camo & orange


Rihanna stepped out after midnight for a meal at an Italian restaurant in Soho, wearing a Black Shearling coat, Orange Camo pants, and her hard to get, Fenty x Puma Creepers , also in Orange Camo. She arrived to the restaurant 10 minutes after they closed, at 1:10am, and forced them to stay open passed 6am, 5 hours overtime, as she wined, dined and had a business meeting inside.


Welcome to Monster HighToralei Stripe

like where is my boy positivity blog that’s like “it’s ok if you fuckin love tractors and just want to talk about farm equipment but you can’t be a real farmer yet!!!! it’s ok if you love the look of riding mowers but have never mowed a damn lawn!!  it’s ok if you wear orange and camo and you never hunted a critter in your damn life!! you. are. VALID!!!!”

Gaby’s Green and Cream Racetrack Ensemble - The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

This may just be my favourite ever movie outfit. Everything about it is perfect! Unfortunately, there are very few elements of this outfit that are available for purchase (and the ones that are cost a lot!) but it’s just too lovely to skip. 

The dress is another original design by film costume designer Johanna Johnson. Similar to the orange camo play dress, it has the most beautiful cutout design in the back and it is such a shame that you never actually get to see it in the film.

The dress is also paired with a long cream coat which, considering the co-ordinated green panel on the inner collar, is more than likely another piece designed specifically for the film. 

She also has the most lovely bright yellow small Delvaux Brillant bag.

She wears the same Theirry Lasry Milfy 101 sunglasses as the orange play dress outfit.

I was unable to find exactly which hat she is wearing but it is a fairly generic broad brimmed, white felt design with a ribbon trim.

The shoes she wears with this outfit are a pair of low block heel white and silver sandals. Once again, these look custom made.

Finally so far as her jewellery, she once again wears the second black pearl/listening bug engagement ring that Illya gave her, the same random vintage butter yellow resin ring as well as these gorgeous oversized lucite hoop earrings.

So there you have the full outfit! For a break down of her orange camo play dress outfit check out my other post here. Also, if you wan’t to keep track of all the other outfits I post about in the future please follow. I will also be eventually be posting “get the look for less” suggestions as well as an analysis of her hair and makeup.

@ryeong9: E.L.F. 일본 슈퍼캠프 다녀올게요~^^ 마음으로 함께해요 ! 전 괜찮아요~ 걱정하지말고 ! 😆 いまにほんにいきます。ちょっとうまてください。あいたいよ。あいしてる~

@ryeong9: E.L.F., I’ll go to Japan for Super Camp~^^ Please be together in heart ! I’m fine~ Don’t worry about it ! Now I’m going to Japan. Please wait for me. I missed you. I love you~ (cr)


*sigh* they are flawless


Grams for a Healthy Lyfestyle

The Wynwood location of jugofresh is easily my favorite juice place in miami. The graphics in this place kind of automatically place it at the top.I can imagine the hired some small japanese man, decked out in like, vintage bape, and a super wide legged painter pant; and they were like, just go IN on this shit. And man did he go turbo. they’ve got these bape camo walls, church pews for seating, and like, an orange camo rendition of the last supper on the back wall.  Its situated in a pretty fire location as well, right in the center of the Wynwood walls. This is the perfect place to get the gram that says I promote a healthy lifestyle and I’m culturally relevant. Except when you go to do a handstand in front of that Kenny Scharf, you drop the entire ‘raw power’ and it explodes all over your crisp stan smiths. Nothing is worse than struggle Stan Smiths dogg.

Jugo Fresh

Tip: add avocado to anything bc it makes everything so damn smooth

Tip: take everything to go so you can sip your juice while checking out some art.

Pricing: acai verde ($11), ashram juice ($9), you fresh? smoothie ($9).

When to come here: whenever in Wynwood, before or after you hit Panther coffee.

Where: 222 NW 26th St Miami

Times: Monday-Friday 8am-7pm Saturday 9am-8pm Sunday 10am-3pm

Phone: 305 758 9559