Cardy: Last Chance; Belt: J.Crew Factory; Skirt: Anthro; Shoes: c/o Modcloth
Matt told me a funny story yesterday. (I really like funny stories.) He was getting a haircut, and somehow him and his hairstylist got on the conversation of what children do with their teeth when they fall out. Of course, Matt told them about how Americans have the tooth fairy- they put their teeth under their pillow at night, and while they sleep, the tooth fairy brings them money! His hairstylist thought it was HILARIOUS. Apparently, in Japan, when childrens' teeth fall out, they do one of two things: if it was a top tooth, they throw it straight to the ground, or if it was a bottom tooth, they throw it straight up in the air. This is so that the teeth will grow straight, and healthy and strong. HOW COOL IS THAT?
I know I said two posts ago that I'm not really surprised by much anymore... but I love hearing about these little cultural aspects of Japan that I would never even think about asking about. Also, the concept of a tooth fairy would be kind of weird to someone who's never heard of it... Who even thought of that?
This outfit... I threw it on, and I blend in with the wall behind me. That's all I've got to say for that.