How to outdo your own style and shine in any kind of weather
It never occurred to me what a handy material vinyl would be. I was all about the shine. But when I started my cooking experiments in vinyl, I noticed that spilling was not a problem. Swipe it clean! Wow! I was really thrilled. Any apron needs washing after cooking, but vinyl only required a wet cloth.
The same goes for permeability. Vinyl is windproof and rainproof. A dream come true! I have always despised overly functional clothing that looks like crap. I`d rather limp my way home because my feet are killing me in high heels than wear Birkenstock which could lead to the assumption that the hair in my armpits is growing down to the floor.
Ok, you don`t have to jog in heels. I always have a pair of sneakers in my suitcase, but I don`t need functional clothes any more. I even jog in shiny lycra fabrics that are really close to vinyl. It`s a wonderful feeling to even mow the lawn in a vinyl skirt, to cook in vinyl or to walk in the rain in a vinyl outfit. This is how I escape the trauma of a funcional, yet ugly outfit. What do you wear when you lounge on your sofa alone? Shabby old clothes or is there a sexy item like a shiny shirt? Sometimes it`s sufficient to paint your finger- or toenails in a shiny color. I think it lends a touch of elegance to any petty situation and you feel important even as you lounge on the sofa. When I feel bad, I try to have a bit of glamour in my outfit and I feel better immediately.
Try it with vinyl or shiny materials! They act as instant mood stabilizers and may just put a smile on your face because I won`t let up with my shiny theories.
Shine always, and always a bit more. Walk in the rain or cold wind with joy, as your glamour is like the sun amidst the rain. I`m convinced your glamour will even cause a rainbow!
Jacket by Christina Vanillapearl, prototype for Arcanum coming soon
- Pants by https://www.arcanumfashion.com/supershine-lackjeggings-schwarz.
- Yellow top made by Christina Vanillapearl, prototype for Arcanum
- Black shoes by Cesare Paciotti
- Red velvet shoes by Public Desire
- Silver trenchcoat by Arcanum
- Flat black vinyl shoes by Igualados