|Let's gaze into the future! It's full of amazement, be assured.|
|We shall enter a world of smoke and mystery together.|
|No gypsy, but a modern mystical look.|
|Today's fortune tellers wear their glass sphere on their feet, didn't you know?|
|What does a fortune teller do with a fluffy bag you might wonder? Well, this is a secret, never to be revealed.|
|I'm going to open the satin curtains.|
|Not without fulfilling a prejudice: Wearing moon earrings is a must.|
|You will see my prophecy will come true!|
Let's do something completely different! Why not try to create a modern ethnic look? I was never particularly interested in this kind of look, but a visit to the Gaultier exhibition changed my mind. No, I don't restyle something I've seen there, but the global ethnic motifs of this ingenious designer left their traces. As well this look is a tribute to the Tatty Devine AW2014 collection, dedicated to the mystics of fortune telling and divination. I don't own one of the pieces yet, but I thought it were fun to style an inspired look with something from a past collection of theirs.
I get excited when I find something all new to try out, I just love to transform. Very often I have the impression that a lot of girls just want to be pretty and dresses after this maxim. How boring I say! There is nothing wrong about looking beautiful I agree, but that's really not what fashion is about. Fashion is a game: You can be whatever you want to be. Just dress and play!
Don't fall into the trap of following habits, banish your favourite colour for a day and leave your comfort zone. If you show the world something except your best side, you may discover you have some good sides you didn't see before.
How do you like my fortune teller look lovelies?
Thanks to Rare London for jacket and shorts and to Ivy Cut for the turban.