All Shades of Grey
"Ain't Laurent Without Yves" Sweater // Sirens
Pants & Beanie // H&M
Shoes // Forever 21 (similar)
Necklace // Aldo (similar)
Bracelets // Ardene, Sirens
Bag // Material Girl
Socks // Topshop (similar)
Over the last few weeks, I've obsessively been playing a whole bunch of newly-downloaded music on my iTunes playlist after we took a long road trip to Seattle. Seeing as these songs are what I listen to from dawn until dusk, I thought that I would share some of my favourites:
Nirvana: The best angry/emo/grunge music to rock out with while driving in the car or pushing yourself to work out harder at the gym. I've just recently become obsessed with this famous Seattle 90s group and only wish that this band was still around so that I could watch them perform live...
Smashing Pumpkins: I know I'm more than a little late to jump onto the 90s rock wagon, but I'm here now! After hearing this song in multiple places, I fell for its nostalgic charm and now play it on the daily.
Goo Goo Dolls: I'm a sucker for sentimental rock ballads.
Arctic Monkeys: During my road trip to Seattle, we listened to many of this band's older songs. At my brother's prompting, I downloaded a few of their latest hits and discovered that they were awesome.
Daft Punk: My eldest brother also was the one who convinced me to listen the entire Random Access Memories album, instead of just the very famous "Get Lucky."
Hedley: This catchy song is the perfect way to pump yourself up when transiting to work or school on a typically gloomy day in Vancouver.
I hope that you enjoy some of these song selections as well; music is such an awesome way to inspire yourself to be more productive, to let that angst out, or to maintain that happy-go-lucky feeling. Feel free to let me know if you have any music recommendations as well!
P.S. I'm loving the fact that acid wash jeans have come right back into style and that I can rock them once again loudly and proudly. Also, in relation to my post title, did you know that the film Fifty Shades of Grey is being filmed right here in Vancouver?