As this post makes evident, I am not above matching my makeup to my clothing. It’s not something I’m proud of, but sometimes I just feel like it’s necessary. I’m infamous for the occasional (okay, more than occasional) matchy-matchy, monochromatic outfits that invoke wagging fingers, so I figure I might as well go all out and be obnoxious, from time to time. Hey, if Chuck on Pushing Daisies can do it, why can’t I? Speaking of, I am heartbroken by that cancellation. Anyone else?

Outfit details:
vintage hat (from my mom’s store, Hourglass Consignment, in Margate, Florida)
h&m top (it’s Bobby’s, but it shrank, so I stole it)
80s belt 
h&m skirt (second hand from beacon’s and altered to fit)
express tights
vintage boots (gift from my mom)
Makeup details:
the usual concealer, etc.
some cheap milani lipstick
blacktrack fluidline (base and liner)
Urban Decay Oil Slick e/s
MAC freshwater e/s
MAC stars and rockets e/s 

I’ve had these boots since high school. My mom thrifted them for me, for my prom. 

I have an ever growing collection of vintage hats, courtesy of my mom. 
I’ve been working on getting Postlapsaria’s store back up and running, all night. It’s about 3/4 of the way finished, but I’m waiting until it’s all done, to launch it.
-Keiko Lynn
p.s. Peter made the original bio. For the record, I am NOT a fan of Heidi and Spencer. Peter just wanted to make sure everyone sent me hate mail!
  1. lulu says: November 29, 20085:03 am

    Chuck on Pushing Daisies was my best friend. I wanted to live next door and borrow all her clothes. The piemaker is such a cutie, I’d borrow him too.

    Your make-up is so lovely. I’m just learning how to really use it, I wish I could have you as a tutor!

  2. Keiko Lynn says: November 29, 20085:06 am


    I love Chuck! She is precious. Her wardrobe is amazing. That whole show is just adorable; I’m going to miss it.

    and thank you!

  3. pomegranate season says: November 29, 20085:19 am

    There’s going to be an empty space in my heart when Pushing Daisies ends. I’m so sad about this. But on the bright side, I adore your hat and boots. Wish I was in florida, I’d totally go to your mom’s store.

  4. Keiko Lynn says: November 29, 20085:56 am

    I feel like every show I get attached to gets the boot. Pushing Daisies seemed to be pretty popular, as far as I could tell, so I wasn’t expecting it. I think the whole ratings thing has become irrelevant. So many people watch shows online or on DVR. Although, to be fair, I’m not quite sure how ratings work anyway:)

  5. Brigid says: November 29, 20083:02 pm

    My all-time favorite show was Freaks and Geeks. I was so heartbroken when it got cancelled. My boyfriend is sad about Pushing Daisies, too.

    I love those electric-blue tights! I’m still figuring out how to wear tights. I think I still look like a little girl most of the time. Your boots are awesome! I want some like those.

  6. M-ily says: November 29, 20083:23 pm

    This outfit is so fabulous! In this case I don’t find it at all too matchy-matchy, and I adore the hat. And boo to good shows constantly getting canceled or shortened.

  7. darcy elizabeth says: November 29, 20084:42 pm

    My boyfriend introduced me to Pushing Daisies & I love it. I saw not too long ago a list of shows expected to run again this fall, so the cancellation was a major bum-out.

    & that blue is perfect.

  8. Trains and Sewing Machines says: November 29, 20086:58 pm

    That blue give such a good pop of color!

  9. Amanda says: November 29, 20087:59 pm

    You do the matching so well though!! This outfit is gorgeous and the makeup is amazing!

  10. Holly says: November 29, 20089:10 pm

    I am SO curious to know what your prom dress looked like! I’m gradding this year and I bought a dress from the 50s off Ebay.. all the way from Australia. 🙂

    I’m also really curious as to what your bedroom looks like, you seem like the kind of person to make it very creative.

  11. Fruchtzwerg says: November 30, 200812:03 am

    I just discovered your young blog and from what I can see, I can tell that I love your style. It’s fresh and enjoyable. Also your skin is flawless and you have such a pretty face! Do you want to exchange links?

  12. J says: November 30, 200812:51 am

    Keiko, you look beautiful as always! Love your outfit. Just a question, what brush do you use with the MAC Fluidline? I am so hopeless with it.

  13. kimmybeans says: November 30, 20082:53 am

    i love your outfit. and the shoes are amazing. your beautiful and so very stylish 😀

  14. a cat of impossible colour says: November 30, 20088:54 pm

    You look lovely, as always 🙂 I love the electric blue, especially teamed with that particularly snazzy vintage hat! I love that you wore boots to your prom. I wore pink snakeskin boots to mine, and I thought I was very cool. (I wasn’t, really).

  15. Keiko Lynn says: December 1, 20082:29 am

    Holly – you’d be surprised. My bedroom features a bed and a laundry hamper. haha. The rest of the house is full of antiques and vintage decorations, but my room is just minimal, because I try to just sleep in there and nothing else. I used to work from my room and it was awful.

    As for the prom dress, it was just a fishtail skirt and a lacy maroon and black corset. I was a little obsessed with Titanic for several years and felt inspired by Rose’s maroon and black gown.

  16. Keiko Lynn says: December 1, 20082:30 am


    Surely! I’ll add you to the list.

  17. Keiko Lynn says: December 1, 20082:31 am

    J – thank you!

    The best brush for fluidline is not from my MAC set. I buy it at Target – it’s the Sonia Kashuk bent eyeliner brush and it’s perfect for fluidline. Plus, it’s about $6:)

  18. bella says: December 1, 20081:22 pm

    Great make-up! I love it:)
    <3 bella