Suspended in disbelief. Frequently breaking the fourth wall. Collector of novelty watches and Kewpie dolls. I run Fashion Tips From Comic Strips and I am the resident superheroic sartorialist on ComicsAlliance.
HOLY WEBSTATS, BATMAN
Anonymous asked: it's sunny and beautiful in Boston what are you even talking about
This photo was taken and queued up yesterday, but didn’t post until today.
I’m terribly sorry if this had greatly hindered your understanding of Northeastern weather and the passing of time.
pandaapantss asked: I love the way you dress miss Betty!! it takes me a lot to be able to dress 'girly' or colorful without feeling embarrassed or like i'm over doing it. is it ever hard for you to dress so FAB? how do you overcome it?? <333
First of all, thank you for the kind words ♡
Even though I’m pretty comfortable with my personal sense of style, I do fall into fashion ruts fairly often, wherein I feel overly self-conscious of how I look (especially if I just got a haircut or if I’m pushing myself beyond my style comfort zone or if strangers are making weird comments about what I’m wearing). If you’re trying to incorporate a new style/element into your daily wardrobe, you should try to merge it with your current style; if you don’t usually play around with color in your day-to-day attire, incorporate a pop of color with an ensemble that you’ve worn before, or try to coordinate a cute and comfy outfit out of apparel in complementary colors (I usually stick with 3-4 colors max per outfit, with either white/cream or black/grey as the anchor to my style palette). If you usually wear jeans/pants, try coordinating a cute skater skirt and tights with your favorite top/tee; if you usually wear t-shirts, you could look for stylish blouses in fun prints or try coordinating your tees with a cardigan or a cool fitted jacket.
If you’re wary of “overdoing it” with colorful/feminine elements, try to stick with simple basics and work from there - I usually start with one statement piece (i.e. a fit-and-flare dress in a bright color/print or a top with a cute collar) and build on it with smaller accents (i.e. jewelry or complementary tights). Similarly, when you breakdown the majority of the outfits I wear, most of them follow a simple formula of dress-tights-shoes-bow (or shirt-skirt-tights-shoes-bow). This is pretty much my equivalent of wearing jeans and a t-shirt.
On a side note, I used to wear a lot of weird shit (and I still do), and even though I have my own list of Styling Regrets, I was usually pretty happy/comfortable with what I was wearing at the time. As long as you’re happy and comfortable with your evolving style, just go with it and try new things :) Anyway, I hope this helped~
Anonymous asked: So where yee from darlin?
The land of Red Sox, Dunkin Donuts, and New Kids on the Block.