Now that my hair is finally long enough to style with tools other than my fingers, I got two Acca Kappa beechwood combs, one for wet hair and the other for dry hair, as well as a couple brushes. I used to own a brush by the Italian company — established in 1869— but I left it at the airport in Dallas years ago.
These are considered cult products as they last for years! I was fortunate enough to have spotted them, and they were considerably less expensive than in London, where a brush can cost about £43 ($70).
Pedobear has been following me since 2008. I’m glad he/she/it is still around! I’m also happy that a lot of you from that time are still here almost five years later. Of course, I’d like to welcome my new followers, too!
It’s that time of year again when I can slide comfortably into my Zucca Travail jeans with no resulting muffin top. Big fat hairy deal, I hear you. But they’re a French size 0! (I don’t know what that is in American and I don’t want to find out.) Instead of weighing myself, I prefer to use clothing as a gauge.
Anyway, I’m marking this fleeting triumph by eating five grapes. Carry on.
This chain-print shirt by Kidda!, Christopher Shannon's accessible diffusion line, is the perfect intersection of gaudy and sporty, so I had to have it! I can already see myself wearing it with so many things: colored chinos, camos, cargos, etc.
After close to a month, I’m finally reunited with my beloved watch! What a relief. It was quite challenging to travel around Malaysia and not know what time it was, though in certain ways that was quite refreshing. (I kept my phone off most of the time since my roaming would come and go anyway.)
The horseshoe bangle belonged to either my Mom or my aunt when they were teens — my grandmother doesn’t really remember.