A new outfit post, finally. I didn't take any in Taiwan because the lighting indoors wasn't good enough, so I'd have to go outside to take pictures, and by the time I get outside, I'd already be sweating buckets. And I didn't have very many outfits. because I only took two t-shirts and a couple of pairs of pants with me.
Sleeveless shirt, skirt, and tights from Taiwan
It looks like I went back to buying black clothes. It's no use; if I see something I like that comes in different colors, I'd always go with black. And then grey. And then maybe cream or white.
I thought about why I tend to steer towards neutral colors so much, and I think one of the reasons is so that I'd wear it more often. When I was younger, my dad was a little more strict when it came to buying clothes. I'd have to buy pieces that I would be willing to wear frequently, and it had to be big enough to last a few years at the very least. Neutral colors seem to go with everything, and I've gotten used to having to wear big sizes.
Here's the clothes that I bought in Taiwan. I think I'm missing one or two things here.
Six tops, a scarf, a dress, three pairs of drop crotch pants, denim shorts, and a pair of jeans.
Born a Yorker, now a Cali girl going to school in New York, I'm a five-foot twenty year old Taiwanese girl, who still gets mistaken for a preteen. I live for art and fashion and I want to grow up to be a princess.