It's been quite awhile since I posted images of me wearing something as basic as a black tank top. Or pretty much anything that shows imagery of my weight gain. If you haven't noticed, I only seem to post pictures of me wrapped in clothes or accessories. Yes, after months of constant traveling (not to mention eating), I must admit that I've gained quite a bit.
After looking at this photo, it doesn't look like my weight gain is a bad thing. Thin, of course, is the norm, and I certainly have to watch out what I ingest but sometimes it's nice to look different from what I am accustomed to. In any case, I like how I look. I'll work on toning myself, for sure. Otherwise, not bad eh?
With that being said, I'll still take appropriate steps in being fit…. AND staying fit.
Completely letting myself go is NOT, and WON'T be, an option.
How desirable is the new Lanvin x H&M collaboration? Pretty desirable if you ask me.
Check out this gorgeous Mongolian goat fur jacket from Lanvin’s autumn/winter 2010 collection. It retails for approx. US$13,000. Now compare it to the Lanvin x H&M faux fur jacket which is slated to sell for about US$149.
I had to use the above visuals to explain to the boyfriend the importance of the Lanvin x H&M collaboration.
Lanvin for H&M: Highly Anticipated, Boyfriend Won’t Cooperate
Two words: HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED.
I jokingly asked my boyfriend how much he earns in a day so when the BIG day comes, he’ll take the day off (and I’ll pay his wages instead) and run to his nearest H&M store to buy a few things for me. But alas, he cringed at the idea of queueing with hoardes of girls for hours just to get me the pieces I want. Some kind of boyfriend he is…
I want all the t-shirts, the bags, ALL the accessories except for the women’s shoes, ALL the women’s jackets and coats and men’s shoes.