The minute you stop dressing for others that is when you allow the real YOU to finally emerge. And it feels great to be able to open up the closet and witness how all the clothes are finally getting along on telling the same story. A year has passed since all the skort madness, and I am still in love with its minimalistic shape and electric color, even more so now when people stopped wearing it obsessively. I tried balancing its super short silhouette with a classic shirt, a knotted ponytail and a statement necklace for a relaxing Sunday afternoon spent sipping a good cup of coffee and eating a delicious apple cake. Simplicity all the way.
Hope you’re having a great week so far, lots of hugs ♥ ♥ ♥
A ponytail, little make-up, loose/comfy clothes and flat shoes, this has basically been my uniform for the past week. And it felt great. As we found ourselves permanently on the go, comfort was key. And after many hours of walking around town, with short breaks for coffee and meals, upon arriving home all I wanted to do is crash in bed and sleep. I watched “Suburgatory”, “Mad Men” and “The Mindy Project” (watching TV series relaxes me like nothing else) every night before bed, I indulged in some shopping, we caught up with friends, so in the end we somehow balanced the tiresome hours with relaxing activities in between.
Sorry that my presence on the blog is short of regular these days, but I try to live it all up and soak up on every moment that doesn’t tie me to my computer chair. Now we’re about to have a late, late dinner, watch some “White Collar” and get ready for another beautiful day tomorrow.
The first thing that came to mind when I started putting together today’s blog entry was that the 13th of May marks a full year since my very first outfit post
attempt that you may, or may not remember, but that you can still witness here. A lot has changed since then, a lot except for my ongoing love affair with cobalt skirts apparently, even if the one I’m wearing today can only be described as half a skirt. Looking back, there’s a lot I wish I had done differently, but there’s more I am grateful I got to fully experience. This journey has changed me in a lot of ways and it makes me even more curious as in where will I be standing in another year. But thinking about the future isn’t something I like to do very often! Nothing better than the present!
P.S. For those of you not following me on FB, I just did a fun interview with Maya from Archistas. Follow this link to learn a little bit more about me and discover Maya’s wonderful blog!
Wishing you all a happy week ♥