Where there is desire
There is gonna be a flame

Where there is a flame
Someone's bound to get burned

But just because it burns
Doesn't mean you're gonna die

You've gotta get up and try try try
                          Pink - 'Try'

Pencil Skirt, Biker Style Jacket: Forever21, Fringed Top, Earrings: Vintage,
Tights: H&M, Heels: Deichmann



Are you faux real?

The title of today's blog entry is not only related to my double leather outfit (with both, faux and real elements), but also somehow quite adequate for a situation I'm seeing myself in at the time.
I'm not gonna explain in detail, but try to give you an impression of the questions currently being raised in my head (and heart). One of them is (surprisingly) the title of that blog entry, asking: Are you for real? (cheers to wordplays!) It's interesting that among millions of people on the planet, one or two particular persons can rule your mind - funnily, not even knowing that - and make you feel desperate and scared and make a whole lot of other negative emotions cross your thoughts. The ones closest to can cause the most damage.
When you feel so unimportant to somebody you really care for, pain starts to emerge in your chest. Sometimes, this seems just so major because you are making it that big. That's being thin-skinned and projecting your fear onto something not so dramatic, in fact. But sometimes you're right to be suspicious. Then, there's the third possibility of PMS.
In my very situation, I hope for answer a) or c) - but anyway, I've you've already been through a similar situation, being sensitive is quite a logical consequence, I guess. Once bitten, twice shy, right?

Love, Julie.

Vintage Men's Leather Vest, Second Hand Mango Bag, Faux Leather Skirt, Lace Shirt, Booties & Tights: H&M,
Bracelets: Forever21, H&M, I am


Red, baby.

"it's hard to dance with a devil on your back
so shake him off"
                                       Florence and the Machine

Jacket, Skirt, Lace Shirt: H&M, Clutch: Vintage, Shoes: Humanic, Tights: Calzedonia
Ring: Dorothy Perkins