This Prada stola reminds me of a combination of a racoon, the snake from Jungle Book and the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. And although I like all three (okay, I have to admit I was never really into Jungle Book, and actually I found Alice in Wonderland quite weird, and apparently racoons stink) I don't think a combination of the three really works as a fashion accessory.
Queensday 2011 was the day of waiting. First we stood in line for one and a half hour to have our faces painted (I was with five friends and we let small children pass us in line), then we had our picture taken and had to wait three quarters of an hour before the photographer eventually gave up on trying to printe the pictures and decided he would send them to us by e-mail. But I had fun anyway, the weather was lovely, I was with friends and I didn't have to listen to the horrible music at the museumplein. What more is there to ask for?
These are some pictures I made of myself when I came home. I'm supposed to look like a Chinese girl.
Isn't it interesting how white make-up gives your face so much more expression?