Sunday, February 28, 2010




Sometimes you can only show your true self behind a masque. The facade, outlandish, becomes the siren of secrets, your inner world, your sigil. Stripped of the plain-jane mundane, the mask can expose your brilliant self, the fearless one who knows no boundaries. Who are you underneath your costume of the day-to-day?

What I Wore:
Carnival Cat Mask
Vintage Chiffon Red Scarf
Vintage 1960's Cheetah Print  Coat, "Safari Sportstown La France"
Target label Grey/Black striped Cardigan, Thrifted
Chevron Striped Target Thankoon label T-shirt
Vintage Sequin Top, worn as vest, Courtesy of EQUINE-BOVINE
Vintage Broach, Thrifted

Photo Credits: Bella Q



(always)alanna said...

oh i love this! super cute- great vibe too!
adore your blog- will be back soon!

FESI-NOIR said...

I love it, nice blog!

xx fesi-fashion

Frannie said...

What a great mask! I have two I have acquired over the past year and both are beautiful!

Angela said...

ooh I like that! I never thought of it that way. I love the masque you chose to represent your inner self. Keep up the great blogs!

Marta said...

fantastic mask! i like the panther jacket as well (one of my favorite patterns). some people have many masks and you never know which of them is that real one.

tobes said...

okay thanks ROsebud now i'm in the mood for phantom of the opera! blast i love this blog!!! so much you've made my day!
christen here i come ! lol to the youtube channel!!

Unknown said...

loving the pics great mask xxxxx

Rosalind said...

I've always found maska very intriguing.. The whole disguising of one's personality. I've always thought a masked ball must be so much fun too attend!

Thank you for the very lovely comment.

Marta said...

haha, your polish is better than my english! love the comment you left! :D

iris said...

That's so true! How many times do we have to wear a masque?

Thank you so much for your comment on my blog, I really appreciated it:)

Love from Madrid,