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Look SugarBaby Chic without Breaking Your Bank Account

So I’ve come across a lot of questions in the past on how to look good without compromising your bank balance. Sugaring is competitive, and as much as we love our sugar sisters… We’re all in the same bowl. There’s sugar babies who are stunting in red bottoms flaunting Rolex arm candy, and there’s sugar babies running around in denim and tops. (Totally not looking down on either.) We often forget that men are visual creatures, and most of them are attracted to a woman that knows how to dress well. If you want to be a rich man’s choicest arm candy, then you best start dressing the part. You can’t expect to have the Ritz Carlton experience with a Holiday Inn & Suites package. Money attracts money. Starting out not many of us have designer this and designer that. I certainly didn’t own anything designer starting out. Other than a few presents from family & vanilla men. So here’s how I started out… Firstly I got myself a vanilla job. Retail is great for this, plus one for those employee perks! I worked a few months to save some money for a decent wardrobe. I shopped at places like: Ross, TJ Maxx, Marshals, Nordstrom Rack, Plato’s Closet, Amiclubwear, HotMiamiStyles & Tradesy. This allowed me to purchase new, previously loved, and discounted clothing at a fraction of the MSRP (manufacturers suggested retail price). I purchased dresses, ankle pants, chiffon tops, blazers, accessories, & lingerie (new of course). The key is to avoid anything flashy for instance a black top with Boss B#%* or something like that written on it. The key is to dress professional, chic, & keep versatility in mind. When I say versatile, I mean a blazer that can be professional with a collared shirt but still look chill with a pink chiffon top when you roll up the sleeves. As a sugar baby you’ll be exposed to things women your age aren’t. Things like flying private or taking weekend/ day trips with your SD for pleasure or work. Each and every occasion needs to have an appropriate outfit. Think of all the scenarios you could possibly be in and purchase outfits accordingly. A sugar baby can never be over dressed. These men are willing to pay top dollar for women out there. Your first few sugar daddies are like your foundation pillars. Make sure you sift the salt daddies away! The first few ones need to be taking you shopping for items you cannot buy without breaking your bank account. For example, it’s Cocoa Cathy’s 22nd birthday, and her daddy asks her what she wants. Cocoa Cathy should be saying, “Well Daddy, for my birthday I’d like my allowance as usual, but I would absolutely love it if you’d be able to get me a handbag I’ve been eyeing for quite a while!” If Daddy is pure sugar he will say, “I’d be more than happy to buy you that handbag! Look it up & I’ll forward you my card details.” This is sugar! Cocoa Cathy knows that this daddy just went through a brutal divorce so she knows not to ask for a Celine. She instead opts for two handbags from the $800-1K range. She lets Daddy pick which one would look better, and of course daddy goes for the expensive one. This shows how much Daddy enjoys Cocoa Cathy’s company, and he knows that Cocoa Cathy has sophisticated taste. (just an example) You should utilize your allowance to purchase staple sugar clothing items like palazzo pants or cardigans. There’s no need for a sugar baby to be a brand ambassador wearing 20 different designer labels. Often, this gives your sugar daddy the vibe that you already have it all. Be smart when purchasing your initial sugar wardrobe. You don’t have to break your bank account doing so. We all know we’re sugaring to one day run into a Whale Daddy, but until then those 2-3K/ month daddies aren’t bad! Also make sure you still have personality! Your wardrobe can only sell you so much! Your personality really signs seals and delivers your arrangement. For my new babies, please do not wear your heart on your wrist. These men are brutal and will try to talk down to you. They will try to make you feel like you’re not worth that 2-3K allowance. That’s a huge red flag for you to move on! Never compromise your allowance range.

