|not from today.|
|the best lifestyle type blogger photo I had|
|Clementine would be proud|
|my most autumn pixie dream girl photo|
But the thing about Pixie Dream Girls is there aren't any. She's not real, which should be clear by the words Pixie and Dream since the first isn't real and the second isn't tangible. They're a fantasy, a supposed ideal girl, someone to fetishize and fantasize about. The original Manic Pixie Dream Girl fed into the male fantasy of needing to save the damsel in distress. She was crazy and kooky and her life was a mess until the "perfect guy" came a long and fixed everything (well except in Lux Lisbon's case, but they tried!). Then he was the hero and as a reward for his heroics he got the girl.
|much like I'm fantasizing about these jelly beans right now.|
|artfully styled bun and curated side table|
But more likely you're hating them because of something else. You aren't as thin, young, feel as pretty, or as rich as these girls appear to be. Their lives look perfect and your dog just peed on your bed.
|Howl would never he is a gentleman.|
|taking photos of your starbucks in public is perfectly fine though|
|my hair was really good in this photo|
|staged photo of cute shoes and an expensive soda bought solely for this picture.|
These gorgeous minimalist aesthetic photos of these girls and their homes and lives are most likely staged. They aren't real. You're real, and your life will probably never be as perfect as that pictures is. Their lives aren't as perfect as that picture is. They have bad hair days, and splotchy tans and accidentally spill their coffee on their all white sofa. But they've learned to cope with it, and they learned how to get the stain out. Or they buy a cushion to cover it up. But hating these girls, is really only showing what you're lacking, and that is confidence in yourself.
If you're wondering about the photos in this post, these are my most pixie dream girl type pictures taken from my instagram.