Thanks to a collab with https://www.serpenturbanclothing.com/ I’ve created my Love Affair Selfie shoot. There’s something magical and inspiring about wearing cute clothing with the faces of your childhood heroes. From Dragon Ball Z to The Joker, the clothing found at Serpent Urban Clothing is fun, fashionable, soft to touch and easy to take care of.
It wasn’t perfect though. And as much as I had fun wearing it, there were a few issues. To watch a full review, check out: https://www.youtube.com/c/brittanysimonbeauty
This month’s photoshoot was inspired by dark fairytales of sprites and fairies that live amongst the trees and swamps. I’ve been reading through old school tales and I love the idea of becoming a dark fairy.
Hello Ladies and Dudes,
Because of the overwhelming support of the Patreon family, they have unlocked our goal of creating a monthly photo shoot. I have for your ten photos (and a few bonus ones) created with one specific theme in mind: Be Every Version Of You.
The idea being this: Not all of us are just “one kind of look.” Some of us rock punk, glam and goth. Some of us rock classic and hipster. Other rock naked. Everyone has their own idea of what image they want to project, it’s specific too who they are as individuals.
So, I decided to show off the many looks I often rock, from very naked to hipster glam. To dark and sultry to fun and playful. Clothes, makeup, wigs, all of these are tools we use to help project an image to the world.
I hope you enjoy the many version of me 🙂
I’d love to see your own version of this photo shoot. If any of you are so inclined, please feel free to tag me in posts or send me links to check out your many awesome looks.
<3 Brittany Simon
I know my depression has been triggered by the events this past weekend, so take what I saw with a grain of salt. The LGBTQA family members and the death of Christina Grimmie has left me feeling very hopeless.
What’s worse, is being around people who aren’t LGBTQA becuase they don’t mourn the same, at least from what I’ve seen. They don’t understand the hurt, the direct threat that becomes a reality for so many of us.
I’ve become spoiled living in Seattle. I forget what it’s like to walk down the street with your girlfriend and NOT show affection, out of fear. I’m grateful that I get to live in a city that isn’t threatened by my queerness.
I can only hope that others can move to a place where they will be loved and accepted. I’m sorry for loss that many of us have felt and directly experienced.
My brain is telling me to kill myself, but I won’t. Not today. Today, I’ll cry and mourn and continue living my very gay life. I’m grateful to so many, but especially to those LGBTQA advocates who risk their lives everyday to spread awareness and who fight for the rights of people like me. Thank you.
<3 Brittany Simon