Here is the thing about women: they are beautiful creatures. I say creatures because any true man who knows a women through and through knows that men and women are not cut from the same cloth, hell we could possibly be a different species all together. They are smarter, more cunning and just overall wiser then men are. That is not to say men are dumb, no, that is not what I am saying in the slightest. Women, however, have this aurora about them that is very similar to a tractor beam. They suck you in, you are memorized. You can’t explain why she is drawing you in or how she caught you in the first place. You ask yourself as you are helplessly gravitating towards her: is she going to probe you? cut your head open to see what makes you tick? is she going to love you unconditionally or just see what your deal is? Most of the time, they bring us in through this tractor beam for a purpose. They are interested in us and want to see if there is a connection or chemistry. However, sometimes they just cut that beam off for no apparent reason and watch us fall to earth. We don’t know why they do this, we can’t explain it nor can we avoid this trap. Women, in general, can and will break hearts upon command because they can, and they should.
To all the ladies out there that follow me, you know I love you all and know I wish I could love you all (if you are of legal age of course). So here is just a bit of advice from your knight in shining armor. This weekend, break some hearts. I tell my girlfriends this all the time. Sometimes, you just need to go out, get dressed in the most beautiful outfit you own, not necessarily the one that makes you look the sluttiest no, the one that takes the air out of a room when you walk in. You need to pick your pray, reel him into your tractor beam and just cut it off at the most opportune time and watch him fall to earth.
“Being sexy is awesome & sex is awesome & I feel bored w/ assuming that there is no way to be sexy without being sexually exploited.”— Iris, one of the smartest people I know. Seriously. Go read her tumblr. And follow. (via therealkatiewest)
I absolutely adored your blog La couturier, and now new blog A bit coquettish. Kind of a random question but I was wondering how tall you are? It seems as though many individuals that are in the fashion world are very tall (not just models) and since i'm only 5'0 I get discouraged at times to pursue a future in fashion. thanks! . xx
Aw, thank you! I know what you mean: the fashion industry seems to have established a “standard,” if you will, not just for those who represent it (the models), but those who work in it as well. Looks, dress, height, etc. Miroslava Duma is tiny (!) - so don’t be discouraged! I’m nearly 5’3”.
As important as appearance are, merit will prove itself even more valuable past the initial point of first [few] impressions.