Because “it’s the most wonderful time of the year” (and by wonderful I mean: -15 degrees, muddy black snow, grannies falling on the frozen pavement, ungodly traffic and angry drivers sending positive vibes to your mother), it gets dark at 17 o’clock, and dark outside, means dark in the kitchen. So, instead of buying light bulbs, I figured we could use a flash light. Been cooking with a flash light for weeks now. I almost feel like Bear Grylls, living in the darkness, trying to fight nature’s severity. Only, I’m not in a forest and I’m using electricity… Oh well.
You know, I’ve heard a lot of stories coming from people, who think they’re lazy slobs and procrastinating cockroaches, but I have yet to see someone as lazy and irresponsible, as me and my sis. I think the student dormitory life has taught us that nothing is forever, everything changes. We used to put some effort into leading a normal life, before the dormitory. But when you live in a 7 square meters room, with two other girls, you gradually start believing that whatever you do is pointless and you might as well give up on normality, right from the start.
Have you guys ever lived in a dormitory? How was it?
Anywho, time for fashion! There’s nothing that can brighten up the gloomy weather, like a little hobo style. I scored this sweater in the men’s section from a second hand store and I’ve been so proud of it! I wanted a creamy white sweater for years, but couldn’t find a decent fit and color. Praise Cthulhu for the men’s section!
Styling this was fun! There are so many possibilities. I love oversize sweaters with maxi skirts. As long as proportions are not over the top, I think it looks awesooomee!