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10 Tips From a Cosplayer

Okay, so I’ve been doin this nonsense for about 8 years now and here are my 10 biggest tips for anyone else doing this sadistic hobby (This is a bit geared towards people who make costumes just FYI. I will post another more geared for beginners or those who buy later)

1) Remember Why You Do This.

Maybe you showed up to con and were 1 of 74 Jinx’s. Or maybe your costume wasn’t as accurate as someone else’s. Or maybe it feels like everyone else made theirs and you bought yours. So what? Did you have fun? Did you meet friends, and/or bond with the people you came with? Unless you’re in the contests, remember that it ISN’T a contest. And even the contests are meant to be fun. Alternatively, don’t let any elitist fans ruin your fun.

2) Don’t Take Yourself So Seriously.

Remember that being a cosplayer doesn’t make you ‘more’ of a fan than someone who doesn’t. Remember that you do this for your own enjoyment and that is all that matters. Spend as long or as little as you want on a costume, end a con with 20 silly selfies and some new friends, compliment that other cosplayer in the same outfit because you clearly both have something in common, don’t think of them as competition.

3) Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help.

Parents, siblings, teachers, friends, neighbors, craft store employees, theater teachers, art teachers, people online. There are tons of people who could offer help with even little things like what glue to use on foam that needs heatshaping(non-flammable x-treme elmers glue is nice) , what paint to use on leggings (apparently fabric paint stretches with it just fine), ask your grandma what stitch is best for rounded edges on cotton (idk), ask a JoAnn’s associate what thread to use. In my experience store associates are extremely helpful, even with things like a second opinion on matching colors.

4) Use Coupons.

Seriously. If you can, set up an email just for coupons. Going to Michaels for a 2 dollar little thing of paint? Use that coupon they emailed you and now it’s 75 cents and you have more money for other things like fancy fabric or idk food. Check if any stores have student or teacher or senior discounts if that’s applicable, then you’ll have a discount even without coupons. Especially good for big purchases. If you’re buying everything at once there is almost definitely some sort of 5 off of 30 type of coupon out there. If you are able, this is a good way to set up a savings for con or your next costume maybe, just look at the receipt, see how much you saved and set that much (or a part) aside for food/hotel/gas/merch.

5) Look at your Source.

No matter how well you know your character or your design do not go very long without looking at the source. Working on a wig? Have a picture in front of you the whole time. Maybe sketch out the different angles beforehand. Going fabric shopping? Stare at the original. If you print out a reference pic know that it may be slightly off. If you’re doing a costume where the color seems different in every shot (like Rey from Star Wars) then pick the one you like. If you can, consider coloring or painting a swatch of the color on an index card and bringing it with you to compare. Seriously. Keep checking the source when working. It’s equivalent to “measure twice cut once”.

6) Measure Twice Cut Once.

Even in crunch. I know, it’s stressful and scary and frustrating but you know what is more frustrating and scary and stressful? It being 8pm the night before the con and you just cut that last bit of fabric too small. Or your wig too short. Seriously. Just double check yourself.

7) Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself.

Outdated meme but useful tip. If you’re getting anxious to a difficult level, or exhausted physically or mentally  address it. Take a break. Take a nap. Eat a meal. Go for a walk. Watch an episode of that show you’re trying to cosplay. Play that game. Watch cosplay videos if you’re scared of losing motivation. Just don’t push yourself too hard or you risk messing up parts of your costume and more importantly, you risk hurting yourself. Don’t work until you accidentally stab yourself with a hot iron and have a panic attack. Would you rather spend 15 minutes playing with your cat or crying and bandaging yourself?

8) Use It.

Found some fabric you love for that SnK skirt thing, but it’s infused with glitter?Who cares, use it. Every cosplay you have seen of Red Hood has a lot of leather and cargo pants but you want skinny jeans and suede? Use it. The costume is for you. Make it how you want. To quote the great Hilary Duff “Why Not?” Also, go listen to that song if you need encouragement. 

9) Enjoy The Whole Process.

Maybe it is redundant at this point but seriously. Have fun. Not just at the con, party, photoshoot, meetup etc. Have a wig styling party. You finished that jacket? Nice, wear it out shopping and be proud. Make a playlist for each character you work on or general motivational music. is great for this too. Test those seams/that hairgel/ those shoes/ flexibility by putting on your jam and dancing around. Send snapchats to your friends when you test your make up. Skype your aunt to show off that circle skirt. Put your hat on your dog. 

10) Procrastination isn’t Great.

Probably don’t put off making your costume by making a list of tips for other people.


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(。+・`ω・´)   Akui and Tsuki’s adventures at the con! Tsuki-chan and I were passing by, then we stopped by a group of awesome people who gave us strawberry pocky and we decided to play the pocky game! XDDD



The new patch content kicked me to do something I’ve wanted to do for a while: make Neelesh’s parents.

I was trying to come up with a reason that a white guy would have a name like Neelesh, and my headcanon was that he was adopted as a baby by an Indian couple. And this is them. Devika and Nisha.

Beach Day

Tomorrow was the last day of summer and Alya suggested to go to the beach one last time since it would be a while for them to feel the cool gentle breeze against their face and the warm sunlight shining over their skin. Nino was definitely going, spending a full day with his girlfriend? Yes, please! Recently they haven’t spent much time together due to the huge piles of homework they’ve been getting. 

Adrien had to ask his dad first so he wasn’t sure if he could go or not. And of course, Marinette is going if Adrien would be there, and also she loved the beach, well Summer in general. She didn’t have to worry about school, she could help out her parents more often, and she could see everyone’s clothing and outfit choices. She loved it all. 

Later that night Adrien asked his dad if he could go to the beach with his friends. He was hoping that his dad would allow him so since Adrien has never been to the beach just for fun, only for photoshoots. Adrien’s dad was silent for a long moment, thinking about the question in his mind as he chews on a shrimp from his Bouillabaisse. Adrien’s dad wipes his mouth before letting Adrien know his final decision. As Mr. Agreste told his son his answer, a smile spread across Adrien’s face, the teenage boy quickly thanked his dad before running to his room to text his friends to confirm he could go to the beach with everyone. 

Of course everyone was happy that he could come, well, almost everyone. Marinette tried to but she couldn’t. Out of all days, the night before the trip to the beach had to start her period. It was also her first period. Marinette was a late bloomer and her mom was getting worried. Marinette’s mom taught her very few things since she learned about it at school during health class. 

She really wanted to go to the beach with everyone but now she couldn’t. Marinette was rambling to herself about how she couldn’t go to the beach anymore before her mom cut her off. “Marinette, sweetie, of course, you can still go. You just can’t enter the water. And you need to make sure you change.” Marinette’s mom told her. Marinette’s eyes grew wide, “I can?” Her mom nodded and Marinette pulled her into a hug, “Thanks, mom!” 

The next morning everyone met up in front of Adrien’s house since he promised to drive everyone there. Everyone was in their bathing suits and something light over like a flannel or a scarf shawl, everyone except for Marinette. She was wearing army green flowy shorts and a red crop top. 

“Where’s your swimsuit, Mari?” Alya asked as she peeked through Marinette’s small bag to see if she had one in there.

“A-ahh, um, last night I had these very bad cramps and I didn’t think I should be going into the water..” Marinette replied, hoping her best friend didn’t catch what was going on. It wasn’t like she didn’t trust Alya, Marinette just didn’t really felt comfortable telling anyone at the moment. 

Alya shrugged it off and just told Marinette to feel better. The four kids piled up into the shiny black limousine. They told jokes and talked about the projects that were due next week. Sooner or later, they were at the beach in no time. There were a lot of people but not packed. Adults playing volleyball, kids playing tag or building sand-castles, but mostly everyone was in the water splashing or having contests to see who could hold their breath underwater the longest. It made Marinette sad that she couldn’t go and join in with everyone and that she had to sit out and watch everyone’s stuff. Luckily Marinette brought her sketchbook so she could get some ideas. 

Two hours past and Marinette feel asleep on the blanket underneath the beach umbrella. When she woke up Adrien’s flannel was on top of her and Adrien sitting beside her. “Morning sunshine.” He joked but Marinette quickly felt her cheeks flushed. 

“What time is it?” 

Adrien checked his watch, “Almost four.” 

Marinette was asleep for twenty minutes, which wasn’t very long. “Where’s Alya and Nino?” Marinette asked as she tried to scan the beach for her two friends.

“They went to verse each other in volleyball somewhere.” 

“Oh,” Marinette said as she got up. 

“Um, Marinette. Are you okay? Did you sit on something? It looks like you sat on a grape juice box!” 

Marinette quickly turned to look at her butt. It really did look like she sat on a juice box. Anyone could spot the stain on her pants from a mile away. Okay, maybe not a mile away, but at the moment Marinette thought so. And just as her luck got any better, Alya and Nino were walking towards the two. Again, Marinette started freaking out. Adrien noticed Marinette’s discomfort almost immediately, “Marinette.” He called out and toss her his flannel for her to tie around her waist. He stood up and took Marinette’s bag and with the other hand took her hand and started running towards the public bathrooms right when Marinette finished tying the flannel. 

“Hey, do you know what a period is?” Marinette asked as they ran.

Adrien shouted over his shoulder, “Kind of, not much. I heard the girls at our school talking about it once.” 

Marinette nodded but she wasn’t sure if he saw. 

Marinette ran inside the little girls’ room to clean off the blood from her pants. It took her a while and you could still see part of it, but she hoped Adrien would allow her to take his flannel until Monday when she sees him in school. 

She walked out with Adrien’s clothing still tied to her waist. Adrien didn’t ask for it back and knew that she still needed it. “Thanks.” She told him as they started walking back to their best friends. 

“No problem. Everything is okay, right?”

“Yeah, everything is fine. Is it okay for me to give you back your flannel on Monday?”

“Sure thing.”

“Thanks again, you’re the best.”

“I know I am,” Adrien said jokingly, still looking straight ahead. 

Marinette paused for a second, she thought it was odd that he said that and not something like “I’m really not.” or “Thanks, Marinette, you’re great too.” She shrugged it off and assumed maybe he felt comfortable enough with her to joke around like that. Which made Marinette happy, still, she could help but feel like he reminded her of someone very close to her, but she couldn’t place a finger on who. 

A/N: I know France don’t have beaches that you could go in the water, or at least I don’t know any, but I got this headcanon AU from this manga called Nekota No Koto Ga Ki Ni Natte Shikatanai.


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NCT Boyfriend!Series [Boyfriend!Jaemin]

*lowercase and under cut x*

boyfriend!nct series masterlist

sorry for being mia recently but school’s starting soon too so i’ll try really hard to get 1-3 things out a week…but i will be replying to asks or whatever so please feel free to leave anything!! leggo

  • okay so jaemin jaemin, my bias since 2015 (no joke)
  • you’d first meet jaemin in school after being paired up for a project together
  • after beginning to hang out together for a few months he realised he had a crush on you and asked you out
  • first few weeks as a ‘couple’ would be awkward and he wouldn’t really know how to go about it
  • gradually he’d get comfortable and would open up more to you
  • he’d deffo teach you how to ride the hoverboard omg
  • “y/n stay stiLL YOU’LL FALL”
  • for some reason you’d loose your balance and end up falling on him
  • and you’d be on top of him just staring into his eyes while he holds ur hips
  • he’s starting to lean in 
  • but you quickly peck the tip of his nose and get up giggling and extend your hand out to help him up
  • jaemin would be pouty and bitter over it

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anonymous asked:

how did you and your sister get into photography? i wanna get into it and eventually freelance in my spare time when i get enough experience but don't how to begin and 2) have you both done wedding photography and if not is that something you'd be interested in doing? also do you think it's better to be self taught or is it okay to take a photography class at my local community college? like i feel like almost everyone is self taught and idk if taking a class is a waste


We have always been into anything art related. Our parents bought us small digital cameras for our birthday when we were in 5th or 6th grade I believe. We were always taking photos of nature, vacations, and various events. When we got to high school (right around the time dslr cameras were becoming available to everyday consumers not just professionals) my dad bought one for himself. At first our dad wouldn’t let us use it without him there but eventually when we got the hang of using it and he let us take it places without him there. Natasha started taking photos of school events and posting them on Facebook. I started doing the same but a little bit after her. Eventually she bought her own entry level dslr and I bought my dads old dslr when he upgraded his. By sophomore year we were both posting lots of photos on Facebook. We also started asking our friends if we could photograph them. We would style our friends and have mini photoshoots. This was all just for fun for us. We have always been into editorial makeup/photography and styling our own shoots was our way of getting into that. Then during the summer after sophomore year a student asked Natasha to take his senior pictures which she ended up doing did. And later more and more people asked both of us to take their senior pictures. We had no idea how to price anything or what to include in packages initially. After 2-3 years we both were honing in our photography style and were getting better at pricing and guaranteeing a certain level of quality to our clients. When we got to college we would go home and take senior pictures during the summers. In college we took peoples headshots. So it was overtime that we started our photography businesses. We didn’t start photography with the intention of making a business out of it/going into it professionally. We still ask our friends to photograph them and have mini photo shoots that we style. Its important to us to constantly create personal work as well as client work. During all of this we both tried our hand at surreal/photo manipulation photography but it wasn’t for us. By the end of high school and throughout college we also shot a few wedding but both didn’t like photographing weddings. By the time we finished college both of us realized that our favorite genre of photography is portraits. So now we mainly shoot headshots, portraits, and senior pictures professionally and create editorial shoots for our personal work. 

Even though we both went to art school neither of us has taken a photography class. The photo department at U of M mainly focused on documentary photography which we were not interested in. Plus the photo professors were known to be sexist and/or racist. We are about 95% percent self taught. One of our digital media professors did help us learn some stuff in photoshop but that’s about it. When either Natasha or I start a hobby we go into it full force lol. So right when we got into photography we followed a TON of photographers online and were constantly trying to figure out how they edited there photos so we could improve our editing. Over the course of 8 years we have really developed our photography styles and editing skills. Early on we would sometimes try and copy other photographers which helped us figure out what we liked and disliked for our own photography. I don’t encourage people to copy other artists especially if they are going to sell their work. But it can be helpful when figuring out your own style but it’s important to make sure you are not ripping someone off and give credit where credit is due. When I would use another artists idea I always explained in the description who the artist was and linked to their work. A photographer I know was notorious for copying another well known photographer but her audience thought she was super original because they didn’t know about the well known photographer. Plus you will never be as good as the original photographer/artist and will end up constantly comparing yourself which is no fun lol.

Even though both of us are self taught I don’t think taking photography classes is a bad idea if you think it will help you learn. One of my favorite illustrators, Sam Spratt, took many illustration classes when he was at SCAD but that doesn’t mean he is any better or worse than other illustrators that are completely self-taught. I always wanted to take commercial/fashion lighting classes but they were never offered at my university. I also would love to take some photography workshops but they the ones I want to take (Lara Jade’s in particular) are too expensive for me. Also as an artist I’ve generally been self-taught. I had a few great drawing teachers and professors in high school (I took a college drawing class in high school) who helped me a lot. But when it comes down to being an artist you really have to push yourself to make stuff outside of class. This was a challenge for a lot of my classmates once we graduated. A lot of them didn’t know how to create work outside of class. (I’m simplifying a lot here bc i could go on and on about how much i disliked or liked u of m’s art school lol) My whole life I’ve been making stuff outside of class so creating a photography business wasn’t super difficult for me. 

This brings me to the business/freelance part. Turning something you are passionate about into a business can be great and horrible. A lot of my friends don’t freelance because the business side of it destroys their interest in the art. Some of my clients are very particular and they don’t always like the photos I take. But this is something I have to get past. Also over time you start to get better clients because they come to you knowing what they will get. Early on people would hire me because they knew I took photos not because they liked my style of photography (I hope that makes sense). Now people know what they are getting and it’s less likely that a client will be unsatisfied with their photos. As a freelancer keep in mind that it’s a lot of emails and advertising yourself. Yes it’s great that I can make money off of something I love doing but I have to keep in mind that it’s still a business. When I first started out clients would ask for lower prices and I would lower them because I didn’t want to lose a client and I didn’t know if I was too expensive or not. This was fine at first but now I don’t budge on my prices because now I know my worth and it’s not fair to my other clients to change prices. Also photography gear can get expensive and when you freelance/do photography professionally there is a point when you’ll probably to invest in professional gear. Part of this is to put you among other photographers in the industry but the physical quality of your photos will also improve. This way you can better guarantee what a client will get. Ex. my dad’s old dslr that I used had a cropped sensor so if the lighting wasn’t the best i couldn’t edit the photos as much in photoshop as I can with a full frame camera. Basically I just want to make it clear that once you start freelancing it’s a business so just like other business you have to know when and where to invest and how much. 

I’m sure you were not expecting this long of answer but I hope it helped! 

Finally finished this Manwe and Varda picture inspired by Jugendstil graphics. Actually it`s more of costume sketch than art as these are outfits I had in my head while me and my friend were sewing our own Manwe and Varda costumes (which you can see here and here. Still plan to do proper photoshoot this year)

Also bonus! Just for fun made gif of my progress of working on this picture. So if anyone interested how it looks like:

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Fashion Fantasy XV -- FFXV x Fashion Industry Headcanons (Part 2)

Because why not have some more self-indulgent Fashion Industry AU headcanons? C: Especially after talking with @birdsandivory about the universe more and shaping it up. Aaaaah~ I really love this AU, yo.


Cor Leonis

  • A fashion legend known as Cor the Immortal.
  • He’s been modeling for InsomniaC for who knows how long?
  • Trained under alot of people, but their careers are unfortunately dead. The only one with his career left is him.
  • Probably because he was modeling around the time the famous model, Gilgamesh, was during his reign on stage.
  • You think that Cor’s called the Immortal because he’s been doing his job for thirty years, right?
  • Not really.
  • He’s called the Immortal because this nerd keeps falling off the goddamn stage.
  • Does he not look where he’s going? Are the heels he keeps insisting on wearing on his shoes too much? Nobody knows.
  • So he’s called the Immortal because he once fell off a ten foot stage and was totally okay afterwards.
  • Has a self-proclaimed rival in the industry, but his rival’s just a peanut, so Cor doesn’t worry much about him.

Aranea Highwind

  • You figured she’d be a model, but bitch, she knows she’s model material. She just doesn’t have the patience to deal with people telling her what to do.
  • Decide that she’d rather do people’s hair instead of model for them.
  • Will style you hair however the hell she damn-well pleases to. You get no say.
  • If she thinks that curls will look cute, you’re getting curls. If you’d look better with blond-hair? Guess what, you’re a blond now.
  • Almost as scary as the editor, Ardyn, perhaps even scarier because even Ardyn won’t tell her no.
  • So poor Gladiolus once ended up with bows in his hair for a military clothing photoshoot, just because Aranea thought it’d be fun that day.
  • It was a remarkably successful shoot, with the campaign for the line being that ‘anyone can look tough.’
  • Gladiolus got alot of shit for it, but he had to admit, the barrettes kept the hair out of his eyes.
  • See? She knows what she’s doing!
  • Works closely with Hammerhead Studios and their make-up artist, mostly because they pay her well and she thinks the artist is really cute.

Cindy Aurum

  • The best make-up artist as Hammerhead Studios, often contracted by InsomaniC to come do the models’ make-up.
  • She actually is a monster movie make-up artist and specializes in fabrication and building crazy make-up prosthetics, but she’s really good at doing beauty make-up too.
  • Can look at you and immediately know how to make you look beautiful.
  • And feel beautiful too. She’ll shower the models with compliments left and right.
  • Will always end up with make-up and stuff on her face too. How? No idea.
  • Will always show up to work wearing brightly colored pantsuits.
  • Because the first time she showed up, she was in a crop-top and booty shorts, and everyone was getting on her case about it.
  • Pantsuits are okay though, even if she still wears just her bra underneath her coat.
  • Her boobs will be in your face as she’s doing your make-up.
  • Not that anyone really complains though.

Dino Ghiranze

  • A writer for InsomaniC, and probably the one who hates his job the most.
  • He’d rather be designing his own line of accessories, but noooooo.
  • He’s gotta write if he wants to pay his bills. And mostly because the editor’s too scary to give his two-weeks notice to.
  • Last time he tries to, the editor burned it in front of Dino and told him to get back to work.
  • Is that even legal???
  • He also likes to hit on people more than he likes to work.
  • Will probably hit on anything that moves: guys, girls, one time called Ravus’s dog a beauty.
  • But all dogs are beautiful, so that didn’t count.
  • Has a very well-known hand fetish.
  • He creeps Ravus out in particular because of that prosthetic hand of his. Please stay away from it, Dino.

Nyx Ulric

  • Is a model, but only really models because it pays the bills.
  • Started as a bodyguard for the company before being asked specifically by the CEO to model for a shoot.
  • He wasn’t really too happy about it, but he got to keep the clothes he modeled in.
  • He cried a bit to himself because holy shit, he could actually get nice clothing now. 
  • Literally lives in a box full of beer bottles and dust. So modeling gives him nice things for the box.
  • Comes close with Gladiolus as the sexiest man in the industry. But since he’s a newbie at modeling, he’s not acknowledged much.
  • That’s okay though. He’d rather just stick to being a bodyguard.
  • Especially since the stalking issue happened with Ignis.
  • He does model from time to time, but only for his friend’s line of clothing.
  • Because he knows they’ll be comfortable, and he won’t have to wear another suit with pants that ride-up his butt.


  • One of the Six people known as InsomniaC’s Old Fashion Dynasty. One of two still active in terms of modeling too.
  • She’s an older woman, but she doesn’t look a day over thirty.
  • Ardyn’s jealous of it and makes it his point to always point out just how old she is.
  • She ignores him though because he wishes he looked as good as she did.
  • Trained in France initially, and uses her first name only as her stage-name. Screw the last name.
  • Will whoo all of the ladies with her Frenchiana skills.
  • Especially Lunafreya, even if it always goes over her head.
  • Takes Lunafreya out on ‘dates’ alot, but Luna only sees it as friendly outings.
  • Gentiana cries a little inside.
  • Is in a relationship with a guy named Indra Agni Ifrit. Mostly to hide the fact that both of them are pretty gay.

Indra Agni Ifrit

  • Another one of people from the Old Fashion Dynasty. He’s the only other person who still models actively with Gentiana.
  • He does alot of model work with Gentiana, especially for those fancy perfume commercials.
  • Is flaming gay. (Aaaaaye!)
  • He supposedly hides it in the public eye, mostly so the advertisements he models for isn’t as weird, but he’s pretty open about it to others in the company.
  • Ardyn has a serious thing for Ifrit, and so the two have flings alot, but Ifrit only does it so he won’t lose his job or his reputation.
  • Often has shoots oriented around the themes of fire and flame, which got him the reputation as Ifrit, the Fire God.
  • Is temperamental as hell, and is often seen screaming to his manager, Ramuh, about the dumbest things.
  • Is really shorter than he looks in his pictures, mostly because he’s standing on boxes or has lifts in his shoes.
  • “That just means I’m closer to hell, where I belong~”
  • Has an unrequited love for E.J. Bahamut, so much so that he even became Bahamut’s model exclusively until Ardyn butt into his business.

Eleazar James Bahamut

  • A retired model from the Old Fashion Dynasty, and one of the most successful models in InsomniaC’s history.
  • Was the reigning champion for the title of the industry’s Sexiest Man.
  • He had to let go of the title because he was okay with winning it for five years running.
  • After his retirement, he began to dedicate himself to designing clothing.
  • Would rather admire those in his works than to actually model them himself.
  • A goddamn behemoth of a man, almost as tall as Gladio and as skinny as Ravus.
  • Is in a grudge war with Ardyn, because it was Ardyn who was supposed to be InsomniaC’s best model, not Bahamut.
  • Is never seen wearing something that isn’t a suit. Even when he’s trying to be casual.
  • Very rarely models anymore, but sometimes makes a comeback when modeling to promote his Astral line of clothing.
  • Has an unrequited love for Ifrit, but refused to tell him even after having had a one-night stand with him. He’s too busy for love, unfortunately.

When Misako tries to wrap the shoot up even though Shuta’s turn hasn’t happened yet.

anonymous asked:

He sure went to Paris as a surprise to her. And he brought his whole team with him to surprise her too and not cause he was working? And then he had a photoshoot and interview scheduled with style just out of nowhere for fun when he was there? They really think we are this dumb???? LMAO

well…. some people definitely buy their shit so you know, they forget that others can put two and two together. 

Looking Back at 2016

My BEST posts of 2016 - thanks to all my followers!

December ♥ 372

I’m glad I finally had the confidence to do a photoshoot in this tiny, sexy dress. Maybe I’ll get it in pink too =) 

November ♥ 264

Elegant, yet sexy. I love green and I’m glad you did too =)

October ♥ 126

I didn’t have time to take more photos in October, so I just made gifs from my September photoshoot. It was fun but soooo much work!

September ♥ 497

I liked this outfit a lot and have worn it a lot since. Usually I don’t hike up the skirt this much though ;-) Also, this hair looked the most natural but I think I like blonde better!

August ♥ 75

My “summer bimbo” outfit. Love the bright colors! I didn’t get nearly as many likes back then though.

June ♥ 76

This was the first lingerie I ever bought for myself, a long time ago. Still one of my favorites, but it ripped during the photoshoot =(

May ♥ 203

I look back at these early pics and think how far I came just since May. Imagine how my transformation will continue in 2017 =)