Clothes That Could Tell Stories. Could They?

August 07, 2015

Have you ever tried to cut your own clothes and wear them with a pride that makes you feel like you’ve just climbed Kilimanjaro? Well, that’s too extreme of an example, but you get the point. Let’s say you’re satisfied with what you’ve just done. After being s*it scared. There.


I wish I could show you the before and the after of this dress, but it’s only gonna be the after. It’s too vintage to have had a “before”. I got it on a trip to Andorra I went with my parents and brother on, in the year 2000. The year 2000! Robbie Williams’ “Millennium”, Will Smith’s “Will 2K”, Sisqo’s “Thong song”, JLo’s “Waiting for tonight” came, instantly, to mind. I felt like something huge was about to happen. I’d been waiting, waiting for it. The year 2000! Nothing much happened. Nothing, as a matter of fact. I got out of the house and the sun was where I left it, no neighbour was kidnapped by aliens and McDonald’s was, still, very appealing to me.

Oh, but this dress! This is what reminds me of the ’00s the most. Oh, the 00’s! And that road trip. Oh, that road trip through Southern Europe flashbacks my mind every now and then. And the dress is right here on me! It feels like diamonds. Right! Straight face emoji.


Imagine me ruining it. With wine. Later in the ’00s, chillax. The thought of letting it go crossed my mind and I did let it go. Deep into my closet. Pfew. Because, yes, hey! I’m wearing it today and couldn’t feel any cooler. Both metaphorically and literally.

It used to be longer and have a wide hemline, but thank God for that wine and for the scissors for I have, years later, the dress I’m gonna keep forever.

Biiig pimpin’! Another goldie.


So, take out all your goodies, mix them with your newbies and tell Ali G to put your music back on!.

Is you… Is you Madonna?

In your mailbox would be ideal, yet in your e-mail is pretty close, yay!
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Hey, this is Cristina Pavelescu wearing a music cassette sweater, decoding (life) style and writing from wherever, yet always living in OZ, a world I invite you into. To smile in front of our screens (and live one day), put any kind of questions, answer in writing (or imagination) and marvel at fashion which is, in fact, style.


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