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There is a huge trunk full of clothing that I have yet to alter, but I find myself starting new projects on a daily basis. My problem is that I have to finish what I start, all in one sitting. Otherwise, I will never finish it and end up moving on. I promised myself that tomorrow, I will tackle at least some of those unfinished projects. Let’s see if I’ll actually pull it off!
In the meantime, here is today’s outfit, complete with a little skirt I made. I have to give credit where credit is due. I made a similar skirt months ago but never pulled it out of the closet because the waistband just didn’t lay right; it crushed the skirt. Yana, of Supayana, gave me the idea to make the waistband larger, so the fold wouldn’t go so far down. Sometimes I need someone to knock common sense into me. Thanks, Yana! This is the result:



Outfit details:
black, long sleeve shirt – f21
skirt – made by me
target tights
vintage granny boots – beacon’s closet
green peacoat – zara
vintage purse and obama pin!

Bobby bought that vintage polyester for me, at a vintage store in Park Slope. 

Obligatory silly face!
Good night:)
-Keiko Lynn

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  1. Recipe:

    APPLE STRUDEL

    4 apples
    1 1/2 c. sifted flour
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1 tsp. sugar
    1/2 c. Wesson oil
    2 tbsp. milk

    STRUDEL MIXTURE:

    3/4 c. sugar (I used brown sugar instead)
    2 tbsp. flour
    1/4 tsp. salt
    2 tbsp. butter, cut in

    Sift flour, salt, and sugar into 8 x 8 x 2 inch pan. Combine oil and milk in cup and whip with fork. Pour all at once over flour. Mix with fork until blended. Pat out to cover bottom of pan and pinch dough up along sides of pan to 1 inch. Peel and core apples and cut in eighths. Arrange apple slices on top of dough. Sprinkle strudel mixture over top. Bake at 425 degrees for 40 to 45 minutes or until brown.

  2. You look so cute. Love the pin. I never was able to get one. You have been sharing eye make-up information the last few posts but did not this time. I was wondering as I am fair also so it always interests me when I see something that I like on you.

  3. Dawn Marie –

    I used bare canvas paint as a base. Then I applied black, silver and white physician’s formula eyeshadows – silver on the whole lid, black on the outer 1/3 and in the crease, white on the inner corners. Then I blend the heck out of the edges, and blend the black and silver together. I apply blacktrack fluidline to the top and bottom lash lines, and blend a little black eyeshadow over the bottom one, to soften it a bit.

    Hope that helps!

  4. Hi Keiko!

    I just saw your new website…it looks awesome! I really really have to redo mine after the holidays… time to make it look more professional. :-/

    Ohh and I’m glad the skirt idea worked out for you! I never would have thought about combining yellow and black but you pull it off!

    How’s Bobby? And Kashi? And NY?

  5. Yana,

    Thanks! I had my old site for way too long. It was so cluttered and random. This one is a lot easier to update, too, so I’m excited about it.

    Bobby is great but he can’t go home for the holidays, so I’m bummed. Kashi is still good/nice/borderline creepy and asks about you a lot. haha. You’ll never escape him!! I’ve cut back on how often I go, because he always gets me to spend too much. I’m trying to be more economical and focus on reconstructions and vintage fabrics, again. It hasn’t made Kashi too happy.