments helped shaped my appreciation of my decision, and I hope they will help you with yours too.

1. We need intelligent women in all career paths.
2. Would you rather devote your time to money, or to your passion?


In the end, your life is what you make of it. A life lived in fear is a life half lived: Where there is a will, there is a way.

Miss Tila said...

OMG i love your blog so much!!

Jasmin said...

Gorgeous outfit!
very chic!
=]

Eli said...

ah this is such a pretty outfit! love the pic with the skirt floating!

INTRO TO MY LIFE said...

amazing, you look fabulous and i love your blog

Mode.Karussell said...

These pictures are amazing. ;)


Visit me on my blog if you like to ;) I hope you'll do.

Mimi

Sana said...

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The-LifeStyleBlog said...

What ever the choice....know its not going to be easy....which ever route to decide to purse. Try and find something you love doing.....easier said than done in many cases but remember you need an income from for choice.

Le Temps d'M said...

nice outfit ;)

bravegrrl said...

i heart long dresses :)