Pumpkin Spice [OOTD]

by - January 03, 2018

Mi: Stop making animal shapes with your hands.
Me: No, I must dance!

 First and foremost, I would like to wish everybody an amazing and enchanting year.

 I'm starting off 2018 on this blog with an OOTD post, shot by my love Mi (who has a similar look on her own  beautiful blog), because of no specific reason, other than that I feel like it. I've even done a fancy, gradual transformation from dressed with a cloak for the outdoors, to a cardigan for the chilly university classrooms, to only the bodysuit when one is at home, cuddled in front of the TV with a steaming cuppa and a cat in one's lap. Because less clothing is always good.

 On a more serious note, I would like to draw everybody's attention to my necklace, handcrafted by my fae friend Elizabeth le Fay. It is made of horn, leather and amethyst, imbued with pure magic an has the Ogham rune Saille embedded into it to symbolise the willow tree, which I feel personally drawn to. Known also as "withy tree" and "sally tree", willows are connected to water and the moon, according to Celtic tradition. The alder was called the king of the waters, and the willow was his queen. The willow's connection to water is symbolic for he rlink with the otherworld, be it of the Fae, the underworld of the elders, or the realm of the gods. The willow is also sacred to the Welsh goddess-ruler of the moon Ceridwen.

 I invite everybody to have a look through Elizabeth's shop to admire her beautiful creations and possibly discover their own guiding necklaces there at a 30% discount with the code "HAPPYNEWYEAR".

 Is there a rune from the Ogham alphabet that you feel a connection with? Or perhaps you prefer symbols of a different origin?

Bodysuit: Forever 21
Cardigan: Forever 21
Cloak: Light in the Box
Trousers & belt: Thrifted
Boots: Ara Shoes

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