Thursday, 12 June 2008

THE ALL-TIME FAVOURITE


Dress - RockSteady

You know how it is that when you wear a certain dress nice things always happen to you and more people approach you than normal? I've written about my lucky dresses before, but this one is still my all-time favourite. It rocks.

It is quite easy to make nice hairdo's by using just combs. Combs rock too.

14 comments:

annabananna said...

i totally understand why people approach you when you wear that dress: you look amazing in it! and even if you say making hairdo's like that is easy, i just can't figure out out todo it. but i suppose, my hair is too short for that anyway. it looks so pretty!

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Annabananna : Yes of course it requires some lenght to roll tha hair up. Some time ago UnderbaraClara (she's in my link list) did a post on how to "fool" you hair longer by fastening it with pins. But I'll make a post of one of the hairdo's soon!

WendyB said...

You're such a pin-up girl.

Lil' Puch said...

Lovely dress, amazing hairdo, please make a step by step hairdo post!!!

Dotti said...

I'd treat you like a princess aswell! And how nice that you're going to help us all out with a post on those lovely hairdoes. Kisses.

ina said...

you know for me it's impossible to do those hairdo's (ok, right now it's too short of course, but also otherwise). My hair is just so slippery so nothing stays in it. I'd need loads of pins and spray and for sure it wouldn't be easy... But I've seen you put up your hair in just one second with one chopstick, just like that. So I know it's possible...

Mrs Munster said...

I love the dress! I always thought when my hair is long enough, I will be able to make all sorts of great hairdo's, but no. I always try but end of having my hair on a ponytail :)I've really enjoyed reading your blog.

anna said...

I wish I had longer hair so I could just do my hair with some combs. I've been practising on rolls a lot, so far I haven't left home wearing them, cos I'm afraid the wind gets into them and then they're all ruined. But some day I'm going to step outside with them...

The Clothes Horse said...

Terrific dress. People can treat you so differently based on how we dress. You look so perfect in this style!

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

thank you girls.

ina : sometimes there is an advantage in having somewhat dry hair (umm...even though my hair isn't even that dry anymore. I jsut roll it with a strooong hand)

Mrs.Munster: Yeah it's quite easy to get stuck in one haristyle if it works. Most of the time i roll my hair with the saem old chopstick. And hey, glad you like he blog :)

Anna : I know what you mean - sometimes I might fix my hair in a certain way but just don't have the guts to go out and rock it. Adn somthings look better when you try tham out and tend to fail the time you do it "for real", at least for me.

Lady Smaggle said...

It certainly looks like a lucky dress! You'll have to resist the urge to wear it all the time. It looks grogeous!

Super Kawaii Mama said...

Wonderful hair. More people should take the time.
Nice shot of the Sakura too. I am having mine coloured next week and vacillating between magenta and hot pink. Perhaps I'll just get both.

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Lady Smaggle : Somtimes it relaly is hard to resist yes :)

Super Kawaii Mama : I still have to continue a bit on mine, it ends kind of abruptly on the back.

I think both colours could look good. You have so strong colours yourself so it'll be great!

Miss Woo said...

Love it, it has the cutest check ever!