vouchalize:

This was a feature of the week for me because it was a slow kinda week. The blue sheer, yet electric top, and the emerald green slit skirt together were very bright, but complimented each other nicely. The chunky bead necklace was a perfect touch that kept the whole outfit together. I toned down the brightness a little bit by adding a neutral beige blazer that had greyish stripes on the arms to add pattern so the whole outfit wouldnt be so solid colored. The floral pattern on the shoes also made the outfit a bit more patterny and complicated.

vouchalize:

This was a feature of the week for me because it was a slow kinda week. The blue sheer, yet electric top, and the emerald green slit skirt together were very bright, but complimented each other nicely. The chunky bead necklace was a perfect touch that kept the whole outfit together. I toned down the brightness a little bit by adding a neutral beige blazer that had greyish stripes on the arms to add pattern so the whole outfit wouldnt be so solid colored. The floral pattern on the shoes also made the outfit a bit more patterny and complicated.

vouchalize:

I went bold with this red gold studded leather jacket and played around with some blue floral/spirally patterns and cheetah print shoes. To balance all of the pattern and prints, I paired this outfit with a simple everyday black t-shirt tucked in and big gold Medus earrings(sorry it’s not visible) to match with the gold studs on the jacket.

vouchalize:

I went bold with this red gold studded leather jacket and played around with some blue floral/spirally patterns and cheetah print shoes. To balance all of the pattern and prints, I paired this outfit with a simple everyday black t-shirt tucked in and big gold Medus earrings(sorry it’s not visible) to match with the gold studs on the jacket.

sciencenetlinks:

A Klein bottle is a shape with no specific inside or outside. Klein bottles were first described in 1882 by a German mathematician named Felix Klein. Though Klein bottles can be drawn in three-dimension, like in the images above, they really only exist in the fourth dimension.

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We sometimes think of being good at mathematics as an innate ability. You either have ‘it’ or you don’t. But it’s not so much ability as attitude. You master mathematics if you are willing to try.
— Malcolm Gladwell, author of Outliers: The Story of Success (via manystylefroma-z)