I love Siren!! It seemed to call to me as soon as I saw it. And I love to sing!
When I was younger, I sang in the school chorus, took voice lessons & was sure I'd be the next great nightclub singer. Instead, I went to college and became a therapist, but I still love to sing. :)
When you choose a type (like Seer), you get to play with all of its subtypes, and Siren inspired quite a few wrap tops with ruching! The theme of the Siren wardrobe is the waves of the sea.
So this subtype is a fun one to play with, but there is one that I love even more. It is very hygge in its style...
Banshee feels even more like home to me! Even in a spiritual sense, its connection to Irish faeries and the Tuatha de Danaan speaks to me.
"The Irish Banshee is a solitary fairy who is thought to be much larger than the Hawthorne tree loving fairies of the Irish backyard. The Banshee is a lonely Sidhe and in Irish lore believes that she has one particular human family that each is attached to. Her wails foretell of death in that family, but it is not your family Sidhe that is coming for you; she is simply mourning the passing of your family member with you." ~ Irish Faeries
And what the Banshee wears is so cozy!!
I just participated recently in a ten-day Fantastical Beauty challenge. Here is her blog post describing this autumn challenge (her plan is one each season, she's said).
I chose the Banshee subtype as my type for the ten days, so if you want to see more possibilities for this Seer subtype, just click on the category "#klm10" or "banshee subtype" on the right side of this blog.
And check out my collage below. Also, if you haven't listened to the video yet, you can here her description there.
What do you think? Was there a subtype you like more than the others? Or another one she mentioned in the video that calls to you?
See you next time!
Hi, I'm Jeanine
Author, hygge lifestyle blogger & connoisseur of delight writing about how to create a hygge lifestyle, with hearthcraft, comfy capsule wardrobe tips and cozy home decorating ideas. More here.