Fashion & Lifestyle

My own Dragon

Dear blog,
These past few days have been crazy and I am finally able to catch up with you again. I have been working a lot on my design projects and I haven’t been able to do as many photoshoots as I have been planning. All of this because usually, January and February are the coldest, darkest and the most rainy months of the year in my country. This time I considered myself lucky, that the rain stopped for one day and I immediately ran in nature to take some pictures. I don’t know what you are passionate about but I am telling you that the real Passion is indeed a real deal and it just drives you no matter the circumstances!

While choosing my outfit I thought to create something that would also match with the vibes around. Since it’s cold and rainy, let it be dark! I have learned to adapt with the environment around so here I am, back to Black.

I have always been obsessed with the symbol of the Dragon, making it one of my most favorite mythical creatures. When I was in Vietnam, this obsession grew even stronger because I have been lucky to see dragons really often in facades of holy places but also in modern art and manga of course.

One day while surfing the net and shopping online I found this gothic website where I saw this lovely top with long and wide sleeves with a design of an asian dragon. I couldn’t help myself but order it! There are plenty of other gothic items on this site: / And the great news is that you can order with 40% OFF by using the discount code CIRCLEOFKURISU at checkout. There’s also a free world wide shipping so I recommend you to check the site out if you are all into gothic style!

“If you can’t take the hit, don’t tickle the dragon!”

Remember what you must do,
when they undervalue you,
when they think your softness is your weakness,
when they treat your kindness
like it is their advantage.

You awaken
every dragon,
every wolf,
every monster that sleeps inside you
and you remind them what hell looks like
when it wears the skin
of a gentle human.

All your eyes on these amazing handmade earrings! They are named “Hecate” after the goddess of Greek mythology who was capable of both good and evil. She was especially associated with witchcraft, magic, the Moon, doorways, and creatures of the night such as hell-hounds and ghosts. They are designed in the shape of a Waxing Crescent Moon which also happens to be my favorite phase!

You can order them on this Etsy link: and prepare yourselves to be amazed by the wonderful work out there. This brand is created by two talented creatives who design homemade showy accessories for forest witches. Also check their Instagram for magical content:

“It simply isn’t an adventure worth telling if there aren’t any dragons!”
– J.R.R Tolkien


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