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Life is too short to wear boring clothes

Life's too short to wear boring clothes

Yes, life is too short to wear boring clothes, but that does not mean that your clothes must be outré. Everyday casual clothing can avoid boring with great details and design. When the pant length is perfect, the collar points are sharp, and the drape is flattering, casual clothing is elevated, not boring.
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I Am Ridiculous

My wants and needs are simple. A unicorn and some friends to walk along with me while I shop at events. Sure, I’ll bitch about the lag, but I’ll also be a huge part of the problem and pretend like it isn’t my fault.

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Going Green in Blue

And then the light came in

Collabor88 celebrates spring by going green. A Tough of Green is the theme this month, but you know those sneaky designers, they always go above and beyond and add all sorts of glorious colors for us. This top from The Secret Store comes in umpteen colors, almost as many as the pants from Addams.

And then the light came in

And if you don’t know how many umpteen is, there’s no hope for you.
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So Collabor88. Much Flowers. Such Pretty.

This round of Collabor88 is a happy place for us girly girls who love flowery prints and delicate spring looks. Elegant and pretty describes everything I’ve seen this round. I’m off shortly so I’ve packed up my lovely new lace bag from Baiastice and I’m going to head out!

You girls have a beautiful day and I’ll see you tomorrow!

Gidge is Wearing:
Ring: (Yummy) True Fate Ring – Gold – Opal
Necklace:(Yummy) Victorian Garden Key – Gold COLLABOR88
Eyes: The Stringer Mausoleum Hollywood Eyes [Mesh] – Nettle
Body: -Belleza- Isis
Skin: Belleza – JULIA for SkinFair
Head: .LeLutka.Mesh Head-ARIA v1.3
Bag: Baiastice_Lace Hand Bag-Rose COLLABOR88
Outfit: Baiastice_Myria outfit combo-Fandango-size S COLLABOR88
Hair: Exile::Peaceful Easy Feeling COLLABOR88
Shoes: Ingenue :: Lilou Heels (Belleza) :: Mauve COLLABOR88
Pose: Pretense

I’ll Be Bulletproof

Been there, done that, messed around
I’m having fun, don’t put me down
I’ll never let you sweep me off my feet
I won’t let you in again
The messages I’ve tried to send
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Accessorize With DeezCatz

It’s always nice when Collabor88 opens, and nicer when it’s a Prom and they can invite guests. This round I’m ECSTATIC because Pink Fuel is there and not only that….she released LELTUKA appliers. She’s made them for Simone, however I’m wearing them on Aria. I’m a rebel. Continue reading

Quantum Fashion

Consciousness is like this giant roving spotlight, collapsing reality wherever it shines—and what isn’t observed remains probability. And it’s not just photons or electrons. It is everything. All matter…A testable, repeatable fault in reality.”

The detectors don’t induce the phenomenon of wave function collapse; conscious observation does. Consciousness is like this giant roving spotlight, collapsing reality wherever it shines—and what isn’t observed remains probability. And it’s not just photons or electrons. It is everything. All matter…A testable, repeatable fault in reality.”

Ted Kosmatka – The Flicker Men

I am reading The Flicker Men, a book that could easily swallow you whole with its mind-bending sci-fi exploration of the implications of quantum physics. It starts with real science, with Feynman’s Double Slit Experiment that proves the duality of light. Light is both wave and particle.  Actually, just one year ago, researchers were able to photograph the first picture of light as particle and wave at the same time. It’s a cool picture.

But then there is also the Observer Effect. The act of observing changes reality on the quantum level, including changing light from waves to particles in the Double Slit Experiment. The Flicker Men considers what that means in terms of understanding consciousness. It leads to our poor researchers being kidnapped, beaten, even killed because the implications of their research threaten our understanding of how the world works. I hope folks think about reading it – not just because the author makes the science pretty easy, but because it should provoke fascinating conversations.
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