(My quite simple outfit from few months ago. Unfortunately, I didn't have much time for my make up that day, so no fake eyelashes this time. I wish I had someone to take my pics so that I didn't have to use the mirror at the bathroom all the time... Well, anyways, the last pic is quite scary, isn't it?)
Hello to all!
Last week (when I wrote this - I'm now continuing writing much later, haha) I had a very long day at the fashion show that we had in Helsinki, 18 hours of work all in all, but I think the hair stylists, and make up artists and the people that styled our clothes had even tougher and longer day with all the preparations. It was quite an interesting experience to do modelling for Benetton, Sisley and ICHI since those are all quite different brands to the ones that I prefer myself. Plus, I really must have had the biggest hair ever.. A huge hairy rectangle on my head. Haha.
Thank you for all the people that came to watch the show. I'm still wondering who was the one screaming my name there every once in a while. I didn't even know that a person can yell that loud (I guess it was some of my closest friend's)... Pictures coming hopefully soon.
A piece of philosophy by Iira:
"Even of I thought that someone was ugly or not so pleasant to watch, I would never say it loud - because I know that I'm wrong."
If you know what is the saying and thought behind that sentence, I give you a golden star.
A clue: concrit, Sokrates and the fact that in my opinion there are no ugly people in this word - the word "ugly" itself, as a term, is very absurd.
Then, to my today's subjects (and as someone wished, I changed the placing of my text ;)):
I got to admit that it's sometimes very difficult to find any differences from casual aristocrat and the aristocrat style itself, but there are few things to mention when we try to compare a bit more casual style to the more dramatic one. I have to say that the biggest difference comes in the make up, the amount of accessories and possibly even in the shape of the clothes and the details (ruffles, prints etc.)
A picture tells more than a thousand words, so I will share few good examples of a casual style that I personally would prefer when wearing aristocrat at school or work:
ats of many kinds/headdresses/roses/haircorsages
(Ehm, not very aristocratic, but I hope you noticed my sunglasses, the wig, hat, pearls and coats that I use often with casual aristocrat - the left one is from Moitié)
And for a bit more dramatic style:
(I have also started to prefer gyaruish hairdos and make up with my aristocrat and lolita. Now, don't get too shocked ecause have you noticed what our beloved HIzaki does with his hair and make up? Yes, it's all very gyaru in the end, isn't it?)
Then, few good examples of the more dramatic make up:
Then just simply quite dramatic arsitocratic outfits. There are many other styles and pictures of the dramatic version of aristocrat, so if there's something spesific that you are looking for, feel free to ask me. :) :
Well, if you think that it would be good to add something more to this text, let me know about it because it might be that I have forgotten something very important...
Anyways, here are my subjects for my next texts:
- "Photoshoots, shooting locations and poses"
- "How to behave like an aristocrat"
- "Aristocratic style in my way, make up and hair (tutorials)"
- "A mystery video"
I will be answering your comments as soon as possible. Again, thank you for those - they always inspire me to write and discuss more. :3
With many warm hugs,