Originally posted by evagutowskipoland

anonymous asked:

sorry if uve answered this before but what r some clothes u would consider staple items to mix & match to make lots of outfits with a few items? (im kinda a poor student rn so i cant afford many new clothes often lol)

  • black and white items. whether it be bottoms or tops, if you can’t decide between the two, just get both bc you will definitely get a lot of wear out of them.
  • solid colors that are subdued rather than flamboyant (desaturated tones like pastels vs. neon colors).
  • simple and timeless patterns like stripes!!!
  • a good flannel or any sort of plaid button-up.
  • dark wash and light wash denim. same rule of thumb as the b&w items imo.
  • a nice light to medium wash denim jacket.
  • lots and lots and lots of cute socks as accent points in your outfit!!! even with a complete monochrome look, cute socks make everything fun and playful ^_^

anonymous asked:

ALLY you are my biggest fashion inspiration!! i live in england so its autumn now, what are your staple clothes for autumn winter?? do you have any pictures of your outfits from these times? and who are your fashion inspirations? I'm doing some online shopping and could really use your help! thank you, have a beautiful day xxxxx

Hey anon! Thank you, that’s super flattering :) I love fashion-related distractions, so I’ll put together a nice little post for you if I can. England is a lot cooler than Melbourne in Autumn, but I’ll see if I can give you some ideas anyway.

WARNING - Super long post ahead :) Photos at the bottom x

To me, Autumn is all about layers. It’s not Summer anymore, but it’s not quite brought the icy chill of Winter just yet; thus, it becomes a fusion of the two. I’d take a Spring/Summer weight dress, but add a tight plain tee underneath. Wear an A-line skirt, but add a turtleneck jumper and over-the-knee socks. Chuck on some long overalls, but wear some knitwear underneath, or a faux leather motorcycle jacket on top. I really love sock detailing, so lots of knee and thigh high socks, plain stockings, grey slouchy tube socks, and pretty ankle socks with floral designs or ruffles that dress up an outfit with some booties, mary janes, oxfords, loafers, even clogs or sandals. Rain boots are also perfect, especially paired with a nice coat or cape. Layer with warm cardigans, button down shirts and flannels, even flared pants if you can rock it.

I love adding accessories like hats, super thick scarves, fingerless gloves, head wraps, sunglasses, capes, shawls, cute backpacks, 

Materials like denim, velvet and (faux) suede are nice, colours like mustard yellow, maroon/burgundy, olive green, anything tartan, and marbled grey.

My favourite ‘look’ is one I fell in love with in 2010, a campaign called ‘Twelve’ by the New Zealand label Twenty Seven Names. Check it out:

This outfit below is pretty much my dream autumn/winter look

I don’t post my own clothes very often as I don’t often buy new things, but you can find some of my personal ‘outfit’ posts here:

Here are some Lookbook accounts that you should check out too:

I can’t afford anything by these brand, but maybe you can or at least draw some inspiration if you like the vibe:

Have a look at @simply-kenna​‘s YouTube channel and Instagram page, she radiates Autumnal vibes. Zoella has great Autumn style too.

My biggest style inspiration is Vanessa Hudgens, and you can follow a blog that chronicles her fashion taste here:

And finally, here are some Autumn looks that I would love to rock :)

(These images were found from just digging around online, but most are from Free People, Urban Outfitters or style blogs. If you want to find a certain item in one of the outfits, just reverse google search the photo)


Okay and now finally some hair and makeup inspiration :)

I hope that helps! :)

anonymous asked:

One time in elementary school, for some reason I decided I needed to marry my friend and a bunch of other kids got excited about it too, and we made a dress and veil for me out of white construction paper, and a jacket and top hat for my friend out of black paper, and the "clothes" were attached with staples, glue and tape. We made programs for the guests, and had a friend "marry" us with a Magic Treehouse book. Then we danced to Backstreet Boys. I don't know where the supervision was. (1/2)

But I love the idea of Matt, Foggy and Elektra doing that in some combination. Who’s getting married? (probably not Foggy and Elektra) Who’s the friend to marry them? Who put together the outfits? Where were the adults in all this? We just don’t know. (2/2)

It’s Marci who decides they need to have a wedding, of course, after she’s flower girl at her aunt’s. She even has a poofy white dress from the event that she insists on showing off pictures of to all her classmates, at length. Her mother will let her wear it to school, but only for the day of the wedding itself, because it is for a special occasion.

