Wednesday, September 30, 2009

This is very, very awesome dress. It's by a brand named numph. The 'u' [in numph] has two circle-y things on top, but I don't know how to do those. The dress is great for spring, with the flowers and the airy-ness to it. It looks like she's in an art studio. Great picture. I actually have a jacket that I'm wearing today is from numph. You can buy numph clothing at a store called Spank, on commercial drive, Vancouver, BC They sell really, really nice clothing there that is out-of-the-ordinary-cool. Different, but great. The address is 1027 commercial drive. Check it out. Their website is really easy to remember, it's: www.spankclothing.com, and/or you can look them up for pictures on google. Also, quick, fun suggestion: Find a mantra. Put in in your locker, binder, on your computer screen, or somewhere where you look at a lot, and you'll remember it. Mine's: Be happy!! You can use my example if you want, but it really does help lift my spirits, OR, another good, short idea is a word that describes yourself this school year, like: Happy, energetic, friendly, fun, etc...
Be happy!!

1 comment:

  1. The double dots is an "umlaut" - you can type that by pressing option-u, then type the character you'd like after that. Like ü, ë, ï, ö, ÿ. You probably shouldn't be able to do it on anything other than a vowel, but I tried it on a "y", because of the band Queensrÿche. I guess y still is a vowel, but typically it's used as a consonant... Love the model, hair, purples. Hard to tell, but I think the faded flowers are a post process fake. Great design idea to incorporate into a shoot tho...

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