Wearing: Motel Rocks halter crop top, Vintage Windsor Smith harness boots, Tree of Life floppy hat, Thrifted skirt, bag & belt, Assorted jewellery
I know the writing below may seem slightly incoherent and maybe a bit too stream of consciousness for some of you but deal with it and expect this type of babbling once a week.
- I wore this whilst on a massive thrift with Caitlan for Age of Sunastry. It was very comfortable because the skirt doesn't restrict my gut and allows for a nice breeze between my legs.
- While Caitlan and I were thrifting, this random male worker at one of the many charity stores we went to, proceeded to ask me if I thought Caitlan was, "an Indigo or Rainbow woman?" and told me, "her aura is a mixture of both, she is a very strong and independent woman."
- Which has left me thinking about Indigo children and how unique they are and how unique Caitlan is (P.S check out her blog to see how awesome she is and stuff, and maybe tell her how cool she is for driving me around heaps) But also left me thinking about the concept of uniqueness and individuality and do these concepts really exist or are they a social construct to further define people and society.
- I went clubbing again on Friday night, and I actually enjoyed it for once! Maybe because I went to a club where men didn't feel entitled to touch me and my butt. And maybe cause I got to dance and do my thing on a podium in the middle of the club.
- I finally got the roots of my hair touched up and it's made me feel loads better because I feel nice again, because when my hair is ugly it's like my whole world is turned upside down and I can't do anything until I look normal again. Normal being the person I envision in my mind as I think of cool outfits to wear and new make up to wear.
- I recently re-watched the Labyrinth for the billionth time and have aptly used a quote as my post title and I've also had this song stuck in my head since: