March 5th, 2011
Tomorrow Never Knows
Student no more
Good evening dear readers!
As some of you may already knows, on thursday I GRADUATED!!! I’m so happy I’d like to tell it everyone!
It has been so hard I really wasn’t sure I could do it ’till I got off the auditorium! I’m not talking about the hours of study, lessons and all that stuff, I’m talking about offices, bureaucracy, documents, teachers and stupid rules… But now I’m off and I don’t want to think about it any more!
The weather in Florence was terrifying! There was a freezing wind blowing all day long, it was hard to walk in open spaces…
I was the last one to discuss my thesis that day and I had the bad idea to sit and listen to the other students before me… It made me feel very anxious!
Moments of madness with my BF Meggy before the discussion…
My thesis was about the clothes ideated by the Futuristic movement during the first 30 years of the XX century, so I chose an outfit that followed their principles of asymmetry, dynamism, simultaneity of colours, comfort.
I bought this super futuristic dress at Shampalove shop, the girls were so kind to let me try it in their show room in Rome! Originally it has just one sleeve, but I needed more colour and the temperature was too low, so I added the yellow blouse. I made those cycle leggings out of some jersey scraps, inspired by Sonia Delaunay patchworks.
This is my 100/110 happy face!
I wish I could keep those sparkles on my hair, but they fell after few hours…
…just to let you know, I didn’t drink the entire bottle, we shared it while walking to the pub
It’s a shame you can’t see the back of my boots, they has a nice silver Art Nouveau inspired decoration.
This is the gift my friends gave me. It’s such a beautifull object, with my favourite colours (gold and white) (I also love green so much, but it’s not sophisticated as gold and white together…) and it makes me feel like a grown woman! I need to try it to the theatre ASAP!!!
So next week I’m leaving to Tenerife to have just a little break before starting the “real life”! With a real life I mean “I need to find a job, move from boring Italy and find my way”… Is it too much for next months? Who knows… Well, you can help me finding a job for now! (Joking… …or mybe not…)
Wish you the best saturday night!