which means I can UPDATE!
And boy, there is a lot to update about.
But first, Halloween!!
On October 23rd, I went to a Halloween Party. It was at my friend Melissa's and the theme was Batman!!
My costume was Sugar from "Batman Forever". My sister-in-law went as Spice.
Poison Ivy, Spice and Sugar.
Boob shots are necessary.
It was so much fun!
On the actual day of Halloween, I went trick or treating with my nieces, brother, sister-in-law, and our friends Melissa and Chris.
Melissa, Chris and the girls.
This house was BALLIN'! Soooo much decorations and creepy music.
we got lots of candy! yay for tons of calories!!! hahaha
I've been collecting outfit pictures lately so I could do one big post.
I chose the best and I've decided to post them. I think I'm going to keep this habit up so I can have one post included with tons of pictures.
Sound good to you? haha
Skirt: some store in Jusco, haha
Same outfit, excepttttt
I love love love love my bow.
Theseeee shoes are my new favorite loves. I bought them FOUR YEARS AGO at a shoe store in my local mall for $5. I didn't know how to work them then, but I really like them nowadays.
Don't you just love finds like that?
The other day, I changed into my pjs, no bra, just hanging around and I realized, "Oh my gosh, lets try this outfit with THOSE shoes"
Here is the results:
Dress & sweater (came together): Gal Fit
Leggings: Charlotte Russe
I think this would be a cute dress/sweater combo for shopping or maybe the movies with friends. It's comfy but not toooo comfy.
Camisole: Charlotte Russe
Belt: came with a pair of pants I got for work, XD
Skirt: Body Line Harajuku
Leggings: Charlotte Russe
Boots: some shop in Jusco. They were $10!
This is a way I thought this outfit could become more casual.
Those shoes were my indoor shoes from my exchange year in Japan!
And here is yet another way to wear it - a lot more springy, I think.
Thigh-high socks: Charlotte Russe
And another picture of me wearing my boots before going out with my dad:
Jeans: Charlotte Russe
Boots: see above!
That's all for now! hope you enjoyed it!
and now... onto the big news!
My friends from my Japanese school are graduating in March. I'm always thought, "Man, I'd REALLY like to go see them one last time. I've found a job, started saving money, and it looks like I'll actually be able to go!!
Yes, you read it right, I'm planning returning to Japan in March!!!
Nothing has been decided or finalized yet, but it looks like I should be able to next month.
I'm soooo happy and excited and just... floored!
This is my dream!!!
My next post will be another "Things I Learned in Japan" post, so please keep checking!!
Have a good day!!