Tuesday, March 11, 2014

i n s p i r a t i o n X s h e i n s i d e

It's been a while since I made a fashion post, hasn't it?
Time to change that.

Most of us have probably heard of Sheinside.com already. Personally, it's a site I've always been kind of a closet-fan of, as I'm saving money for Japan and therefore decided to ban shopping. But! That doesn't mean I can't soak up inspiration and share some things that I've been drooling over. And it doesn't mean that I can't get ANYTHING either, I mean . . .

Innocent coughing. I really need some inspiration, believe me. Winter is depressing. Especially in Sweden.

So, I parked my ass on the couch and decided to comb through the sea of awesome clothes Sheinside has to offer. I realized the style really reminds me of H&M's clothes, which I do not mind. H&M is like a drug to me. And Sheinside is actually a lot cheaper, plus free shipping. I do not mind that either.

Let us cut the crap and begin.
For starters...

My recent out of the blue slap of inspiration: 

♡ Crop tops ♡ 
♡ Shirts with a mix of semi-transparent and non-transparent parts ♡
♡ Crop tops with a mix of semi-transparent and non transparent parts ♡
♡ Lace ♡ 
Flower patterns. 
♡ Sport-like shirts, you know with numbers and stripes on the sleeves? ♡
♡ Cute pastels, white and earth colors ♡
♡ Black and white sharp contrasts ♡ 

Street snaps ! !
Picture credit to Tokyo Fashion, my one-sided eternal love. 

It's a real contrast, I guess. Elegant and a little frilly vs. dark and kind of fabulously fierce. 
Did I just use the word fierce, wow, I talk like Tyra Banks.

Like I mentioned before, Sheinside is a sea of clothes, so this took some serious time. After plowing through e v e r y category and e v e r y page within e v e r y category, I made these little sets of clothes that I wanted to share with you guys! 

♡ n o . 1 ♡

♡ n o . 2 ♡

 . . . okay, I take the "little" back, these sets are kind of big. 
I got excited, don't judge me.

Dresses x Tops x Bottoms

Sheinside is an excellent example of a site that can work as a substitute for real Harajuku shopping, if you're stuck on the wrong side of the planet with no money, like me. Cheap, free shipping, rather fabulous. As an answer to many of the "where do I find clothes?!?!" questions I get - check out sheinside.com !

So, thoughts, comments, favorites? Any inspiration to share?
Drop me a line in the comments section (。´∀`)ノ

Over and out for now, have a great week! 

(And remember that I love you in case I don't survive the hectic feverish hellhole of exams and examination essays I'm trying to climb out of at the moment).