I wasn’t prepared for a SHINee comeback until the release of the album on the 14th, so imagine my
mini-freakout surprise when I saw an article on Soompi France announcing the unveiling of the music video for their title track ‘Everybody.’
Just a quick post today: I am currently loving ‘candy-coloured hair’ and pastel streaks. They’re quirky and interesting, without the intensity of bolder colours.
Ok, I’ll admit it, I’m the most irregular blogger ever. I’M SORRY!!!
But today I will post the first in a series of How To Wear (insert random style here), taking inspiration from TV, music, high fashion etc! Hooray!
I’ve noticed that a lot of posts on this topic mainly offer info on where to get similar items, rather than tips on how to wear it if you’re not a model/celebrity and live in the real world where we want to look chic, but not necessarily super bright/bling.
So here we go: And even though K-Pop isn’t for everyone, and I don’t adore all of their choices, I do love their overall look of bold prints and blazers. Yes, today, SHINee’s back, with Dream Girl/Why So Serious (Ah, SM with your devious two-part album that has now stolen sixty of my dollars….)
Super Junior has just released their 6th Album, Sexy, Free and Single, so get keen bro!
Yesterday I was explaining to my brother why I like k-pop. Musically, it’s not that Fantastic (Baby) but that’s the same with all dance music. It’s just really neatly produced dance music with tight choreography and other theatrics that make it interesting. I guess it’s the theatrics that make it fun.