She spends a week loudly debating the choice of groom, even though everyone knows who it’s going to be in the end. It does not become the heated competition she hopes, despite a lot of sidling up to the various boys in the class and batting her eyelashes.

“Don’t call me Lukey,” Luke says firmly, and keeps working on the world’s longest construction paper chain (probably) with Colleen.

“I’m never getting married,” Frankie scoffs. “I’m gonna have a dog and live in a truck and I’m not sharing.”

“Okay,” says Danny from where he’s sitting on top of a very tall bookcase and eating a crayon.

…Maybe not Danny, then.

“I don’t think we’re old enough,” says Malcolm nervously, which is a shame, because he’s the nicest kid in the class and clearly the best choice.

“Not if I haveta dress up,” says Brett, and goes back to playing Cops and Other Cops with Misty (neither one will agree to be the robber).

Marci doesn’t even ask Matt, who she hates, for reasons no one can understand. Even Frankie kinda likes Matt.

In the end she picks Foggy, like everyone knew she would. Foggy agrees, then privately reassures Matt that there’s no reason they can’t get married too, when they get big and have a place to put the swirly slide they have already agreed will go in their shared apartment.

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anonymous asked:

What would you say are 90s goth staples? In the clothes and staples? Like some types of goth staples may be horror, fishnets, or ankhs attach to them but what's about 90s goth? I'm going for a more 90s goth approach to my style and thought to ask you since I know you like the style.

Hmm. Ever see pictures of like little tiny Marilyn Manson? When his hair was still long and before he shaved his eyebrows? With the shorts, and striped stockings, and thick soled boots, and the lip ring? That’s part of that aesthetic. Look at some early pictures of Jack Off Jill, with Jessicka in the Wednesday Addams style dress. Or Trent Reznor in the leather pants and fishnet shirts. Or some of the cartoon fashion in Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, with the partially shaved heads (undercuts don’t make me think 80s, they make me think 90s) and definitely the nose ring. The girls in the Craft, the twisted Catholic school girl thing and the long witchy strega fashion stuff. Really thick soled Mary Jane shoes. Some of the kinderwhore stuff Courtney Love was so fond of. Lots of vinyl or PVC boots and corsets. Fishnet sleeves and arm warmers were definitely there, and eyeliner was less of an art than in the 80s. Black hair, not teased, but certainly with bright streaks of color. Stuff Voltaire puts in his books. 

But take all I say with a grain of salt. I’m young, I was pretty little in the 90s, and this is all learned, guessed, and observed stuff. You’re more likely to get an accurate answer from someone who was there. 

anonymous asked:

Hi, I was wondering what your back-to-school staples are?

My back to school staples are…

Clothes / Shoes

Bags / Supplies

anonymous asked:

What are some staple clothing items for fall/early winter? I got to school up north so I need warm stuff.

Here are my fall/winter staples:

  • riding boots
  • leggings
  • fur vests
  • puffy vests
  • long sleeve dresses
  • neutral skirts
  • knee high socks
  • bean boots
  • patagonia fleece
  • black booties
  • tights
  • chunky sweaters
  • statement earrings
  • blouses
  • button downs
  • cowboy boots
  • denim jackets
  • black crossbody purse
  • plaids
  • oversized flannel button downs
  • thick wool headbands

Here are some outfits I wore last fall/winter.


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I just realized why the Assassins might have been known for white beaked hoods. White looks conspicuous from the Renaissance era onward, but it would allow one to hide in plain site in ancient Egypt. White linen was the staple clothing for the middle and upper classes, and white was a common color in clothing for much of the ancient era. I guess the assassins were stubborn traditionalists with their dress until the late 18th Century

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